“The Maltese Falcon” meets Mel Brooks in the outrageous farce “Bullshot Crummond”
Our hero Bullshot is summoned to rescue Professor Fenton, kidnapped by the malevolent German spies Otto von Brunno and his evil mistress Lenya.
Can Bullshot Crummond outwit the wicked von Brunnos, save the Professor and his guileless daughter Rosemary all the while defending the honour of the British Empire?
Can a small theatre contain a plane crash, a car chase, a saber duel, and death by dynamite?
Can you afford not to find out?
by Norm Foster, directed by Rita Arhipov
It all starts when Andy divulges to his friend Matt that he would like to meet a woman and be in a steady relationship. Meanwhile at the gym, Val is confiding to her friend Nina that she has been trying to figure out a way to meet a guy and is definitely not interested in any one night stands. Andy takes out a classified ad that Val answers; but only agrees to meet if it is a double date. The four middle-aged singles meet in a bar and experience a plethora of awkward, embarrassing and hilarious moments and miscommunications and romance.
“Looking, by Canadian playwright Norm Foster, is everything you’d want in an adult romantic comedy. It’s smart, sexy and, most of all, extremely funny. Ladies note: This is a play that the guys in your life are going to love too. If you’re looking for an entertaining two hours of theatre, look no further.” Lynn Peppas for the Port Colborne Tribune
First Impressions Theatre and director Rita Arhipov’s terrific cast for Looking has Dan Weber, Bill Lawrie, Tina Spencer (all three who played in our recent blockbuster production of In-Laws, Outlaws and Other People (That Should Be Shot) and introduces to this theatre the very talented Danielle Lemon. Set design is by Colleen Rae Lornie and properties by Audrey Grisdale.
In a rehearsal room, 2 actors rehearse a scene about the beginning of an affair under the watchful eye of their director..or is it a description of what actually happened as told to a therapist? Or is it a play about 2 actors and a director caught in a web of lies and denial? And who is the mysterious woman that appears in several roles…
An Evening with Jim Byrnes and Special Guest Babe Gurr
Friday and Saturday, January 31 and February 1, 2014 at 8:00 pm , Deep Cove Shaw Theatre, North Vancouver
A Special Fundraising Concert for First Impressions Theatre
Back by popular demand and becoming an annual tradition – get your tickets early, so that you won’t be disappointed! – Both concerts sold out quickly in 2009, 2011, 2012 & 2013.
A rare chance to see two of Canada’s finest recording artists performing their songs in such an intimate setting. Come hear these talented writers sing and tell, sharing their songs, their stories, and their journeys, for a truly inspiring and uniquely entertaining experience – this special fundraising concert is on for two nights only!
Jim Byrnes was involved with fundraising to get the theatre built and has provided his continued support by headlining concerts at the theatre over the past twenty years. Babe Gurr is also no stranger to this venue…..she has lent her talents to the fundraising concerts as well throughout the years and always enjoys performing at this intimate and welcoming venue.