Bard on the Beach – Enjoy and Learn at All’s Well That Ends Well – a review

All’s Well That Ends Well provides excellent performances from its female actors. Patel and Parmar are amazing in their roles, bringing joy, sorrow, wistfulness and determinati/Users/valerievdg/Desktop/bard alls well.jpgon to their parts.

Carousel Theatre for Young People, Teen Shakespeare The Winter’s Tale – July 26 to August 10

King Leontes and King Polixenes are childhood friends but a tragic misunderstanding drives them a part and thrusts those they love into an incredible adventure. A story of joy, forgiveness, and the timeless power of love.

Tickets now on sale for 2019-2020 Vancouver Opera Season featuring Verdi, Rossini and the west coast premiere of Another Brick in the Wall at the QE Theatre

“Never has there been a more exciting time for Vancouver Opera as we prepare to welcome traditional and new work to our stages with two opera classics and a West Coast premiere,” said Kim Gaynor, Vancouver Opera General Director.

Bard on the Beach celebrates 30 years with the fast-paced and festive Shakespeare in Love.

Now, I am one who loves to study Shakespeare.  But in truth, very little is known about the artistic life of the Bard and the evolution of his literary genius.  Shakespeare in Love (originally a movie by Marc Norman and Tom Stoppard) captured the imagination of audiences everywhere in 1998.

Bard on the Beach Returns for Its 30th Season with the Devilishly Delightful Taming of the Shrew!

As part of their vision for the Bard’s 30th anniversary season, artistic director Christopher Gaze and Executive Director Clare Sakaki are “looking both to the past and to the future” in their programming this year.  As a result, the BOTB is revisiting (and evolving) its immensely popular spaghetti western: Shrew (2007).