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Kill Me Now

A Touchstone Theatre Production

Jake is a single dad and cares for his teen son, Joey, who has a severe disability. Touchstone Artistic Director, Roy Surette directs this frank, fearless and ferociously funny play.

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 East End Blues & All That Jazz

A Vancouver Moving Theatre production

A hit tribute to the East End’s historic Black residential community returns to the Firehall stage after a sold old run in 2011.  Featuring a stellar ensemble of singers and musicians, East End Blues is a soul stirring evening of gospel and blues, jazz and memories, and remarkable historic photos.

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The Enemy

A Firehall Arts Centre Production/Presentation

In this contemporary interpretation of Henrik Ibsen’s An Enemy of the People contamination is discovered in the community’s water source. Economic benefits vs. Community health and well-being. Who is the enemy?

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Bombay Black

A Firehall Arts Centre Production/Presentation

The lives of an Indian exotic dancer and her embittered mother are altered when a blind stranger visits them. Poetic, mythic, funny and brave this searing play is set in the bitter reality of India and wowed audiences at the 2017 Vancouver Fringe Festival, winning a “Pick of the Fringe Award”.

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Solstice Greetings

A Firehall Arts Centre Production/Presentation
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Circle Game: Reimagining the Music of Joni Mitchell

A Firehall Arts Centre Production/Presentation

This powerful interpretation of Joni Mitchell music returns to the Firehall stage.  

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The Good Bride

An Alley Theatre/Firehal l Arts Centre production

A one-woman comedy about a Quiverfull Christian girl.

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Marine Life

A Ruby Slippers Theatre production in association with The Firehall Arts Centre

This smart new play asks whether our failings at human intimacy are inextricably linked to our failure to protect our planet.

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The Tashme Project: The Living Archives

A verbatim theatre project

Award-winning play that traces the history and common experience of the Nisei through childhood, WW2 internment and post-war resettlement east of the Rockies.

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Gold Mountain – Turtle Island

A Firehall Arts Centre Production/Presentation

A musical love story set in the early fifties between a young First Nation’s woman and a Chinese café worker set on the North Coast and in Vancouver’s Chinatown.

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