Nov 15 – Dec 1, 2012 @ Studio 16 Mitch Murray Productions
At a time when Vancouver is forging a cultural identity, two lawyers are assigned a controversial case in which they defend a white wealthy businessman who has been accused of raping a black lady. When a new legal assistant becomes involved, true underlying opinions are brought to the surface, bringing with them dangerous complications. Written by award-winning playwright David Mamet, this theatre event will draw you in and have you on the edge of your seat.
The Government Inspector
Nov. 15 – Dec. 2, 2012 @ Studio 58/Langara
Adapted by Jeffrey Hatcher from the original by Nikolai Gogol, this play is sure to induce deep belly laughs from audiences of all ages. Panic strikes a small town when a Government Inspector decides to pay a visit, causing elected officials to bumble their way through the situation. Greed, silliness and hilarity ensues.
Nov 16 – Dec 1, 2012 @ Havana Theatre
Steve Martin breathes new life to Carl Sternheims’ hit from 1910. Theo Maske and his lovely wife are in town one wonderful Sunday morning when the unthinkable happens – her underpants fall to the ground. Terribly embarrassed following the public display, Theo ensures that his wife stays at home until she can tame her unreliable undergarments.
Nov 15 – Dec 1, 2012 @ The Cultch
Award winning British actress Miriam Margolyes (Romeo & Juliet, Blackadder, Harry Potter & the Deathly Hallows) brings her long running one-woman show to Vancouver. Portraying over 23 of Dickens’ best-loved characters from tales such as Oliver Twist and Great Expectations, this show is as much about the man himself as it is about the characters she embodies. Evoking a range of emotions from audiences across the globe, Miriam is sure to sell out her shows at the Cultch.