Making its world premier at the 2017 Vancouver Fringe, a new insightful and thought-provoking play that takes a revelatory look behind the 2016 election from award-winning Australian artist Ali Kennedy Scott.
Drawing from interviews with psychologists, scientists, and voters from both sides of the aisle, Just Not That Woman examines the forces at play during the 2016 election. Using verbatim text, magic and multi-media, this new solo work investigates the tricks and tactics used by campaigners and entertainers, as well as the implicit biases lurking inside us all.
Just Not That Woman unpacks one of the greatest shows on earth, and illuminates the factors that contributed to its surprising twist.
Places to go nearby approx. 15 minutes away
Modern pan-Latin tapas and classic cocktails in a room.More info
Ask for Luigi
Casual, intimate restaurant specializes in handmade pasta. Excellent antipasti. Family-style dishes. Brunch.More info
Finch's Tea & Coffee House
British teashop haven serving pastries, soups, and 20 sandwiches.More info
The Mackenzie Room
Honest, fresh West Coast-inspired fare with a rotating menu of taps, off-menu items, and local beverages.More info
Las Vegas–style lounge with vintage cocktails and classic dishes.More info
Hip hangout in Gastown. Good appetizer list.More info