This week our picks include a production of the musical Hair that still finds relevance, a new play from the frank theatre company exploring racism in the LGBTQ community, and African Dreams, the inaugural gallery exhibition for Vancouver artist Ariel Clearwater.
[dropcap]1[/dropcap] “Flow it, show it, long as God can grow it”. There is only a week left to see Hair (until Jul 2) at The Shop Theatre in Vancouver but we hear tickets are getting tougher to get. For good reason too. What our reviewer said is filled with “an outpouring of love and hope“, you should make this Summer of Love musical a must-see this summer.
[dropcap]2[/dropcap] The frank theatre company, Vancouver’s professional queer theatre company, presents The Pink Line (Jun 26) at this year’s Queer Arts Festival. A sometimes funny and probing new performance exploring racism in Vancouver’s queer community, The Pink Line explores the notions of home, feelings of isolation, and delves into the stories through the lens of queer folks of colour.
[dropcap]3[/dropcap] Vancouver artist Ariel Clearwater gets her first gallery showing with African Dreams (until Jun 30) at The Beaumont Studios. Inspired by her love for animals, Clearwater uses oils for her vivid paintings of African animals.