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Mr. Kettle and Mrs. Moon – Vancouver

Posted on March 5, 2016 at 1:09 pm by David Jones — Make a Comment

Mr. Kettle and Mrs. Moon by Western Gold Theatre Until March 6th. Charming and likely more scandalous in it’s day. Western Gold Theatre does a staged play reading series of rarely produced plays, often from England. Using professional actors they have a few rehearsal, build a set and then the actors act out the play […]

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Win Tickets to Return to Grace – Cats – JFL Comedy in Vancouver

Posted on February 26, 2016 at 4:52 pm by David Jones — 7 Comments

WIN TWO FREE TICKET to see the Elvis Presley musical RETURN TO GRACE, I want to give you chance to see this show, so answer the trivia question and good luck. A glorious, heartfelt tribute to a music icon featuring over 30 singers, dancers and musicians on stage, RETURN TO GRACE flawlessly delivers some the […]

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Big Mouth – Vancouver

Posted on February 13, 2016 at 10:37 am by David Jones — 3 Comments

WIN TWO FREE TICKETS to see THE GAY HERITAGE PROJECT  March 2nd to 19thScroll Down – Answer Question – You Might Win! Big Mouth at The York Until February 21st A dazzling and beguiling talent in an unique presentation. Valentijin Dhaenens is from Belgium where they apparently grow frighteningly original talent with very creative imaginations. […]

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Two age specific musicals – Vancouver

Posted on February 10, 2016 at 5:56 pm by David Jones — Make a Comment

Closer Than Ever and Chitty Chitty Bang Bang have specific target markets that will likely adore them for all the right reasons. Closer Than Ever at the Gateway Theatre Until February 20th Closer Than Ever is not a musical, it’s not even really a play, but it is charming look a mid-life through a series […]

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Pride & Prejudice – Vancouver

Posted on February 5, 2016 at 11:59 pm by David Jones — 4 Comments

I want you to win TWO TICKETS to see the hilarious WANDA SYKES on Wednesday February 24 at the Vancouver Playhouse. Click Link – Answer Question At Bottom – You Could Win Pride and Prejudice at The Stanley Theatre until February 28th An elegant and effervescent production that will please fans. Victoria playwright Janet Munsil […]

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Pride & Prejudice – Vancouver

Posted on at 11:59 pm by David Jones — 4 Comments

I want you to win TWO TICKETS to see the hilarious WANDA SYKES on Wednesday February 24 at the Vancouver Playhouse. Click Link – Answer Question At Bottom – You Could Win Pride and Prejudice at The Stanley Theatre until February 28th An elegant and effervescent production that will please fans. Victoria playwright Janet Munsil […]

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L-Immediat – Vancouver

Posted on February 4, 2016 at 11:51 pm by David Jones — 8 Comments

I want you to WIN TICKETS to see MARGARET CHO in Vancouver, Friday February 19TH. Click Link – Answer Question at Bottom – You could win! L’Immediat at The PuSh Festival Until February 6thVancouver Playhouse Spectacular chaos unlike anything you have ever seen! This company from France blends unexpected physical athletics with dance and clown. […]

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Huff – Vancouver

Posted on February 3, 2016 at 11:08 am by David Jones — Make a Comment

Huff at The Firehall Arts Centre Children playing in a landscape of nightmares, innocently horrific and viciously sad, you cannot help but smile at their tenacity. We have seen images and heard stories about life on Reserves and the unjust hardships endured by the First Nations people. Playwright / performer Cliff Cardinal explores this shocking […]

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UNSEX’d in Vancouver

Posted on December 4, 2015 at 12:37 pm by David Jones — Make a Comment

UNSEX’d at Pal Theatre Until December 5th What happens when you go from being the toast of the town to just toast? That is what Wilburn Hussey is wondering. When he was a brass young man he joined William Shakespeare acting company and dazzled audiences with his portrayal of the women folk in the Bard plays. […]

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The Dining Room – Vancouver

Posted on October 24, 2015 at 10:44 pm by David Jones — Make a Comment

A gentle comedy about a time gone by that allows actors to strut their stuff.   (Note: Art is subjective. One-person’s sublime evening out is another person’s torture. I want to celebrate what went into creating the show and how I felt the audience reacted. Then I will allow my cynical Uncle Max to have […]

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