UNITED PLAYERS OF VANCOUVER
presents


A MAN FOR ALL SEASONS

by Robert Bolt
Directed by William B. Davis



September 4 - 27
Thu - Sun at 8pm
(except September 13 & 27, matinées only)


$12 Preview: September 3
Talkback: September 10
Matinées: September 13 & 27 at 2pm
(no evening performance)


To purchase tickets click here
or call 604-224-8007 ext. 2

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The focus is on the battle of principles between Sir Thomas More, Lord Chancellor of England, and King Henry VIII. Henry wishes to divorce his wife, Catherine of Aragon, so that he may marry Anne Boleyn. More understands that, from the standpoint of the Catholic Church, the king’s desire is heresy – but Henry wishes that More break with Rome, and publicly approve his latest marriage.

VITAL SPARK THEATRE
presents

FOR THE PLEASURE OF POETRY MATINEE

Sunday, September 20 at 2pm

by donation

More information at vitalsparktheatre.com

DO YOU HAVE A FAVOURITE POEM?  One that pulls at the heart?  A memory from childhood?  A beloved theme? A rollicking tale in verse?  Perhaps with an exquisite turn of phrase?

For the Pleasure of Poetry Matinee offers you the chance to share it with us all and hear experienced actors really do it justice. Or you can just come and savour an afternoon of some of the best of the English language as it should be heard– read out loud in the company of friends! 

There may also be music.

Join us as we celebrate our passion of poetry. What better way to pass some time on a lazy Sunday afternoon!

If you’d like to submit your poem for consideration, send title and author to Bryans@vitalsparktheatre.com as soon as you can, definitely before Sept. 11th.



SLAMMING DOOR COLLECTIVE
presents


A DOLL'S HOUSE


by Henrik Ibsen
Directed by Tamara McCarthy



October 8 - 24
Tue - Sat at 8pm

$18
Previews: October 6 & 7 at 8pm
Opening: October 8 at 8pm
Matinées: October 10, 11, 17 18 & 24 at 2pm

Tickets are available from brownpapertickets.com
Tickets: $25, Matinées: $20

For additional information, email: slammingdoorcollective@gmail.com

A Doll’s House was first performed in Stockholm in 1880, causing an immediate sensation, sparking debate and controversy, and bringing Ibsen international fame. Now, 135 years later, few characters worldwide can claim an equivalent importance as Nora Helmer: she has served and continues to serve as a symbol for women fighting for liberation and equality, here and throughout the world.

This landmark play from the ‘godfather of modern drama’ returns to the Jericho Arts Centre stage for the first time in over a decade.

Some of our patrons are allergic to perfume and scented grooming products (women's perfume, men's cologne)
Please be considerate.

Disabled Parking available adjacent to the entrance of the theatre.

Lobby Visual Arts Exhibit


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