This week on Vancouver stages: fairytales, Fringe and puppets

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Members of the cast of A Modern Fairytale. Photo by Hayley Bouchard / Little Cat Photography.

Orthros Theatre Company has admirable aims with their original parody musical, A Modern Fairytale, but they are let down by a script that values politics over plot. Read more.

Ten (+ten) shows we won't miss at this year's Vancouver Fringe Festival. Photo: Vancouver Fringe Festival / Daisy Yang

Ten (+ten) shows we won’t miss at this year’s Vancouver Fringe Festival. Photo: Vancouver Fringe Festival / Daisy Yang

With so many shows to choose from deciding what to see at the 2015 Vancouver Fringe Festival can be overwhelming. Here are ten (+ten) shows, in no particular order, that we’re not going to miss this year and think you should check out as well. Read more.

Baker's Dozen: 12 Angry Puppets

Baker’s Dozen: 12 Angry Puppets

Baker’s Dozen: 12 Angry Puppets is a one-man puppet comedy where Adam Francis Proulx uses a blank puppet and a briefcase full of facial features to create twelve very different characters that make up a jury deliberating a murder trial. Think 12 Angry Men meets Avenue Q. Read more.

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