Music and Lyrics by David Rigano
Book by Mark Eugene Garcia

Directed by Ryan Mooney
Music Direction by Steven Greenfield

A Co-Production between Fighting Chance Productions and Nathan Gardner in association with Sean Bryan, Deborah Barrigan and Danny Brooke

WORLD PREMIERE

APRIL 22 - MAY 14
at 8pm

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Music by Matthew Frank
Book and Lyrics by Dean Bryant

Directed by Jennifer Suratos, Nancy von Euw and Ben Bilodeau
Music Direction by Jeremy Hoffman
Choreography by Erin Elise Walker


CANADIAN PREMIERE

MAY 17 - 21
AT 8pm

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FACING EAST follows an upstanding Mormon couple faced with the suicide of their gay son. When they unexpectedly meet their sonТs partner they must face a reality long ignored, and reconcile feelings with beliefs. Vancouver audiences will be the first to see a fully-staged production of this moving new work, which has its eyes set toward New York and London!

Not just one musical, Virgins is three one act musicals that will be sure to make you laugh. In THE VIRGIN WARS we meet socially conscious teen Tracy who along with her four friends, travels the county dispersing information about celibacy, abstinence and how to avoid the dreaded STD. In THE GIRL ON THE SCREEN a female journalist is asked to write an article about the women who work on internet porn sites. What she finds is not only shocking, but hilarious. In the final act JUMPIN THE Q is an American Idol style reality show in which the contestants are seeking the ultimate prize, a green card.

UNITED PLAYERS OF VANCOUVER
presents

THE LION IN WINTER

by James Goldman

directed by Jack Paterson


June 3 - 26

Thu - Sun at 8pm
(except June 12 & 26, matinée only)


$12
Preview: June 2 at 8pm
Talkback: June 9
Matinées: June 12 & 26 at 2pm
(no evening performance)

To purchase tickets CLICK HERE or call 604-224-8007 ext. 2

Credit Cards accepted.
(We do NOT ACCEPT debit cards)

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Our season ends with another King Henry play; this time, about King Henry II, who imprisons his wife Eleanor in the tower because of her frequent attempts to overthrow him. With Eleanor out of the way, he can savour his dalliances with his young mistress. But Eleanor is not to be trifled with. Working through her sons, she plots the king's demise and the rise of her second and preferred son, Richard, to the throne. The youngest son, John – the only son holding his father's affection – is the king's choice for successor. But John is also overly eager for power and is willing to plot his father's demise with middle brother, Geoffrey, and the young king of France, Phillip. Engrossing and thrilling, this epic drama shows us that the bonds of family are weak indeed when ultimate power is at stake.
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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