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

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This week our friends at Vancouver Presents introduce us to the brand new musical Facing East, explore a mash-up of dance genres in Encuentros and introduce us to Roundhouse Youth Theatre Action Group’s Valerie Methot.

Nate Gardner is the first to admit he is not a fan of straight plays (for the uninitiated a “straight play” has nothing to do with sexual orientation, but is the theatre term for a non-musical). But it was a chance encounter with Carol Lynn Pearson’s stage drama Facing East that would eventually thrust Gardner into the role of producer of a musical. Read more.

Nate Gardner is the first to admit he is not a fan of straight plays (for the uninitiated a “straight play” has nothing to do with sexual orientation, but is the theatre term for a non-musical). But it was a chance encounter with Carol Lynn Pearson’s stage drama Facing East that would eventually thrust Gardner into the role of producer of a musical. Read more.

Dance worlds collide in Encuentros, a percussive dance production that combines flamenco, Irish, tap, and Egyptian belly dance. See more.

Dance worlds collide in Encuentros, a percussive dance production that combines flamenco, Irish, tap, and Egyptian belly dance. See more.

Meet Vancouver theatre artist, director, writer, visual artist and designer, Valerie Methot. Read more.

Meet Vancouver theatre artist, director, writer, visual artist and designer, Valerie Methot. Read more.

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