This week on Vancouver stages: our weekly round-up from Vancouver Presents

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This week Elvis is in the house, we explore the link between terrorism and money, go down a rabbit hole with George F Walker, and take in an evening of ten minute plays.

Return to Grace, a new Canadian production that follows Elvis’s rise to glory, has some incredible talent, and many in the audience were driven into a gushing frenzy. Read more.

Return to Grace, a new Canadian production that follows Elvis’s rise to glory, has some incredible talent, and many in the audience were driven into a gushing frenzy. Read more.

One of North America’s hottest playwrights, Ayad Akhtar, sees another of his plays on a Vancouver stage as Pi Theatre presents the Canadian premiere of The Invisible Hand this Apirl. Read more.

One of North America’s hottest playwrights, Ayad Akhtar, sees another of his plays on a Vancouver stage as Pi Theatre presents the Canadian premiere of The Invisible Hand this Apirl. Read more.

In the final production of its 50th anniversary season, Studio 58 presents another chapter in the life of Bobby and Tina, in George F. Walker’s The Crowd. Read more.

In the final production of its 50th anniversary season, Studio 58 presents another chapter in the life of Bobby and Tina, in George F. Walker’s The Crowd. Read more.

Now in its fifth year, the Pull 10 Minute Play Festival returns with seven ten-minute plays, over three nights in March. In this Q&A we find out more about this year’s Pull Festival from co-artistic directors Kayvon Kelly and Pippa Mackie. Read more.

Now in its fifth year, the Pull 10 Minute Play Festival returns with seven ten-minute plays, over three nights in March. In this Q&A we find out more about this year’s Pull Festival from co-artistic directors Kayvon Kelly and Pippa Mackie. Read more.

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