Add Some 60’s to Your Shakespeare

Mary/ July 4, 2016

I love Bard on the Beach. Take a summer evening, add a live performance and place it in lovely ocean-front Vanier Park… doesn’t get much better than that in Vancouver. All you Shakespeare

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Blown away by BOOM

Mary/ January 28, 2016

I’m still basking in the wonder, the sheer joy of seeing an amazing performance. Last night I saw BOOM at the Arts Club Theatre Granville Island Stage. It was fantastic. Rick Miller wrote,

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Loving it Live

Mary/ November 25, 2015

  It’s a cornucopia of performing arts treats this week…what a joy to see live theatre and music. I listen to CD’s and my iPod a lot, for sure, but nothing is like

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Worth Waiting For

Mary/ October 29, 2015

Morris Panych is brilliant. Gifted actor, playwright and director, he has wooed me before with his play “7 Stories” and this latest work, “The Waiting Room” at the Arts Club Granville Island last

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Bliss, Found in Unlikely Places

Mary/ July 6, 2015

It’s 90 degrees outside, and I’m in the house on my hands and knees, scrubbing the ceiling, walls and baseboards in the bathroom, dripping with sweat, my hands raw from the tri-sodium phosphate

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Quiet Hearts

Mary/ May 1, 2015

My heart found a place to be quiet, to relax, to rest, to soak up beauty. Beauty in the form of sound. I attended Quiet Hearts at St. Andrews Wesley Church on Burrard

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We Luv NDub

Mary/ March 1, 2015

There is something amazingly passionate going on at New Westminster Secondary School. It was a love fest Thursday as our group of book club moms attended Footloose, the musical put on by the

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Arts Triple Header

Mary/ February 18, 2015

The other week was a cultural collision of three events over five days. I’m exhausted but it was so much fun! It happens every once in a while that my seasons tickets for

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Yes, We Are the Sultans….

Mary/ November 4, 2014

I love the VSO Pops concerts and I have season’s tickets to this series.  It never disappoints. Saturday night’s first offering featured the “Sultans of String”, Canada’s “ambassadors of musical diversity”.  They performed

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