Theatre

Nevermore: The Imaginary Life & Mysterious Death

CJSF volunteer Jessica Bruhn reviews the gothic landscape of Edgar Allan Poe's life in Nevermore. The play depicts Poe's psychology fused with his lingering myths is a haunting and dark comedy that will resonate with each of our tell-a-tale hearts

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Jessica Bruhn
  • Posted on: 18 March 2016
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Goggles

CJSF volunteer Lise Monique unfolds the mystery, drama and crime of Goggles showing at the newly renovated CULTCH. Her voyage through the one-woman act of  Tara Cheyenne's performance lead her to experience this bone-chilling black comedy that intertwines theatre and dance, here is what she had to say about it... 

On Thursday November 18th, performance artist Tara Cheyenne worked her way through a one-woman show, Goggles, at Vancouver’s new and improved CULTCH centre.

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Lise Monique
  • Posted on: 18 March 2016
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Art

CJSF volunteer Jay Peachy attended the intellectually strong, cleaver and smart production of Art on November 22nd at the Inlet Theatre in Port Moody, this is what Jay had to say about the story of Art...

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Jay Peachy
  • Posted on: 18 March 2016
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Evil Dead: The Musical

On November 3rd, CJSF volunteer Jessica Bruhn attended Down Stage Right Production's Evil Dead: The Musical playing at the Vogue Theatre. Evil Dead proved to be a bloody affaire, this is what Jessica says.......

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Jessica Bruhn
  • Posted on: 18 March 2016
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Bard on the Beach Shakespeare Festival

CJSF volunteer Jessica Bruhn reviews the Bard on the Beach performance of the Comedy of Errors...

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Jessica Bruhn
  • Posted on: 18 March 2016
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Bard on the Beach Shakespeare Festival

CJSF volunter, Aryana Sye, reviews the 2009 Bard on the Beach performance of the Comedy of Errors...

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Aryana Sye
  • Posted on: 18 March 2016
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Les Miserables

Now playing at the Stanley Industrial Alliance Stage, Les Miserables is a hit among Vancouverites. The widely-acclaimed musical based on a novel by Victor Hugo is directed by Bill Millerd for the Arts Club. On May 31st, CJSF correspondent, Anna Santiago witnessed the tremendous success of Les Miserables.

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Anna Santiago
  • Posted on: 18 March 2016
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The Real Thing

Now playing at the Granville Island Stage, Tom Stoppard’s The Real Thing brings to life what happens behind-the-scenes of a relationship. After an insightful experience at Stoppard’s last play, The Constant Wife, CJSF correspondent Anna Santiago sat in the audience on March 21st to watch The Real Thing unveil.

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Anna Santiago
  • Posted on: 18 March 2016
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The Constant Wife

Now on its second week at the Stanley Industrial Stage, The Constant Wife continues to bring laughter to center stage. Directed by Morris Panych, The Constant Wife is a traditional yet hilarious look at marriage, trust, loyalty, betrayal and payback. CJSF correspondent Anna Santiago who had a chance to see the play on February 01st had this to say: 

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Anna Santiago
  • Posted on: 18 March 2016
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The Merchant of Venice

On November 8th, as the door opens at Studio 58, theatre fanatics eagerly await the opening night performance of William Shakespeare’s Merchant of Venice. Stage veteran and Studio 58 founder, Anthony Holland, stars and directs in this modern-day adaptation of one of Shakespeare’s most popular drama. CJSF correspondent, Anna Santiago, was there to take part in this unique performance… 

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Anna Santiago
  • Posted on: 18 March 2016
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