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

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Emmelia Gordon and Pippa Mackie perform in The Progressive Polygamists for the final time at this year's Revolver Fest

Vancouver’s rEvolver Theatre Festival (photo above) isn’t just devoted to showcasing new works from emerging theatre artists, it also has a strong training element that sets it apart. Read more.

The cast of J. Caesar. Photo: Bold Rezolution Studio

The cast of J. Caesar. Photo: Bold Rezolution Studio

More so than the classic interpretations you’ll find on the beach this summer, The Escape Artists’ production of J. Caesar creates a world that is more chaotically real than high art. Like all good science fiction, the post-apocalyptic feminist bent allows the text to sit outside classical history to be commented upon with fresh eyes – an old story told anew. Read more.

Dan Christensen , puppeteer Reggie Henke, and Shelley Stein-Wotten on the set of All My Pants. Photo: Vancouver Film School.

Dan Christensen , puppeteer Reggie Henke, and Shelley Stein-Wotten on the set of All My Pants. Photo: Vancouver Film School.

When Vancouver Film School students Shelley Stein-Wotten and Dan Christensen created their web series All My Pants as part of the school’s writing for film and television program, they probably never imagined it would mean more than some Youtube views and school credit. Little did they know it was destined for bigger things, including multiple awards at this year’s LA Webfest. Read more.

James & Jamesy in High Tea. Photo by Kathy Knowles

James & Jamesy in High Tea. Photo by Kathy Knowles

James & Jamesy are back. And for those familiar with the duo’s unique blend of theatre and physical comedy, their latest show does indeed have something to do with tea. Read more.

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