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HALF PRICE TICKETS 
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 2019 
 
  Studio 58 presents: ANON(YMOUS) 
Venue: Studio 16 
Time: 8:00pm 
Half-Price Tickets: $11.50 ($2.50 fee) 
A painfully beautiful adaptation of Homer's Odyssey, ANON(YMOUS) is the story of a present-day teenage refugee who crosses the United States in a quest to find his disappeared mother. This play is an ode to refugees everywhere, and a compelling exploration of the question: what defines home? I am overjoyed that Kathryn Shaw approached me to direct this moving piece and am eager to tackle a modern adaptation of an ancient story that is so relevant today. Epic, intimate, whimsical, poetic, horrifying, and funny, the plays biggest draw is that it spotlights the invisible brown work force of North America. 
The show is approximately 90 minutes with no intermission
Audience Advisory: Contains loud sounds of war and a water-based fog effect 
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Yuk Yuks presents Darryl Lenox 
Venue: Yuk Yuk's Comedy Club 
Time: 8:00pm 
Half-Price Tickets: $7.75 (includes $2.75 fee) 
Darryl grew up in Las Vegas and lived in Seattle, Los Angeles and Vancouver, Canada for several years before making New York City his permanent home. He credits his diverse comic appeal to the experience of establishing himself in such diverse environments. Living with a visual impairment has refined his perspective further, allowing him to cut through audience preconceptions, discard self-pity, and deliver pitch-perfect repartee that leaves audiences spellbound and sore from laughter. 
No minors 
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Vancouver TheatreSports League presents OK Tinder 
Venue: The Improv Centre 
Time: 7:30pm 
Half-Price Tickets: $13.25 (includes $2.75 fee) 
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. 
Note: Ok Tinder is a 17+ show, persons age 17 & 18 must be accompanied by an adult. Show cannot accommodate younger children, toddlers, or infants 
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Metro Theatre presents A Bunch Of Amateurs 
Venue: Metro Theatre 
Time: 8:00pm 
Half-Price Tickets: $18.15 (includes $3.50 fee) 
Jefferson Steel is an insufferable, out-of-work, ageing Hollywood action hero, desperate to revive his flagging career as well as improve his relationship with his aspiring actress daughter Amanda. When Jefferson threatens to fire his incompetent LA agent Charlie unless he finds him a lead role, Jefferson is sent to England to play King Lear at Stratford. Little does Jefferson know that he is not playing the role of a lifetime in a Royal Shakespeare Company production at Shakespeare's birthplace, but in a barn with an amateur dramatic society in the Suffolk's Stratford St John. 
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Vancouver TheatreSports League presents: Merry Kissmas - A Royal Romance 
Venue: The Improv Centre 
Time: 7:30pm 
Half-Price Tickets: $14.00 (includes $2.75 fee) 
Join us for seasonal mirth and merriment from Wednesday, November 20 through Tuesday, December 24 as the ‘VTS Channel' presents Merry Kissmas - A Royal Romance. This is the time of year when screens large and small are filled with sappy, warm-hearted romantic comedies, and the stage at The Improv Centre is no exception. 
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Théâtre La Seizième presents: Gamètes 
Venue: Studio 16 
Time: 8:00pm 
Half-Price Tickets: $19.50 ($4.00 fee) 
Lou and Aude are two friends in their thirties who have been inseparable since infancy. One is a civil engineer, the other is a feminist blogger. When Aude learns that she is carrying a child with Down Syndrome, she runs straight to her childhood friend. What follows is an all-out war of words and emotions, as the women unexpectedly clash about their fundamental visions of themselves and the world. 
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