We’re excited to be selling tickets for the Vancouver Fringe Festival Previews, hosted at Havana Theatre! Tickets for these preview performances are available now for just $11.50 each! That’s less than during the Fringe itself! And no Fringe Membership is required! Squeeze in more shows into your Fringe experience. All performances take place at Havana Theatre on Commercial Drive, August 29-31.
August 29, 2019 at 7:30pm
Old-ish won the Pick of the Fringe Award at the 2018 Nanaimo Fringe. It's about aging and death only WAY funnier! Susan’s fifth one-woman comedy travels the hilarious, rocky road from denial to grudging acceptance of getting older. Her most recent Vancouver hit, Spilling Family Secrets garnered rave reviews at Fringe Festivals across Canada.
“Freedman sparkles … instantly likeable ... you don’t need to be old to appreciate Old-ish.” —Winnipeg Free Press
Reviews from previous shows:
“Pithy and hilarious observations about getting older.” —the Georgia Straight
****1/2 “Riveting storyteller.” —Edmonton Sun
August 29, 2019 at 9:30pm
If you could suddenly feel what a stranger feels or know what they know, how would it change the way you understand people, the world, or even yourself? Connect invites participants to rediscover the miracle of real “non-digital” human connection through a unique blend of participatory theatre, storytelling, and cutting-edge science.
August 30, 2019 at 7:30pm
A wildly dizzying whirl of juggling, giggling, magic and movement, puppetry, PJs, circus and socks, totally tangled together! A unicyclist careens on stage, unpacking a quirky world of clothes-pin towers, erratic toothbrushes and gargantuan grins. Objects swirl into chaotic creation as Janoah constructs a performing-partner puppet from piles of props!
“Silly escapism, and I mean that as a great compliment. ... This artist makes a choice to play before each bit. Like a child on a fancy playground, but mixed with the adult’s years of training.” —First Looks, PortFringe Festival
|Democracy: A Short Farce
August 30, 2019 at 9:30pm
A dollmaker’s wife, caught between determined guerrillas and a corrupt government, wields the second law of thermodynamics and a broom to find a democratic solution. Much fun ensues.
|Where the Quiet Queers Are
August 31, 2019 at 7:30pm
She said, “How many of us build our families from our friends?” Two friends build an unlikely home in each other in the face of exhaustion, rising rent, and messy relationships. Using choral music, a cappella soundscape, and spoken poetry as the medium, this ensemble explores where the quiet queers go, and how to find family in a transient city.