Filled with laughs, female bonding, interpersonal drama, and – yes – plenty of talk about women’s sexuality, “Talking Sex on Sundays” is a solidly entertaining evening of musical theatre that celebrates women’s friendship and sexual empowerment.
Hey there musical theatre lovers! It’s been a while since my last email update, but with the impending arrival of another Fringe season, I just had to get in touch. After all, it’s not every day that 17 new musicals get added to the VMTC (the Vancouver Musical Theatre Calendar)! Here’s what’s coming to a Fringe […]
Audiences will bathe in the warmth of a Greek island and witness a fight for what’s right this summer, when Theatre Under the Stars (TUTS) presents Mamma Mia! and Disney’s Newsies this July and August!
Opera singer and neuroimmune disease sufferer Jacqueline Ko fights for disability visibility with The Impossible Dream, a benefit show for the ME|FM Society of BC.
The acclaimed “slam poetry musical” explores polyamory and queerness, as a polyamorous bisexual poet and a monogamous lesbian songwriter struggle to reconcile their fierce mutual attraction with their opposing perspectives on love.
In “Better Than This”, you get to enjoy a cross-section of some of the most beloved tunes to come out of Broadway… while also perhaps having some cozy assumptions about your favourite shows challenged.
Broadway Across Canada shows and dates for the 2019-20 season are now listed on the VMTC!
Everybody’s favourite redheaded moppet, Little Orphan Annie, returns for a solidly entertaining and handsomely realized production that brims with all the charm, humour and pathos one could hope for.
Leapin’ lizards! A hard-knock life can’t bring down this ragamuffin in her quest for love and family.
In this guest review from Vancouver’s top funnyman and MC, David C. Jones, we get an audience-eye view of what it’s like to attend Bacio Rosso – the hybrid cabaret / vaudeville / dinner experience now playing at Queen Elizabeth Park.