This week on Vancouver stages we meet two more Studio 58 grads, talk about obsessions, take flight with Chitty, and spend some time with the Bennet sisters without the zombies.
Meet Vancouver theatre professional Owen Bishop. This continues our special series featuring the 50th anniversary fall graduating class from Studio 58, the professional theatre training program at Langara College. Read more.
The first time Fairlith Harvey saw Cats, she was ten years old. Now as a twenty-something designer, she is creating the 23 costumes for the upcoming Fighting Chance Productions presentation of the Andrew Lloyd Webber musical. Read more.
The 2016/2017 Broadway Across Canada season will see the return of The Book of Mormon, along with the musicals Newsies, Kinky Boots and Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Cinderella. Read more.
Be warned. Chitty Chitty Bang Bang has a way of getting inside your head. Even a day later you may find that a pesky earworm is still rattling around your brain. Fortunately, it brings on memories of the truly scrumptious Align Entertainment production of this family-friendly musical on stage at the Michael J Fox in Burnaby. Read more.
While a big budget film adaptation of Pride and Prejudice featuring zombies opens this week in cinemas, over at the Arts Club’s Stanley Theatre a more classic version is being presented on stage. Read more.
Meet Vancouver theatre professional Jessica Wagstaff. This continues our special series featuring the 50th anniversary fall graduating class from Studio 58, the professional theatre training program at Langara College. Read more.