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Junior Reviewer, Zoltan Orban – The Broadway Musical Peter Pan

#PeterPan with Cathy Rigby playing for free at the Fair at the PNE! 🎭First play I've ever been to and it was awesome! 👏👏👏 #vancitybuzz #downtown #city #playland #downtownvancouver #landscape #pne #vancouvercanada #vancouver #broadway #canada #d3200 #nikon #amusementpark #westcoast #britishcolumbia #westcoastbestcoast #pne2015 #vancouverisawesome #explorebc #thefair #picoftheday #september #awesome #theatre #art #show #cathyrigby #thearts A post shared by Zoltan Albert Orban ... Read More »

Rivulets: 3 Short Plays about a Flood

Rivulets: 3 Short Plays about a Flood Written by James King. Directed by Marie Farsi. July 16–19 87 East Pender Street By Zoë Forsyth Babelle Theatre…is without a doubt one of this year’s hot topic theatre companies to keep your eye on. You arrive at an address in Chinatown, wondering where exactly the theatre is. All you have is an address. Of ... Read More »

Miss Shakespeare – The Escape Artists

Miss Shakespeare by Tracey Power May 5 – May 17 & May 21 – 29 Performance Works & Kay Meek Centre By Zoë Forsyth “I want to create something no one would ever believe was created by a woman.” – Judith Shakespeare What a riot! Travel back to the 1600’s where you’ll meet Shakespeare’s daughter Judith – an aspiring playwright and ... Read More »

Freud’s Last Session – Pacific Theatre

Freud’s Last Session by Mark St. Germain April 24 – May 30, 2015 Pacific Theatre By Zoë Forsyth This play is a psychoanalytical feast for the marbles! Have a seat on the couch as you experience a deconstructive journey through death and belief in this engaging tête-à-tête between Sigmund Freud and C.S. Lewis. Playing at Pacific Theatre, in its charming alley configuration, ... Read More »

Blasted – Pi Theatre

Blasted Pi Theatre April 14 – April 25, 2015 Performance Works By Zoë Forsyth Pi Theatre’s Blasted marks the 20th anniversary of the play’s original production – one that just two decades ago was torn a part by the critics. ‘Filthy and disgusting’ it was called, considered to be an immature, sensationalist, attention-grabbing, hollow work of theatre. Blasted is the very first play written by ... Read More »