Archive of posts tagged "theatre"

Giving the Gift of Theatre for 2010

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At the beginning of the theatre season in Vancouver I wrote a big directory listing previewing some of the shows that will be taking place around town. With Christmas around the corner, and theatre tickets being a fabulous gift or stocking stuffer, here’s another roundup of productions this winters. Pacific Theatre’s The Lion, The Witch, […]

Nutcracker Ballet Ticket Giveaway

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The Goh Ballet is presenting the world premiere of The Nutcracker December 17th to 20th, 2009 at the Centre for Performing Arts in Vancouver. Featuring Principal Dancers from The National Ballet of Canada and the choreography of Anna-Marie Holmes, it’s great to see another Christmas classic coming to a Vancouver stage this season. The performance […]

White Christmas Vancouver Ticket Giveaway

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It’s not every year that we have snow on Christmas here in Vancouver but thanks to the Arts Club we’ll have a White Christmas in town over the next few weeks. Cast of the Arts Club’s production of Irving Berlin’s White Christmas: The Musical Photo by David Cooper The Arts Club’s presentation of Irving Berlin’s […]

It's a Wonderful Life, Vancouver

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It’s a Wonderful Life in Vancouver from November 26th until January 2nd as this holiday production is welcomed back to the Granville Island stage. Bob Frazer in the Arts Club’s It’s a Wonderful Life. Photo by David Cooper. The Arts Club Theatre Company is pleased to bring back a Christmas classic that has definitely become […]

The Horrific Home of Beatrice Stainsbury

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The Horrific Home of Beatrice Stainsbury is a truly unique theatrical Halloween experience in the form of a house party tour taking place on October 31st. Although calmly nestled in a quiet, unsuspecting Commercial Dr. neighborhood, no one has dared set foot in the Horrific Home of Beatrice Stainsbury since the early 1900s… until now. […]