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

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This week our friends at Vancouver Presents explore PTSD and mental illness, introduce us to three Vancouver theatre professionals, tell us what Pacific Theatre has in store next season, and take our provincial liquor laws to task.

There is so much going on in George F Walker’s Dead Metaphor that none of its various plot lines ever gets the attention they deserve. As a result, the whole is less than satisfying. Read more.

There is so much going on in George F Walker’s Dead Metaphor that none of its various plot lines ever gets the attention they deserve. As a result, the whole is less than satisfying. Read more.

The premise behind Joan MacLeod’s The Valley, set to open at the Arts Club’s Granville Island Stage today in previews, may very well have been ripped from the headlines. Read more.

The premise behind Joan MacLeod’s The Valley, set to open at the Arts Club’s Granville Island Stage today in previews, may very well have been ripped from the headlines. Read more.

While the Arts Club Theatre Company continues to wow audiences with its production of Onegin at the newly minted BMO Theatre Centre, British Columbia’s archaic liquor laws were once again on display, severely limiting anyone under the age of 19 from seeing this ground-breaking work. Read more.

While the Arts Club Theatre Company continues to wow audiences with its production of Onegin at the newly minted BMO Theatre Centre, British Columbia’s archaic liquor laws were once again on display, severely limiting anyone under the age of 19 from seeing this ground-breaking work. Read more.

Meet Vancouver-based performers Aaron Malkin and Alastair Knowles (aka James & Jamesy). Read more.

Meet Vancouver-based performers Aaron Malkin and Alastair Knowles (aka James & Jamesy). Read more.

Pacific Theatre, Vancouver’s faith-based professional theatre company, announced its 2016/2017 season that includes three new plays written by local playwrights, and collaborations with other Vancouver area theatre companies. Read more.

Pacific Theatre, Vancouver’s faith-based professional theatre company, announced its 2016/2017 season that includes three new plays written by local playwrights, and collaborations with other Vancouver area theatre companies. Read more.

Meet Vancouver theatre professional Donna Spencer. Read more.

Meet Vancouver theatre professional Donna Spencer. Read more.

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