Archive of posts tagged "theatre"

Playland at Pacific Theatre, Win Tickets and Dinner


Wednesday, October 27th, 2010 — 11:58am PDT
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Pacific Theatre presents Playland on their mainstage at 12th and Hemlock from November 5th until the 27th. Directed by recent Jessie Award winner Anthony F. Ingram, Playland stars Michael Kopsa and Tom Pickett. It is “a powerful and explosive exploration of guilt, condemnation, and the possibility for redemption during apartheid in South Africa, Playland is […]

Vancouver History: The Orpheum


Monday, October 11th, 2010 — 2:00pm PDT
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For over 80 years the Orpheum theatre on Granville Street has been far more than an iconic neon sign. Hosting concerts, comedy showcases, the VSO, and even my high school commencement ceremony, this gorgeous venue is an magnificent slice of Vancouver history. The Orpheum 1929 – VPL Accession Number: 11035. Photographer: Leonard Frank. “All around […]

Vancouver Fringe Festival 2010: Dead Man’s Cell Phone & Raccoonery


Wednesday, September 8th, 2010 — 11:00am PDT
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Today’s Vancouver International Fringe Festival ticket giveaway is in support of two seperate productions. Racoonery Written & Performed by Morgan Brayton “I hope you will come and see my new show. It is a collection of comedic character monologues interspersed with songs. I wear costumes. I think you’ll like it. I can tell you are […]

Vancouver Fringe Festival 2010: Johnny Tomorrow and the Way of the Planetarium


Tuesday, September 7th, 2010 — 9:00am PDT
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Today’s ticket giveaway for the Vancouver International Fringe Festival is for Johnny Tomorrow and the Way of the Planetarium by Michael Unger. “Johnny Tomorrow takes you on a journey to the stars inside the star theatre, and back in time over the 40 year history of the H.R. Macmillan Planetarium. He’s searching for answers to […]

Vancouver Fringe Festival 2010: The Exquisite Hour & Dr Horrible’s Sing-Along


Thursday, September 2nd, 2010 — 5:02pm PDT
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Continuing my Vancouver International Fringe Festival series I have tickets available for two more productions coming up this month. The Exquisite Hour by Stewart Lemoine Directed by Julie McIsaac, featuring Josue Laboucane and Nevada Yates Robart Carousel Theatre Studio 1411 Cartwright Street (on Granville Island), Vancouver “Are you satisfied with what you know?” A seemingly […]

Vancouver Fringe Festival 2010: The Boy Who Had A Mother


Wednesday, September 1st, 2010 — 10:35am PDT
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The Vancouver International Fringe Festival launches next week with over 600 performances from 83 shows at over two dozen venues around the city. From September 9th until the 19th Fringe will host shows from pop-up “Bring Your Own Venues” outdoors around Vancouver to seven main stages. The Boy Who Had A Mother will be performed […]