Gateway Theatre
Jade Circle
When & Where March 6 -17, 2024, evenings 7.30pm & mainees at 1pm on Mar 14 &17, Sun Mar 10 at 4pm | Gateway Theatre, Studio B, 6500 Gilbert Road, Richmond

This beautiful story will inspire you to rediscover and reclaim your mother tongue. Jade Circle is an experience not to be missed. This show is accessible to individuals who can understand only Mandarin, English, or both. As part of the show, subtitled text will be projected for audiences

Tickets $30, Student rush $25. Purchase online at:

Mitch and Murray Productions
An Intervention written by Mike Bartlett

When & Where March 8-17, 2024, evenings at 8pm, matinees: March 10, 13, & 17 at 1pm | Performance Works, 1218 Cartwright Street

An exploration of friendship, responsibility and the murky territory that exists at the boundary between them, two long time friends are deeply divided over a foreign war in the Middle East. The more present dilemma for them is one of intervention – when is it right to intervene in a friend’s personal conflict?

Tickets $15-$35 - Available online at:

The Dance Centre
Arno Schuitemaker: If You Could See Me Now

When & Where Thurs –Sat , March 14-16, 2024 at 8pm | Scotiabank Dance Centre, 677 Davie St, Vancouver

Dutch choreographer Arno Schuitemaker brings his mesmerizing work to Vancouver for the first time with If You Could See Me Now. A highly physical integration of movement, music and light, the work features three performers who take a chilled-out club dance and reinvent it through movement, rhythm and endurance. Performance goes right to the core of the body and its response to change, and asks: how do we keep going and move forward?

Tickets $35. $26 for students, seniors at


Arts Club Theatre Company On Tour
Made In Italy by Farren Timoteo

When & Where February 21 – April 2, 2024 | various venues across the Lower Mainland and BC
Meet Francesco Mantini, a second-generation Italian teen struggling to find his place in Jasper, Alberta. Inspired by pop culture icons Rocky Balboa and John Travolta, he reinvents himself as Frank Martin: crooner and ladies’ man. As buoyant and bubbly as a glass of prosecco.

Ticket prices vary according to venue and date of presentation. For details of venues, dates and prices visit:

ITSAZOO Productions
The Sunrise Betties by Cheyenne Rouleau
When & Where
Feb. 21 to Mar. 10, 2024, 8pm evenings + 2pm Sat Matinee | Russian Hall, 600 Campbell Avenue, Vancouver

Set in 1970s East Van, Cheyenne Rouleau‘s The Sunrise Betties is a hilariously subversive crime thriller involving an all-female street gang who inadvertently start a turf war with a prominent gangster and find their loyalty tested with the arrival of a crooked VPD officer promising protection.

Tickets $30 Regular, $20 Previews/Discounted Performance, $25 Student/Senior/Underemployed rate available on Feb. 27, 28 & March 4. Visit for details

Pacific Theatre with Eastside Story Guild

CHILD-ish by Sunny Drake

When & Where February 9 - March 9, 2024, evenings Wednesday-Thursday at 7:30pm, matinees on Saturday & Sunday at 2pm | Pacific Theatre, 1440 W. 12th Avenue

Adults speak children’s exact words about love, life, and the big questions in this new work by Canadian playwright Sunny Drake. Drawn from interviews with over 40 whip-smart and brutally honest kids and youth from the local community, CHILD-ish offers insights on everything from the climate crisis to how long it takes to build a spaceship.

Tickets $15-$40 available online at or by phone at 604.731.5518

The Firehall Arts Centre
Chelsea Hotel: The Songs of Leonard Cohen by Tracey Power and Steve Charles

When & Where February 3 – March 3, 2024. Media Opening: February 7 at 7:30pm Previews: February 3 at 7:30pm, February 4 at 3pm, February 6 at 7:30pm, February 7 at 1pm Performance Times at Tuesday-Saturday, 7:30pm & matinees on Saturday & Sunday at 3pm | Firehall Arts Centre, 280 E. Cordova

Haunted by memories of his tumultuous love life, a writer checks into New York’s infamous Chelsea Hotel desperate to find the words and inspiration for his next song. Wading through past relationships, he reluctantly comes face to face with the love of the present – a love he wishes he could not only forget, but erase from memory. Leonard Cohen’s powerful and inspirational music is the heartbeat for Chelsea Hotel.

Tickets from $40 for seats in the side sections of the theatre and $50 for centre seats. Purchase online:
Showtimes at Firehall Arts Centre