Posts Tagged: play

| 2018/19 Season

Discover the Martha Cohen Theatre!

On April 3rd, we announced our 47th season line-up of Defining Moments, and asked a few members of the ATP family to tell us about their favourite seats in our home of the Martha Cohen Theatre. Read on to learn about Manisha, Kara, and Sharon’s recommendations!
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| Events, GLORY

This Week at ATP

You can join us at ATP all season long for fun and friendly events where audiences and artists meet and mingle to explore the themes of the plays and celebrate the art of live theatre. Plus: all Exchange events are included with the purchase of your ticket! Read on to find out what we have planned for this week’s Exchange events.

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| Constellations

This Week at ATP

You can join us at ATP all season long for fun and friendly events where audiences and artists meet and mingle to explore the themes of the plays and celebrate the art of live theatre. Read on to find out what we have planned for this week’s Exchange events and special performances.

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| Empire of the Son

5 Things to Know about Empire of the Son

Empire of the Son is Tetsuro Shigematsu’s west coast hit show that has Canadians charmed, and now it’s in the Martha Cohen Theatre for the second half of the 32nd Annual High Performance Rodeo! What’s Empire of the Son all about, and why was it created? Here are five things to know about this fan favourite production by Vancouver Asian Canadian Theatre (VACT):

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| Empire of the Son

This Week’s Exchange Events at ATP

You can join us at ATP all season long for fun and friendly events where audiences and artists meet and mingle to explore the themes of the plays and celebrate the art of live theatre. Plus: all Exchange events are included with the purchase of your ticket! Read on to find out what we have planned for this week’s Empire of the Son Exchange events.

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| To the Light

Virginia Woolf makes a comeback

As one of the most iconic female authors of the 20th century, Virginia Woolf has been a fixture on reading lists for English literature courses for decades. But lately she’s been spotted somewhere new: in popular entertainment.

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