A couple meet for the first time after chatting online, with some lightly Shakespeare-inspired shenanigans along the way.Read the full review.
A party girl whose life is in a downward spiral slows things way down to attend a 10-day, silent meditation retreat, and spiritual enlightenment ensues.Read the full review.
Vanity Project Productions presents a show based on Edgar Allan Poe’s macabre short stories, as well as the demons of the author himself. Read the full review.
A music-obsessed man survives the apocalypse when he stumbles into an abandoned radio station. A few years later, he’s still calling out over the airwaves to reach fellow survivors. Read the full review.
Stacey Hallal and 6 Guitar’s Chase Padgett are throwing a party, and you’re invited! Join them in a musical adventure filled with sketch comedy, improv, dancing and more.Read the full review.
A woman tries to reconnect with her mother through Irish folklore and gruesomely romantic tales in Tess Mc Manus’s one-woman show.Read the full review.
It’s the classic comic book setup: superhero Jack the Jump must stop the nefarious scheme of his nemesis, Dr. Doe. Will good prevail over evil?Read the full review.
Vancouver’s Mind of Snail tells a tale of following your heart and the oppression of gravity using a projector, a guitar, shadow puppets and lots of sounds effects. Read the full review.
A man desperate to give away his fortune and his wife – desperate to stop him – go to extreme measures to get what they want in the world premiere of George F. Walker’s The Burden of Self Awareness.
Youth Infringement gives young writers, directors and actors a chance to present their brand new shows to audiences. The first evening opened with The Ever-Present Witness, Lucy and The Anomaly. Read the full review.