This summer, under the tents at Vanier Park in Vancouver, BC, you can see A Midsummer Night's Dream, The Tempest, and Cymbeline, as well as the play Equivocation by Bill Cain.
The maestro inventor trope gets the ZinZanni treatment in this new production, which comes equipped with an "airborne femme fatale, a pliant puppet, and wisecracking pranksters." Starring Voronin, Elena Gatilova, Dreya Weber, and others. $99-$143.
Jokes with a side of chicken parm. Folks who've appeared at recent Flipside shows: Harrold Gomez, Jen Seaman, Jubal Flagg, Gabriel Rutledge, and others. Free.
Comedy that occurs below the earth's surface. $6-$20.
The city of Auburn would like to remind you that things (comedy, music, musicals) periodically happen at the historic and beautiful Auburn Avenue Theater.
The Can Can Castaways, as we've often said in The Stranger, are like a gateway drug for modern dance. People show up at the subterranean, red-lit bar, order a few drinks, and expect to see some hardbodies dancing—they get that. But what they also get is an imaginative team of dancers and designers (often the dancers are the designers), who create dreamscapes from the Moulin Rouge to a bondage club in Tokyo. $10-$45.