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Friday, April 12, 2024

Arts Club reveals its 2024-2025 season

The Arts Club Theatre Company has announced 11 shows across three Arts Club venues as part of its 61st season.

The Arts Club Theatre Company has announced its 2024–2025 season programming with 11 shows across three Arts Club venues as part of its 61st season.

“I am elated that amongst these 11, we have two Canadian premieres, eight plays written and co-written by women, four shows filled with music, three productions by Canadian playwrights, and four engaging adaptations,” says artistic director Ashlie Corcoran. “We invite audiences and theatre-lovers across the Lower Mainland to join us in celebrating the rich diversity of Canadian theatre across our three stages.”

The 2024–2025 season will kick off in September at the Stanley Industrial Alliance Stage with Jersey Boys, followed by the return of a holiday favourite, Dolly Parton’s Smoky Mountain Christmas Carol. The swashbuckling comedy The Three Musketeers will brighten the stage in January. A Canadian premiere of the innovative comedic drama and rock concert, Cambodian Rock Band, and the drama Casey and Diana come to the Stanley in the spring. The season closes in the summer with the Tony Award–nominated musical Waitress, inspired by the 2007 film, with music by Grammy Award­–winning singer-songwriter Sara Bareilles.

The Granville Island Stage will open in November with the joyful and nostalgic Miracle on 34th Street. In February, Primary Trust, a story of friendship, will be followed by Mieko Ouchi’s road trip story, Burning Mom. The Granville Island Stage will celebrate Agatha Christie’s iconic work, concluding the season with The Mousetrap.

Finally, The Gingerbread Men: A(nother) Holiday Cabaret will take to the Newmont Stage at the BMO Theatre Centre this holiday season with a new set of toe-tapping classic tunes.

“Patrons may recognize some familiar names and titles, and they will also be encouraged by the artists who will bring these to life on our stages,” says executive director Peter Cathie White. “Over the past few years, we have continued to raise our levels of artistic excellence by investing in our productions and strengthening our commitment to artists, artisans, and craftspeople in British Columbia. We strive to celebrate these superb talents even more during our ambitious upcoming season.”

Season subscriptions are now on sale, with single tickets going on sale to the general public this summer. Visit artsclub.com for more information.

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