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

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The pyramid of secrets at PostSecret creator Frank Warren's home.

You might think that after ten years Frank Warren would have become weary from reading people’s secrets every day.  But as the creator of popular PostSecret website, Warren still looks forward to the daily visits to his mailbox. Read more.

Kayak plays the Firehall Arts Centre in January. Photo by Chena San Martin.

Kayak plays the Firehall Arts Centre in January. Photo by Chena San Martin.

The power of the pen is undeniable. Whether dipped in the ink well of the political cartoonist, or on the pages of a playwright’s manuscript, it has the potential to change lives forever.  With that power comes great responsibility, and as we have seen in recent tragic news, it can also have potentially deadly consequences. Read more.

Nathan Schmidt as the Librarian in Underneath the Lintel. Photo by Emily Cooper.

Nathan Schmidt as the Librarian in Underneath the Lintel. Photo by Emily Cooper.

Glen Berger’s Underneath the Lintel works on a number of levels, but where this play ultimately succeeds or fails is in the performance of its sole character, the Librarian. In the current production on Pacific Theatre’s stage, Nathan Schmidt is indeed its biggest strength. Read more.

20 questions with Reid Jamieson and Carolyn Victoria Mill.

20 questions with Reid Jamieson and Carolyn Victoria Mill.

Meet Vancouver singer/songwriter duo Reid Jamieson and Carolyn Victoria Mill. Read more.

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