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

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This week we celebrate the best of Vancouver theatre this year, share some laughs at the Sketch Comedy Fest, go on adventure with James, spend some time with the Gregson family, and meet another Studio 58 grad.

After seeing nearly 90 theatre productions this year, I can attest to the thriving theatre scene in Vancouver. Here is my list of the ten best theatre productions in 2015. And just to prove how difficult it is to pick only ten, I also present a bonus five that also deserve another mention, plus ten performances/moments that stuck with me through the year. Read more.

After seeing nearly 90 theatre productions this year, I can attest to the thriving theatre scene in Vancouver. Here is my list of the ten best theatre productions in 2015. And just to prove how difficult it is to pick only ten, I also present a bonus five that also deserve another mention, plus ten performances/moments that stuck with me through the year. Read more.

After successful freshmen and sophmore years, The Vancouver Sketch Comedy Festival (Sketch Fest) is back for a third year. For three nights in January, Granville Island’s Studio 1398 and the Waterfront Theatre will be the locations for some of the best scripted comedy from across North America. Read more.

After successful freshmen and sophmore years, The Vancouver Sketch Comedy Festival (Sketch Fest) is back for a third year. For three nights in January, Granville Island’s Studio 1398 and the Waterfront Theatre will be the locations for some of the best scripted comedy from across North America. Read more.

Back by popular demand, Carousel Theatre for Young People presents the family musical James and the Giant Peach over the holiday season. Here are five reasons we think you should go. Read more.

Back by popular demand, Carousel Theatre for Young People presents the family musical James and the Giant Peach over the holiday season. Here are five reasons we think you should go. Read more.

As dysfunctional family Christmases go, War for the Holidays is pretty tame. Then again, in this first original theatrical production from Forbidden Vancouver, one must remember that it is 1915. Read more.

As dysfunctional family Christmases go, War for the Holidays is pretty tame. Then again, in this first original theatrical production from Forbidden Vancouver, one must remember that it is 1915. Read more.

Meet Vancouver actor Caitlin Goruk. Caitlin continues our special series featuring the fall graduating class from Studio 58, the professional theatre training program at Langara College. Read more.

Meet Vancouver actor Caitlin Goruk. Caitlin continues our special series featuring the fall graduating class from Studio 58, the professional theatre training program at Langara College. Read more.

 

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