Tony winner Jason Robert Brown performing in Vancouver

I have some amazing breaking news for all Vancouver musical-theatre fans and performers.  Tony Award winning composer Jason Robert Brown (Parade, The Last Five Years) will be in attendance for the Friday, August 21st showing of Songs For A New World (click here for my review) at Pacific Theatre and will also be performing a post-show concert.

For Friday the 21st only, tickets will be $65 all-inclusive; don’t miss this once in a lifetime opportunity!

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2 responses to “Tony winner Jason Robert Brown performing in Vancouver

  1. Im an actor from the Capilano Musical Theatre program. I just now came across your site and while I commend you on your effort to inform the public on the musicals in Vancouver, you sir have missed several shows.

    The Threepenny Opera: A rarely done musical but stunning production design and standout performers Exit 22 at Capilano University

    Bye Bye Birdie. Also fantastic production designs as well as a fun and talented actors at Studio 58 at Langara College

    Reefer Madness, by a small local company. Small yet packed with talent , at the PAL theatre I see nothing on here.

    Flower Drum Song, an older, dated but gem of musical theatre history by Rodgers and Hammerstein produced by Vancouver Asian Canadian Theatre which ran for 3 weeks in may/june

    Titanic: musical in concert by Applause. A beautiful and haunting show that had a short 4 day run in may. Nothing

    Maybe its time you had a few more people working with you to ensure you actually cover everything in Vancouver.

    I suggest getting in contact with the Ovation Award committee which I also sit on, local awards for the musical theatre companies. Please contact me and I will gladly get you a ticket for reviewing the evening.

  2. Thanks for the feedback, it’s always appreciated. I actually saw most of those shows and would have reviewed them, but this blog wasn’t started until mid-June of this year (after most of those shows had already opened, and/or closed). I will cop to missing Reefer Madness, about which I heard nothing but good things.

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