What’s happening in theatre in March: Pooh for kids, Mine for teens, Tailbone for adults and more

Mine. Claire Haigh photo.

A new play that looks at mother-son relationships through a gaming perspective is among the theatre highlights for March. Also, look for the Arts Club’s production of the award-winning Carried Away on the Crest of a Wave, about the devastation wrought by the 2004 tsunami.

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What’s happening in theatre in March: Pooh for kids, Mine for teens, Tailbone for adults and more

Last chance to see Mamma Mia!, Born Yesterday, and Bard on the Beach

Leah Beaudry, along with creators Laura Carly Miller and Sydney Doberstein, star in Deep Into Darkness, a new, immersive theatre experience inspired by Edgar Allen Poe. Photo-Phoebe Miu.

A 150-minute original immersive theatre production inspired by Edgar Allan Poe is the only new theatre production we could find for this month. August is truly the dog-days of theatre; most of what’s up are holdovers from earlier in the season, as local companies prepare for their next season.

So the next weeks represent the last chance to see productions of Mamma Mia!, Born Yesterday (the play that was the source for the 1950 movie starring Judy Holliday), and Bard on the Beach’s annual Shakespeare shows. Stay tuned for more excitement from the Vancouver theatre scene as we inch towards the fall.

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Last chance to see Mamma Mia!, Born Yesterday, and Bard on the Beach

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