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HALF-PRICE TICKETS FOR    
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 21, 2017

Western Gold Theatre presents Homeward Bound
Venue: PAL Studio Theatre
Time: 2:00pm, 7:30pm
Half-price tickets: $17.00, $20.00

2:00 pm show ticket sales end at noon
Join the Beacham family for Sunday dinner. Revel in their word games and quick wit. Laugh at their foibles. But all is not as it seems as their lives unravel in front of us. We meet the parents, two adult children and their partners. The sharp-witted matriarch is busy making plans. Her husband prefers to take cover in his crossword puzzles. Their son is gay, living with an alcoholic and well on his own way down the bottle. Their daughter, with two young sons, is in a faltering marriage.
 
Vancouver TheatreSports League presents Improv Wars - The Laugh Jedi
Venue: The Improv Centre
Time: 7:30pm
Half-price Tickets: $15.25
Drawing on the rich characters, locations, and themes of the Star Wars films, our improvised parody highlights the parallels between the skills of an improviser and those of a Jedi to determine who is truly Master of the Farce. Being an improv show means that no two performances can ever be the same.
 
Vancouver TheatreSports League presents OK Tinder
Venue: The Improv Centre
Time: 11:15pm
Half-price Tickets: $11.25
Vancouver TheatreSports pokes fun at Vancouver's notorious dating scene with our latest late-night show, OK Tinder - Swipe Right Comedy. Most single Vancouverites have a tale or two to tell about their experiences with on-line dating. Join us Wednesday nights at 9:15 as our improvisers ‘match up' to turn the good, the bad and the ludicrous of Vancouver's dating scene into 60 minutes of side-splitting laughter. Don't have a date? No problem! Come anyway, you might meet your perfect match at the show. There's ‘Plenty of Laughs' to be had by all. This is one instance when swiping right ensures a good time. Recommended for ages 17+
 
Forbidden Vancouver presents Secrets of Stanley Park Walking Tour
Venue: Meet at Whale Fountain outside Vancouver Aquarium
Time: 2:00pm
Half-price tickets: $17.15
Ticket sales end at noon
Discover the secrets of Vancouver's legendary Stanley Park. With a professional Forbidden Vancouver storyteller as your guide, you'll explore the world-famous seawall, hidden corners, and wild forested trails. On the way you'll see famous crime scenes, glittering downtown vistas, historic totem poles, secret cemeteries, bizarre public art, and colossal old growth trees. You'll also hear the true stories of why the park was opened, how the Lion's Gate Bridge was built, and the what really went down on Deadman's Island. Recommended ages 14+, tour is 2 and a half hours long

Plastic orchid factory & MAYDAY - Mélanie Demers present Animal Triste
Venue: Scotiabank Dance Centre
Time: 8:00pm
Half-price Tickets: $15.50
In the great march of the world, humans are nothing more than sad little animals. But animals that console themselves in beauty and in desire for immortality. For this, men will invent religions, philosophies and civilizations. They will conquer, dominate, oppress. And procreate. They will make up stories and write History.
A fierce comment on the nature and posture of Man in all his humanity, Animal Triste is carried by a stellar, national cast of inexhaustible performers. These four dancers grapple with inner turmoil. With setbacks and vagaries of living together. Neither quite man nor woman, slaves to their desires and anxious to escape them, prisoners of the tribal instinct, they are terrestrial beings, wild animals, angels and demons. Side by side, these domesticated primates rush towards something: their ruin, most likely.

 


 

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