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AUGUST 21, 2019, VANCOUVER, B. C. – While the 30th season of Bard on the Beach continues until September 21, Artistic Director Christopher Gaze has …

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This year’s production of Shakespeare in Love features two adorable and talented dogs, Kingsley and PorkChop. We wanted to know what our canine stars are…

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Inspired by our beloved 2007 production, The Taming of the Shrew returns to the BMO Mainstage, directed by Lois Anderson, and riding tall with pistols{"type": "audio", "tracklist": true, "tracknumbers": true, "images": false, "artists": false, "tracks": [{"src": "https: \/\/bardonthebeach. org\/wp-content\/uploads\/2019\/08\/Prologue-Edit-Hole-in-My-Shoe-V3. wav", "type": "audio\/wav", "title": "Prologue Edit (Hole in My Shoe)", "caption": "Sound Designer Malcolm Dow's Prologue Edit (Hole in My Shoe)", "description": "\"Prologue Edit (Hole in My Shoe) V3\". ", "meta": {"length_formatted": "2: 59"}, "image": {"src": "https: \/\/bardonthebeach. org\/wp-includes\/images\/media\/audio. png", "width": 48, "height": 64}, "thumb": {"src": "https: \/\/bardonthebeach. org\/wp-includes\/images\/media\/audio. png", "width": 48, "height": 64}}]}{"type": "audio", "tracklist": true, "tracknumbers": true, "images": true, "artists": true, "tracks": [{"src": "https: \/\/bardonthebeach. org\/wp-content\/uploads\/2019\/08\/12-Bell-Tower_-Medium-pitched-Bell-Tolls-Five-Times-Slow-Me. mp3", "type": "audio\/mpeg", "title": "12 Bell Tower", "caption": "12 Bell Tower | Medium Pitched", "description": "12 Bell Tower Medium-Pitched | Bell Tolls Five Times Slow", "meta": {"genre": "SFX", "length_formatted": "0: 40"}, "image": {"src": "https: \/\/bardonthebeach. org\/wp-includes\/images\/media\/audio. png", "width": 48, "height": 64}, "thumb": {"src": "https: \/\/bardonthebeach. org\/wp-includes\/images\/media\/audio. png", "width": 48, "height": 64}}]}{"type": "audio", "tracklist": true, "tracknumbers": true, "images": true, "artists": true, "tracks": [{"src": "https: \/\/bardonthebeach. org\/wp-content\/uploads\/2019\/08\/Farmyard_Dog_03. wav", "type": "audio\/wav", "title": "Farmyard Dog", "caption": "Farmyard Dog", "description": "Farmyard Dog", "meta": {"length_formatted": "0: 25"}, "image": {"src": "https: \/\/bardonthebeach. org\/wp-includes\/images\/media\/audio. png", "width": 48, "height": 64}, "thumb": {"src": "https: \/\/bardonthebeach. org\/wp-includes\/images\/media\/audio. png", "width": 48, "height": 64}}]}…

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August 8, 2019, Vancouver, BC - Bard on the Beach Shakespeare Festival is set to round out its 30th Anniversary Season in Vanier Park, with …

Read More about Bard on the Beach Presents Coriolanus on the Howard Family Stage to Complete the 30th Season of Western Canada’s Largest Shakespeare Festival

Word under the tent is…

Our patrons are our best critics! We're half way through the 2019 Season and here's what they've had to say so far about The Taming…

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The Shakespeare in Love Company | Photo: Tim MathesonThis is Bard on the Beach's first production of the stage adaptation of the Oscar-winning movie, …

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Have you ever wondered how our actors memorize the 400-year-old words of the Bard?

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What on the Beach?

You’ve no doubt heard that this year is the 400th anniversary of William Shakespeare’s passing on April 23, 1616. His legacy and the timeless quality of his works is being celebrated around the world, and so of course it’s a special year for us at Bard. Read on for some of our favourite ways to honour William Shakespeare – this Saturday and always…

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Our patrons support Bard on the Beach in many different ways – from buying tickets, to volunteering, to becoming a Member. We are grateful that so many have made Bard a part of their lives.  A tangible way of supporting Bard is to dedicate a chair in one of our theatres, affixed with a plaque engraved with a special message on the selected chair.  Patrons choose to dedicate their chairs for many reasons – remembering a loved one, celebrating an anniversary or honouring a specific person.

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