This week in (gay) Vancouver: theatre, musical auditions and a party


Ghostlight Projects presents Corpus Christi as part of its ambitious three-play season close

This week in (gay) Vancouver includes a trio of plays, auditions for a queer chorus and a party for all the ladies in the house.

The season closes for Ghostlight Projects with an ambitious program of three plays playing in rep including a biblical perspective of sexuality and religion in 1950s Texas with Terrence McNally’s Corpus Christi (Mar 13-Apr 4); Randie Parliament’s back stage tale of a drag queen with The Singing Butler (Mar 14-Apr 4); and the absurdist comedy Exit The King (Mar 20-Apr 1) by Eugene Ionesco.

Vancouver’s Cor Flammae (Mar 15, 21, 22) is looking for new singers. A summer chorus of classically trained, queer singers, performing queer content, interested singers should have significant solo vocal training and choral singing experience.

Where the girls are! Hershe Bar (Mar 21) mixes things up with an early live show featuring “violinistextremist” Kytami of Delhi 2 Dublin fame. The party continues DJ Miss M.


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