The Vancouver Fringe Theatre Society has just announced the programming for the Fringe Festival’s third offering, which runs October 29 to November 8 at Performance Works on Granville Island.
The lineup for this third round of staggered performances--which will feature a maximum capacity of 50 as per COVID-19 restrictions--includes:
Beirut: Alan Browne's exploration of love and crime during a pandemic. (Oct. 29 & 31, Nov. 1-2, 4 & 8, various times.)
Irreparable Harm? A Tale of the Trans Mountain Resistance: Mairy Beam's play based on transcripts from the B.C. Supreme court sessions where activists were on trial for protesting the pipeline expansion. (Oct. 29 & 31, Nov. 1, 4 & 6-7, various times.)
TrudeauMania, The Musical: a musical trip through the life of former Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau. (Oct. 30-31, Nov. 1, 5, & 7-8, various times.)
Digital Fracture: VOICES: a play by Theatre Terrific that uses gesture, recorded audio and visual media to asks us to step away from the screen and transition into deeper self-awareness and connection. (Oct. 30-31, Nov. 3 & 7-8, various times.)
Tickets are $15 and available online at www.vancouverfringe.com. The Fringe membership fee, which is required to purchase festival tickets, starts at $7.