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FIGHTING CHANCE PRODUCTIONS
in association with Renegade Arts Company

presents

SPRING AWAKENING
A new musical

direced by Ryan Mooney
Music Direction by Clare Wyatt
Choreography by Anna Kuman

April 30 - May 17

Wed - Sat at 8pm
Previews: April 30
Opening: May 1

Tickets: $20 - $30
at
Tickets Tonight


Love. Lust. Sex. Touch. The humid wind of a spring afternoon. Staring into a loved one's eyes and your lips touch. All the beauty and butterflies of a first kiss.

Fighting Chance Productions is pleased to present our 33rd production, the Tony Award winning musical
Spring Awakening. Journey with us to a time of innocence where kisses were snuck in abandoned hay lofts and running through forests in bare feet was the norm.

UNITED PLAYERS OF VANCOUVER

presents

THE MARRIAGE OF FIGARO
(The play)

by Pierre-Augustin de Beaumarchais
Adapted & directed by Adam Henderson



June 6 to June 29
Thu - Sun at 8pm
(except Jun 15 & 19, matinée only)


$10
Preview: June 5
Talkback: June 12
Matinées: June 15 & 29 at 2pm
(no evening performance)



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

Credit cards accepted. Cash preferred.
Sexual fun is at the heart of this comic masterpiece, which continues the jolly tale of the barber of Seville. The plot is elaborate and absurdly complex. It begins with The Count insisting on his right to sleep with his servant’s bride. But Figaro is a clever common man who uses his wits to overcome the aristocrats who press him down. The plot is pure romance. The true lovers must leap over obstacles planted by powerful enemies. Through a wild bouffe of disguises, hiding in chairs, bouncing on beds, mistaking identity, and inverting gender, Figaro’s wit and sparkling good humour are ultimately triumphant. The Marriage of Figaro by Beaumarchais was completed in 1782 but had to wait two years before its first performance at the Comédie Française. Louis XVI, said "For this play not to be a danger, first the Bastille would have to be torn down.  It is this play that started the French Revolution!

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Please be considerate

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Lobby Visual Arts Exhibit


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