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By Graeme Wiggins VANCOUVER – Comedy exists in a precarious space in the public forum. On one hand, it relies…

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Places Please: October 2014

Friday 03rd, October 2014 / 18:13

By Team BeatRoute

VANCOUVER —

Rebel Women
Created and directed by Joan Bryans
Oct. 3 – 12 at Presentation House, North Vancouver
Oct. 16 – Nov. 1 at Metro Theatre, Vancouver
Virtual Spark Theatre

PlacesPlease - Rebel WomenJoan Bryans creates a verbatim theatre piece from actual accounts of militant suffragettes in early 20th century England. A period piece that remembers a seminal moment of feminist history, the characters hail from all over the British Empire including Canada, India and England and even bring some musical numbers to the stage. It runs for the whole month in two different theatres. For more information, visit http://www.vitalsparktheatre.com.

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By Denise Clarke
Oct. 21 – 25
Firehall Arts Centre, 280 E. Cordova
A One Yellow Rabbit Production

Combining dramatic monologue, dance and music, Denise Clark’s new show is a highly personal journey inspired by a year of mourning and her self-created “Cheering Up Program”. If you like personal, autobiographical-inspired pieces, it’s certainly your kind of show. For more ticket information, visit http://firehallartscentre.ca/whats-on/.

The Rain Maker
By N. Richard Nash
Oct. 10 – Nov. 1
Pacific Theatre, 1440 12 Ave.

This domestic, prairie romance takes the audience into the life of Lizzie and her family’s farm run dry from a drought. A mysterious man shows up one night claiming to sell rain. Is he a con man or the answer to the family’s prayers? For show and ticket information, visit www.pacifictheatre.org.

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