Improv Against Humanity, plastic orchid factory & Vancouver Draw Down
Improv Against Humanity, plastic orchid factory & Vancouver Draw Down

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.

Improv Against Humanity
Improv Against Humanity gets all intimate & interactive at the Media Club on June 17

[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.

The Value of Things
plastic orchid factory presents The Value of Things (La valeur des choses) on June 17

[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.

Vancouver Draw Down 2015
Vancouver Draw Down returns for another day-long celebration of drawing on June 20