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The Waiting Room – Vancouver

Posted on October 11, 2015 at 11:35 pm by David Jones — Make a Comment

Heartfelt, honest and an achingly beautiful experience (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 a short retort. I will also post the cost […]

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Disgraced – Vancouver

Posted on September 27, 2015 at 7:37 pm by David Jones — Make a Comment

Pulitzer Prize winning play is provoking and vital. (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 a short retort. I will also post the […]

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A Modern Fairy Tale – Vancouver

Posted on August 22, 2015 at 1:33 pm by David Jones — Make a Comment

Great big cast is having a grand fun time. (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 a short retort. I will also post […]

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A Modern Fairy Tale – Vancouver

Posted on at 1:33 pm by David Jones — Make a Comment

Great big cast is having a grand fun time. (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 a short retort. I will also post […]

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Jesus Christ Superstar – Vancouver

Posted on August 11, 2015 at 11:50 pm by David Jones — Make a Comment

Classic Rock Opera given a modern twist! (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 a short retort. I will also post the cost […]

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Jesus Christ Superstar – Vancouver

Posted on at 11:50 pm by David Jones — Make a Comment

Classic Rock Opera given a modern twist! (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 a short retort. I will also post the cost […]

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Oliver! – Vancouver

Posted on August 4, 2015 at 7:11 pm by David Jones — Make a Comment

The musical story of a boy who wanted More! (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 a short retort. I will also post […]

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Oliver! – Vancouver

Posted on at 7:11 pm by David Jones — Make a Comment

The musical story of a boy who wanted More! (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 a short retort. I will also post […]

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Sister Mary’s A Dyke – Vancouver

Posted on July 29, 2015 at 11:57 pm by David Jones — Make a Comment

There is something queer going on at that Catholic School… (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 a short retort. I will also […]

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Sister Mary’s A Dyke – Vancouver

Posted on at 11:57 pm by David Jones — Make a Comment

There is something queer going on at that Catholic School… (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 a short retort. I will also […]

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