This week in (gay) Vancouver: new plays, drag and declarations

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This week we witness the birth of four new plays from excited writers, search for Vancouver’s next drag superstar, and make declarations at Club PuSh.

FourPlay: New Work by Excited Writers (Feb 3-12) returns to Langara's Studio 58 with the 11th mounting of this popular festival of one-act plays, featuring original work by Studio 58 students and recent graduates, under the tutelage of award-winning playwright Aaron Bushkowsky and directed by four of BC’s best directors. From a story of Emily Carr to a musical based on working in retail, FourPlay delves into contemporary themes with a sharp eye and fresh voice.

FourPlay: New Work by Excited Writers (Feb 3-12) returns to Langara’s Studio 58 with the 11th mounting of this popular festival of one-act plays, featuring original work by Studio 58 students and recent graduates, under the tutelage of award-winning playwright Aaron Bushkowsky and directed by four of BC’s best directors. From a story of Emily Carr to a musical based on working in retail, FourPlay delves into contemporary themes with a sharp eye and fresh voice.

The Search for Vancouver's Next Drag Superstar (Feb 4) gets underway with the preliminary round on February 4 and continuing each Thursday until the finale on February 25. With special guest performance and celebrity judge from RuPaul's Drag Race, Trixie Mattel. The winner will receive a trip for two with VIP access to the Official RuPaul’s Drag Race Finale Party.

The Search for Vancouver’s Next Drag Superstar gets underway this week with the preliminary round on February 4 and continuing each Thursday until the finale on February 25. With special guest performance and celebrity judge from RuPaul’s Drag Race, Trixie Mattel. The winner receives a trip for two with VIP access to the Official RuPaul’s Drag Race Finale Party.

Declarations

As part of the 2016 PuSh International Performing Arts Festival, Club PuSh curator-in-residence Jordan Tannahill collaborates with a group of Vancouver residents making Declarations (Feb 6) of what they hold to be true.

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