This week on Vancouver stages: music, burlesque and a trio

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Turning Point Ensemble celebrates a decade of making music. Photo by David Cooper.

Vancouver’s Turning Point Ensemble celebrates a decade of making music with a 2015/2016 season filled with premieres, including a concert to mark the 30th anniversary of the bombing of Air India Flight 182 off the south-west coast if Ireland. Read more.

Geekenders presents A Nude Hope: A Sci-Fi Burlesque Adventure

Geekenders presents A Nude Hope: A Sci-Fi Burlesque Adventure

You may have heard of fan fiction, that literary “art” that places established fictional characters or settings inside a different story. But have you heard of fan burlesque? Vancouver’s Geekenders gives us exactly that in a sometimes sexy parody based on the original 1977 Star Wars movie. Read more.

Godspell, King Lear & A Nude Hope

Godspell, King Lear & A Nude Hope

Talk about a trio of diverse offerings. This week our picks include a female King of the Jews, a powerful King Lear, and a sexy parody of a sci-fi film classic. Read more.

 

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