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

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This week Lethbridge’s Theatre Outré brings a clever and ribald view of Elizabethan England, the holiday season is in full swing, and Murder Ballad marks the start of a new era for Fighting Chance Productions.

The 1950 American movie classic All About Eve gets a clever Elizabethan makeover in UNSEX’d, a ribald comedy that between the laughs, explores the dark side of ageism.

The 1950 American movie classic All About Eve gets a clever Elizabethan makeover in UNSEX’d, a ribald comedy that between the laughs, explores the dark side of ageism. Read more.

The beginning of December marks the official start of the Christmas season for many people. To help you get into the festive mood, here are ten shows that we think you should not miss this year.

The beginning of December marks the official start of the Christmas season for many people. To help you get into the festive mood, here are ten shows that we think you should not miss this year. Read more.

Just off Giving Tuesday and Worlds AIDS Day, Theatre Cares Vancouver announced it has collected $27,000.00 in donations during this year’s campaign. Read more.

Just off Giving Tuesday and Worlds AIDS Day, Theatre Cares Vancouver announced it has collected $27,000.00 in donations during this year’s campaign. Read more.

Meet Vancouver actor Adelleh Furseth.

Meet Vancouver actor Adelleh Furseth. Adelleh’s 20 questions begins the first in our special series featuring the fall graduating class from Studio 58, the professional theatre training program at Langara College. Read more.

FLEE is at least galvanizing. You’ll either hail it as a brilliant Kafka-inspired mindfuck, or you’ll walk away scratching your head (and other parts of your body), trying to figure out exactly what just took place.

FLEE is at least galvanizing. You’ll either hail it as a brilliant Kafka-inspired mindfuck, or you’ll walk away scratching your head (and other parts of your body), trying to figure out exactly what just took place. Read more.

Is it possible that Vancouver’s Fighting Chance Productions is finally showing its age? Opening its ninth season, the company that features pre-professional and amateur theatre artists in a number of shows each year, is presenting a very grown-up version of Julia Jordan and Juliana Nash’s sung-through rock opera Murder Ballad. Read more.

Is it possible that Vancouver’s Fighting Chance Productions is finally showing its age? Opening its ninth season, the company that features pre-professional and amateur theatre artists in a number of shows each year, is presenting a very grown-up version of Julia Jordan and Juliana Nash’s sung-through rock opera Murder Ballad. Read more.

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