Dates and Venue April 4 – 20, 2019, Thurs, Fri & Sat 7:30pm; (matinees 2pm – Sat on Apr 13 & 20 & 2pm – Sun Apr 7) |Massey Theatre, 735 8th Ave, New Westminster
in the Rain takes place during the rise of the “talkies”
where we meet silent-film era stars, Don Lockwood and Lina Lamont,
beautiful, charismatic and influential, who combined, make a great
on-screen pair. The introduction of talking pictures poses a threat
to the duo, when it is discovered by audiences that Lina has an excruciating
The true story of the Preston Rivulettes women’s hockey team. In 1933, four friends set out to prove to Canada that hockey isn’t just a sport for men. As they fight through the Great Depression, prejudice, and personal upheaval, can they overcome the odds and forge their own path to glory
Tickets from $29, purchase online at tickets.gatewaytheatre.com/
Dates and Venue April 5 - 28. 2019, Wed - Sat 8pm (matinees Sat, 2pm) | Pacific Theatre, 1440 W 12th Ave.
Danny, an ambitious Jewish defense lawyer, believes in the common good. When he is assigned the case of an unrepentant neo-Nazi accused of murder, Danny finds himself defending the life of a man who wishes him dead.
Tickets Pay-what-you-can preview April 4 at 8pm. Ticketsprices $20, $36 & $50, taxes not incl.) call 604.731.5518 or visit pacifictheatre.org
Dates and Venue April 11 - 20. 2019, 8pm | The Cultch, 1895 Venables St, Vancouver, BC .
After years living with paraplegia, Faith can suddenly walk, and believes she has been healed by a miracle. But, what about those closest to her? What about her friends and family? What happens when everything we believe to be true about ourselves, or those closest to us, is challenged by new information? A new play inspired in part by the true story of the mysterious recovery by a young Vancouver woman who lived with paraplegia for 13 years, Act of Faith asks, if you aren’t religious, can you still believe in a miracle? It is the story of a life changing and controversial event that baffled the medical community, aroused conflicting emotions in the disability community, and was celebrated by some in the religious community.
Tickets $24, online at https://tickets.thecultch.com:8080/Online/mapSelect.asp
Dates and Venue April 25 - May 5. 2019, at 7:30 pm (matinees Sat and Sun, 2:30 pm) | Coast Capital Playhouse, 1532 Johnston Rd, White Rock,
Based on the works of The Cat in the Hat, this musical tells the story of Horton, an elephant who discovers a speck of dust that contains the "Whos", including Jojo, a Who child sent off to military school for thinking too many “thinks.” Horton faces a double challenge: not only must he protect the Whos from a world of naysayers and dangers, but he must guard an abandoned egg, left in his care by the irresponsible Mayzie La Bird. Although Horton faces ridicule, danger, kidnapping and a trial, the intrepid Gertrude McFuzz never loses faith in him. Ultimately, the powers of friendship, loyalty, family and community are challenged and emerge triumphant.
Tickets $9 to $20 at https://sa1.seatadvisor.com/sabo/servlets/TicketRequest?eventId=1258316&presenter=WHITEROCK&venue=&event=&tck=true
Sarena Parmar’s The Orchard (After Chekhov) is an adaptation of Chekhov’s The Cherry Orchard, but told through the lens of a Punjabi-Sikh
family in the Okanagan Valley. With the bank calling and money low,
will the Basrans be able to save their beloved orchard? Inspired by
the playwright’s own childhood, this fresh adaptation confronts
life, loss, and the Canadian immigrant experience with humour and
Dates and Venue March 21 – 31, 2019, 8pm Tues - Sat; Matinees 3pm Sat & Sun (except March 23) | Langara College, West 49th Avenue
Hot House is a 90 minute production on the mainstage that showcases acting and production students in a new light. For the first time in Studio 58’s history, this project will allow students to complete the entire production cycle by themselves, with expert feeding and watering from a team of dedicated mentors throughout the process. Students will have the opportunity to focus on areas that excite them including acting, playwriting, directing, designing, songwriting, stage managing, and flexing their technical muscles.
Tickets $12.50 at www.ticketstonight.ca or Telephone 604-684-2787
Dates and Venue March 7 – 31, 2019, Mon – Thu at 7:30pm, Fri & Sat at 8pm, Wed at 1:30pm, and Sat at 2pm | Goldcorp Stage at the BMO Theatre Centre
Close to four thousand Indigenous men and women served in the Canadian Forces during the Great War, an extraordinary number given the limited civil rights accorded to them at the time. Canadian federal policy offered postwar benefits to Indigenous veterans, but many had given up their status in order to enlist and were denied these benefits upon their return to Canada. By the end of the war, several Indigenous soldiers had achieved near legendary status as scouts, trench-raiders, and snipers, drawing on their pre-wartime experience in hunting and wilderness survival.
Tickets from $29 at artsclub.com or the artsclub.com Box Office at 604.687.1644
Club Theatre Company on Tour
Circle Game offers the audience an entertaining party theme with six performers having diverse musical gifts lending their talent to wide interpretations of a selection of Joni Mitchell's songs. Co-creators Andrew Cohen and Anna Kuman present a sincere homage to a Canadian legend, choosing roughly two dozen songs from her substantial catalogue.
Tickets Prices will depend on Venue and performance times. Visit artsclub.com/shows/on-tour/ for details.