At the Waterfront Theatre until September 2, 2017
Auditions: how do performers find the strength and resilience to put themselves through it again and again? Too tall, too short, too much attitude, not enough pizazz – the reasons for being rejected are endless.
The Cast of A Chorus Line
Free. Under the north end of the Cambie Bridge until September 24. Tuesdays-Saturdays at 9 P.M.
Sous le pont/Cambie Street/Salmon are dancing/Salmon are dancing/ and your heart will dance, too, as the concrete underside of the bridge is transformed into a huge canvas for the story of B.C. salmon returning to the river of their birth to spawn.
Photo credit: Rachel Pick
South shore of False Creek, just east of the Cambie Bridge, at 9:45 p.m., Tuesday-Sunday until September 3, 2017
Paul Kirby and Nans Kelder have been taking theatre to the people since 1970 when they toured their one-wagon, horse-drawn puppet show around Vancouver Island.
At Theatre Under the Stars (TUTS) held over until August 26, 2017
Like Mary Poppins herself, this TUTS production directed by Shel Piercy is “Practi-cally Per-fect/In ev-ery way.”
Ranae Miller as Mary Poppins in Mary Poppins. Credit: Tim Matheson