This week on Vancouver stages: steampunk, cartoons, love and cottages

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Members of the cast of The Comedy of Errors. Photo by David Blue.

On paper the idea of setting Shakespeare’s The Comedy of Errors inside the design aesthetic of Victorian steampunk may have held some intriguing possibilities. The reality though is much different. Read more.

Amy's Mythical Mornings use Canadian stories to help tell life lessons

Amy’s Mythical Mornings use Canadian stories to help tell life lessons

The new locally produced animated series Amy’s Mythical Mornings is not only out to teach kids about Canadian culture, but the importance of oral history as well. Read more.

Kayla Deorksen, Kayvon Kelly, Alexandra Wever, & Nina Winkler in Lascivious Something

Kayla Deorksen, Kayvon Kelly, Alexandra Wever, & Nina Winkler in Lascivious Something

Vancouver-based writer, director and theatre scholar, Fay Nass concludes her year at the Firehall Arts Centre as Associate Artist with a production of Sheila Callaghan’s Lascivious Something, a provocative play about love and soured American idealism. Read more.

Western Gold Theatre presents Comfort Cottages Western Gold Theatre presents Comfort Cottages

Western Gold Theatre presents Comfort Cottages

Western Gold Theatre presents Comfort Cottages at the PAL Studio Theatre June 19-21. The story of four single, female friends of retirement age who are unsettled financially and emotionally, when one of them inherits a forty-year-old motel from her black sheep aunt, it just might solve their problems. Read more.

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