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6 shows found
Szeretlek: A Hungarian Love Story

The Grand Salto Theatre 
Toronto, Canada 
Playwrights: The Grand Salto Theatre 
thegrandsaltotheatre.com 
Romance blossoms in post WW2 Hungary when a school teacher from the city meets the village intellectual. The award winning Grand Salto Theatre brings this true family story to life with mask, movement, and song. 

Praise for The Grand Salto Theatre:
**** —Saskatoon StarPhoenix
“Stroke of genius ... Spur of the moment glee.” —Hoopla 

The performance on September 7 is half-price!

Warm and Fuzzy / Poetic / Intimate / 50 minutes / All Ages 

9/7/2017 To 9/17/2017
Tightrope Talking

Sociocomic 
North Vancouver, Canada 
Playwright: Marylee Stephenson 
sociocomic.com 
• Time spent in a Berkeley slammer.
• Lane-dancing with a dealer.
• Cars and sex through the ages.
• Obituaries.
• Bus drivers.
Marylee Stephenson is upping the story ante by outsourcing the topic to the audience! You name it, she tells it through instantaneous, dynamic, suspenseful combinations of totally true well-crafted stories! No two shows can ever be the same!     

The performance on September 14 is half-price!   

Funny / Warm and Fuzzy / Intimate / LGBTQ+ / 50 minutes / 14+ / Sexual Content

Underrepresented artist: Written and performed by a 74-year-old lesbian with a Ph.D.

9/7/2017 To 9/17/2017
Fifty Shades of Dave

Happysad Theatre 
Vancouver, Canada
Playwrights: Kyle Carpenter & Nico Dicecco 
happysad.ca 
A loving tribute and erotic parody of The Vinyl Cafe. Fifty Shades of Dave thrusts Dave and Morley into situations you’ve never heard on the CBC. All the warmth and wit of Stuart McLean’s beloved stories with a sexy twist. If you thought Dave couldn’t truss a turkey... 

The performance on September 9 is half-price!

Funny / Naughty / Warm and Fuzzy / 60 minutes / 18+ / Coarse Language / Sexual Content

9/7/2017 To 9/17/2017
Beaver Dreams

Lost & Found Puppet Co. 
Vancouver, Canada 
Playwright: Maggie Winston 
lostandfoundpuppets.com 
A schtick you can to sink your teeth into. Winner of two and nominated for five Montreal Fringe Awards. Une famille. Generation after generation. Beavers. Les castors! Sharing the same land, the same lake, and the same nightmare depicting commercial development threatening their corner of paradise in the Laurentians, Quebec. Get wet at the best dam show! 

“Nothing less than brilliant.” —Savage Clown Montreal
“A very funny, creative piece worth catching!” —Daily Hive Montreal
“Everyone was simply in love, it won a ton of awards.” —Montreal Rampage 

The performance on September 9 is half-price!

Silly / Warm and Fuzzy / Family Friendly / 50 minutes / All Ages 

Underrepresented artist: Bilingual FR/EN

9/8/2017 To 9/17/2017
Pint of Life

Michael Yichao 
Seattle, USA
Playwright: Michael Yichao 
MichaelYichao.com/pintoflife 
One performer. One audience member. One pint of ice cream. One improvised play. Completely made up on the spot, Pint of Life celebrates the aspirations and achievements of a stranger and seeks to bring us all a little closer together—over a pint of ice cream. 

Michael Yichao has performed Pint of Life at theaters across the US and has performed at the Edinburgh Fringe. This is his first Vancouver Fringe appearance. 

The performance on September 8 is half-price!

Funny / Warm and Fuzzy / Intimate / 60 minutes / All Ages 

9/8/2017 To 9/16/2017
Advance Theatre New Works by Women: Jumping Ship

Marcia Johnson 
Toronto, Canada
Playwright: Marcia Johnson
Directed by Marisa Smith

The year is 1904. Scottish sailor, Jamey Dunbar meets young entrepreneur, Audrey Williams on a beach in Jamaica. Their lives change forever. This is a love story inspired by the playwright’s great grandparents. 

Funny / Warm and Fuzzy / Multicultural / 100 minutes / 14+

This show is part of the Advance Theatre New Works by Women series.

Tickets are available at the door only and are pay-what-you-can with a suggested rate of $5 to $10.






9/11/2017 1:30 PM