This week The Fictionals take to the road (sort of), plastic orchid factory blurs the lines, and Vancouver Drawn Down returns for another year.
[dropcap]1[/dropcap]The Fictionals and Improv Against Humanity are going on a summer staycation tour of Vancouver as they get Intimate & Interactive (Jun 17) at the Media Club. The evening features a special guest appearance by improvisor Allen Morrison, and of course they will once again crown Vancouver’s most horrible person.
[dropcap]2[/dropcap]Critically acclaimed contemporary dance company plastic orchid factory presents the work of Dora-nominated Montréal artist, Jacques Poulin-Denis, and his multi-disciplinary company, Grand Poney. The Value of Things (La valeur des choses) (Jun 17) is an evening of performance that blurs the lines between dance, theatre and a live music show.
[dropcap]3[/dropcap]Vancouver Draw Down (Jun 20) returns for another day-long celebration of drawing. For people of all ages and skill levels, local professional artists offer over 30 free drawing workshops across Vancouver in community centres, galleries, shops and more.