Hand to God

Your best bet on stage continues to be the uproariously funny Hand to God (closes Jun 25). What our reviewer called “wicked good”, this black comedy will have you laughing and questioning your own inner demons. A word of warning though, just because it has puppets doesn’t make it suitable for the kiddies.

Oliver Castillo in Hand to God. Photo by David Cooper.
Hand to God. Photo by David Cooper.

Between the Sheets

The apprentices at Vancouver’s Pacific Theatre are wrapping up with some of their year-end projects. First up is Jordi Mann’s Between The Sheets (Jun 21-24), delving into the complexities of motherhood, marriage and infidelity.

Between the Sheets
Between the Sheets

Rumors

No that is not a typo, its American. Neil Simon’s Rumors (Jun 23-25) takes place in New York City as three couples gather for a tenth anniversary party, but the host and hostess are nowhere to be seen. Was that a gunshot? Part of Western Gold Theatre’s staged reading series.

Rumors
Rumors

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