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Jack and the Magic Bean Presentation House Theatre is delighted to present their beloved, award winning winning version of the classic fairytale, Created in joyful collaboration with Mexico City’s Marionetas de la Esquina, this family-friendly performance is told with the audience’s help. Great for kids aged 3-8 (Presentation House Theatre, North Vancouver, Apr. 11-28)
The Foreigner presented by Chemainus Theatre Festival (Chemainus, Apr-May 9)
Enter Laughing As part of its 25th season, Vancouver’s Theatre In the Raw is presenting the uproarious play by Joseph Stein. In the mid-1930s in NYC, David Kolowitz is on track to fulfill all of his parent’s hopes and dreams by becoming by becoming a druggist, however, he wants to be an actor. This comedy is based on the autobiography of Carl Reiner (Studio 16, Vancouver, May 8-19)
2019 rEvolver Festival will present 12 days of new interdisciplinary live theatre works by emerging to early mid career Canadian artists with ticketed presentations as well as free companion events presented by Upintheair Theatre (The Cultch, Vancouver, May 22-Jun. 2)
News & AnnouncemenTs
John Moffat and Larry Lillo Award Submissions Call Intended to assist West Coast theatre artists to further their artistic development; a $2,000 cash award for a West Coast resident, with a minimum of 10 years artistic, administrative or technical professional theatre experience. Deadline: May 16
Carousel Theatre for Young People’s 2019/20 Season Reaches for the Stars The 2019/20 CTYP Season explores the theme: Reach for the stars - as characters dream big, explore new worlds, and cherish new friendships and old, as they navigate the challenges that come with growing-up.
PTC Announces 2019 Block P (Producing for Theatre) Participants Mairy Beam, Kagan Goh, Rebecca Walters and Ilana Zackon, join the producer of the Fringe New Play Prize 2019 winning project (Mx) Shanae Sodhi.
Workshops & EVENTS
Opera Speaks: Relaxed Performances - Where to begin? Relaxed performances are designed to make the experience of going to the theatre more accessible. The discussion will begin with an detailed explanation of the purpose behind relaxed performances followed by an exploration of the entire process from the initial idea, to community partnerships, and the practical considerations for performers and audiences (Queen Elizabeth Theatre, Vancouver, May 2)
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