On Vancouver stages: our weekly round-up from Vancouver Presents

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This week Speakeasy Theatre talks about its ticket experiment, the Good Noise Vancouver Gospel Choir makes some good noise with music greats, we go an adventure with Peter Pan, and listen to the story of Ebenezer Scrooge.

Vancouver independent theatre company Speakeasy Theatre undertook an experiment in pricing for its inaugural show last month. From all indications its “pay what you decide” model, where patrons paid what they thought was fair after seeing the show, was a success. Read more.

Vancouver independent theatre company Speakeasy Theatre undertook an experiment in pricing for its inaugural show last month. From all indications its “pay what you decide” model, where patrons paid what they thought was fair after seeing the show, was a success. Read more.

The Good Noise Vancouver Gospel Choir returns with its annual holiday concert, a tradition that has grown threefold since the choir began twelve years ago. Read more.

The Good Noise Vancouver Gospel Choir returns with its annual holiday concert, a tradition that has grown threefold since the choir began twelve years ago. Read more.

Several times during Peter and the Starcatcher, the would-be Peter Pan declares just how much he doesn’t trust adults. No need to worry here though, for in the hands of the grown-up cast of the Arts Club production currently on stage at the brand new BMO Theatre Centre, they are so child-like in their play that it is hard not to be swept away. Read more.

Several times during Peter and the Starcatcher, the would-be Peter Pan declares just how much he doesn’t trust adults. No need to worry here though, for in the hands of the grown-up cast of the Arts Club production currently on stage at the brand new BMO Theatre Centre, they are so child-like in their play that it is hard not to be swept away. Read more.

With countless adaptations of Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol since it was first written in 1843, the question this holiday season is, do we need another? The answer, at least for the staged radio play currently playing at Pacific Theatre, remains a qualified yes. Read more.

With countless adaptations of Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol since it was first written in 1843, the question this holiday season is, do we need another? The answer, at least for the staged radio play currently playing at Pacific Theatre, remains a qualified yes. Read more.

The East Van panto is back for a third year as Theatre Replacement presents their local take on the story of Hansel and Gretel. Here are five reasons we think you should go. Read more.

The East Van panto is back for a third year as Theatre Replacement presents their local take on the story of Hansel and Gretel. Here are five reasons we think you should go. Read more.

 

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