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Vancouver Arts Club
Avenue Q explodes with irreverant puppetry in Broadway musical form.
Avenue Q is irreverent, witty and not a little bit naughty. It's musical theatre at its finest as directed/choreographed by Peter Jorgensen with musical direction by Sean Bayntun at the Arts...
Jun 5th, 2013
Arts Club's Blood Brothers takes on "nature vs nurture" in a folky pop-rock musical
Blood Brothers, the musical declared a fave even by musical-haters, runs till Dec. 13 at the Granville Island Stage.
Nov 21st, 2011
Pulitzer Prize winning musical Next to Normal by Vancouver Arts Club shines spotlight on bipolar disorder
Fragmented psyches sing out in a moving, compelling performance of a disturbing and important work.
Sep 16th, 2011
Hairspray celebrates diversity with a big heart and even bigger hair
Vancouver Arts Club's feel-good musical showcases talent, snappy tunes, stellar choreography -- and Jay Brazeau in drag. What more could you ask for in a summer musical?
Apr 29th, 2011
Less Sixties social commentary and more Seventies sitcom, The Graduate unsatisfies
Heavy-handed play fails to do justice to original film, despite some excellent performances by cast.
Apr 19th, 2011