Tagged Christopher Gaze

Coriolanus: Our Portraits

Guest post by visual artist Jonathan Sutton “ I’m always looking to merge my loves of Read More about Coriolanus: Our Portraits
AUGUST 21, 2019, VANCOUVER, B. C. – While the 30th season of Bard on the Beach Read More about Bard on the Beach Shakespeare Festival Announces its 2020 Season Lineup: Love, Wit, Warfare & More!

You may know him from our ‘In A Nutshell’ Village talks, or from the various Shakespearean characters he’s played, or as the one of the main voices in Barbie and Madeleine (yes that’s right!) but what does Artistic Director Christopher Gaze do in the day to day world of Bard?

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Our Revels Now Are Ended

As the mist rolled in to English Bay on Saturday evening, the actors of Twelfth Night donned their costumes for one last time and took to the stage for the final performance of the season. The packed house was treated not only to a phenomenal final performance, but a very special celebration afterwards – a long standing, closing night tradition where we give onstage recognition to the people who work to make Bard such a special place.

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A couple of months ago one of our Box Office agents asked a patron, while booking their tickets: “Do you have a preference for seating?” to which the patron replied: “I don’t know, WWCGS?”

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By Roanne Ward

Ever had a staff meeting where you found yourself fantasizing about a more stimulating life outside of work?

Read More about Valentine’s Day at Bard on the Beach…

In case you missed them on Urban Rush – here are three terrific interviews with Bard company members. Including artistic director Christopher Gaze, Mainstage actor Bernard Cuffling and King John director Dean Paul Gibson.

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