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Merry Kiss-Mas - Improvised Parody Monday December 24 2018 at 2:00 PM

The Improv Centre
× VTS Channel presents Merry Kiss-mas - an Improvised Parody romantic comedy that celebrates all the inane clichés and funny awkward moments you’d expect to see in any popular TV holiday-themed special or films like Love Actually. The improvised ‘plot’ and characters are driven by suggestions from you, our audience. This show is about celebrating those amazing movies we love to watch at Christmas whether we admit it or not – you know the ones - the super cheese-y, super fun, super formulaic warm-hearted shows. We all know there’s a happy ending, what happens before that is where the fun and surprises are found.

Give yourself the gift of laughter this season and join us – it’s way better than receiving a lump of coal.

Year in Review - 90 Wednesday December 26 2018 at 7:30 PM

The Improv Centre
× Laugh Out the Old Year and Welcome the New with VTSL’s Year in Review

(Vancouver, BC) – Elections, legalized pot, climate change, ‘affordable’ housing (or lack thereof), internet hacks, and perennial Vancouver favourite – bike lanes, dominated the headlines in 2018. Bid farewell to all this doom and gloom as Vancouver TheatreSports’™ 2018 Year in Review takes an improvised look at these top stories and adds a much-needed comedic perspective as we prepare for the coming year. No event is safe from ridicule and, as always, the scenarios will be based on audience suggestions challenging our quick-witted improvisers to create instant, unscripted comedy. While much of 2018 was no laughing matter, our cast will have you crying tears of joy at their in-the-moment reinterpretations of the news that was, and you’ll leave the theatre feeling lighter and happier.

Year in Review - 90 Thursday December 27 2018 at 7:30 PM

The Improv Centre
× Laugh Out the Old Year and Welcome the New with VTSL’s Year in Review

(Vancouver, BC) – Elections, legalized pot, climate change, ‘affordable’ housing (or lack thereof), internet hacks, and perennial Vancouver favourite – bike lanes, dominated the headlines in 2018. Bid farewell to all this doom and gloom as Vancouver TheatreSports’™ 2018 Year in Review takes an improvised look at these top stories and adds a much-needed comedic perspective as we prepare for the coming year. No event is safe from ridicule and, as always, the scenarios will be based on audience suggestions challenging our quick-witted improvisers to create instant, unscripted comedy. While much of 2018 was no laughing matter, our cast will have you crying tears of joy at their in-the-moment reinterpretations of the news that was, and you’ll leave the theatre feeling lighter and happier.

Year in Review - 90 Friday December 28 2018 at 7:30 PM

The Improv Centre
× Laugh Out the Old Year and Welcome the New with VTSL’s Year in Review

(Vancouver, BC) – Elections, legalized pot, climate change, ‘affordable’ housing (or lack thereof), internet hacks, and perennial Vancouver favourite – bike lanes, dominated the headlines in 2018. Bid farewell to all this doom and gloom as Vancouver TheatreSports’™ 2018 Year in Review takes an improvised look at these top stories and adds a much-needed comedic perspective as we prepare for the coming year. No event is safe from ridicule and, as always, the scenarios will be based on audience suggestions challenging our quick-witted improvisers to create instant, unscripted comedy. While much of 2018 was no laughing matter, our cast will have you crying tears of joy at their in-the-moment reinterpretations of the news that was, and you’ll leave the theatre feeling lighter and happier.

Year in Review - 90 Friday December 28 2018 at 9:30 PM

The Improv Centre
× Laugh Out the Old Year and Welcome the New with VTSL’s Year in Review

(Vancouver, BC) – Elections, legalized pot, climate change, ‘affordable’ housing (or lack thereof), internet hacks, and perennial Vancouver favourite – bike lanes, dominated the headlines in 2018. Bid farewell to all this doom and gloom as Vancouver TheatreSports’™ 2018 Year in Review takes an improvised look at these top stories and adds a much-needed comedic perspective as we prepare for the coming year. No event is safe from ridicule and, as always, the scenarios will be based on audience suggestions challenging our quick-witted improvisers to create instant, unscripted comedy. While much of 2018 was no laughing matter, our cast will have you crying tears of joy at their in-the-moment reinterpretations of the news that was, and you’ll leave the theatre feeling lighter and happier.

Nutcracker Suites Saturday December 29 2018 at 5:00 PM

The Improv Centre
× This winter season enjoy the Karen Flamenco Dance Company performance of Tchaikovsky's classical Nutcracker Suites.

Let the Karen Flamenco Dance Company bring you into the Season spirit with Spanish dances performed to the favourite melodies of the Nutcracker suites. Traditional flamenco dance and sing will also be present as the company brings this magical story to life.

Traditional dance music and song will be performed by flamenco guitarist Gerardo Alcala and singer Jafelin Helten.

Artistic Directory: Karen Pitkethly
Karen Flamenco Dance Company: Aysha Majeed, Layla Salah, Mikela Gnyp, Nikola Tucakov, Thalia Hernandez-De Paoli, Veronica Hernandez-De Paoli, Yeva Morenets
Narrator: Gerardo Avila
Photo Credit: David Cooper

Year in Review - 90 Saturday December 29 2018 at 7:30 PM

The Improv Centre
× Laugh Out the Old Year and Welcome the New with VTSL’s Year in Review

(Vancouver, BC) – Elections, legalized pot, climate change, ‘affordable’ housing (or lack thereof), internet hacks, and perennial Vancouver favourite – bike lanes, dominated the headlines in 2018. Bid farewell to all this doom and gloom as Vancouver TheatreSports’™ 2018 Year in Review takes an improvised look at these top stories and adds a much-needed comedic perspective as we prepare for the coming year. No event is safe from ridicule and, as always, the scenarios will be based on audience suggestions challenging our quick-witted improvisers to create instant, unscripted comedy. While much of 2018 was no laughing matter, our cast will have you crying tears of joy at their in-the-moment reinterpretations of the news that was, and you’ll leave the theatre feeling lighter and happier.

Year in Review - 90 Saturday December 29 2018 at 9:30 PM

The Improv Centre
× Laugh Out the Old Year and Welcome the New with VTSL’s Year in Review

(Vancouver, BC) – Elections, legalized pot, climate change, ‘affordable’ housing (or lack thereof), internet hacks, and perennial Vancouver favourite – bike lanes, dominated the headlines in 2018. Bid farewell to all this doom and gloom as Vancouver TheatreSports’™ 2018 Year in Review takes an improvised look at these top stories and adds a much-needed comedic perspective as we prepare for the coming year. No event is safe from ridicule and, as always, the scenarios will be based on audience suggestions challenging our quick-witted improvisers to create instant, unscripted comedy. While much of 2018 was no laughing matter, our cast will have you crying tears of joy at their in-the-moment reinterpretations of the news that was, and you’ll leave the theatre feeling lighter and happier.

Year in Review - 90 Sunday December 30 2018 at 7:30 PM

The Improv Centre
× Laugh Out the Old Year and Welcome the New with VTSL’s Year in Review

(Vancouver, BC) – Elections, legalized pot, climate change, ‘affordable’ housing (or lack thereof), internet hacks, and perennial Vancouver favourite – bike lanes, dominated the headlines in 2018. Bid farewell to all this doom and gloom as Vancouver TheatreSports’™ 2018 Year in Review takes an improvised look at these top stories and adds a much-needed comedic perspective as we prepare for the coming year. No event is safe from ridicule and, as always, the scenarios will be based on audience suggestions challenging our quick-witted improvisers to create instant, unscripted comedy. While much of 2018 was no laughing matter, our cast will have you crying tears of joy at their in-the-moment reinterpretations of the news that was, and you’ll leave the theatre feeling lighter and happier.