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October 2017
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Thanks for Giving

October 6 @ 8:00 pm - 11:00 pm
Granville Island Stage,
1585 Johnston St, Vancouver, BC Canada
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A new Canadian play written by Nlaka’pamux actor and playwright Kevin Loring premieres at the Arts Club next month. Thanks for Giving uses a family’s Thanksgiving dinner to bring to the table themes of colonial history, legacy, and family tension. “I wanted to turn the Thanksgiving dinner on its head and use it as an opportunity to re-examine the narrative of this holiday as it relates to our colonial history,” Loring explains. “I also wanted to explore how that history…

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Thanks for Giving

October 7 @ 8:00 pm - 11:00 pm
Granville Island Stage,
1585 Johnston St, Vancouver, BC Canada
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A new Canadian play written by Nlaka’pamux actor and playwright Kevin Loring premieres at the Arts Club next month. Thanks for Giving uses a family’s Thanksgiving dinner to bring to the table themes of colonial history, legacy, and family tension. “I wanted to turn the Thanksgiving dinner on its head and use it as an opportunity to re-examine the narrative of this holiday as it relates to our colonial history,” Loring explains. “I also wanted to explore how that history…

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Thanks for Giving

October 13 @ 8:00 pm - 11:00 pm
Granville Island Stage,
1585 Johnston St, Vancouver, BC Canada
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A new Canadian play written by Nlaka’pamux actor and playwright Kevin Loring premieres at the Arts Club next month. Thanks for Giving uses a family’s Thanksgiving dinner to bring to the table themes of colonial history, legacy, and family tension. “I wanted to turn the Thanksgiving dinner on its head and use it as an opportunity to re-examine the narrative of this holiday as it relates to our colonial history,” Loring explains. “I also wanted to explore how that history…

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Thanks for Giving

October 14 @ 8:00 pm - 11:00 pm
Granville Island Stage,
1585 Johnston St, Vancouver, BC Canada
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A new Canadian play written by Nlaka’pamux actor and playwright Kevin Loring premieres at the Arts Club next month. Thanks for Giving uses a family’s Thanksgiving dinner to bring to the table themes of colonial history, legacy, and family tension. “I wanted to turn the Thanksgiving dinner on its head and use it as an opportunity to re-examine the narrative of this holiday as it relates to our colonial history,” Loring explains. “I also wanted to explore how that history…

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Thanks for Giving

October 20 @ 8:00 pm - 11:00 pm
Granville Island Stage,
1585 Johnston St, Vancouver, BC Canada
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A new Canadian play written by Nlaka’pamux actor and playwright Kevin Loring premieres at the Arts Club next month. Thanks for Giving uses a family’s Thanksgiving dinner to bring to the table themes of colonial history, legacy, and family tension. “I wanted to turn the Thanksgiving dinner on its head and use it as an opportunity to re-examine the narrative of this holiday as it relates to our colonial history,” Loring explains. “I also wanted to explore how that history…

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Thanks for Giving

October 21 @ 8:00 pm - 11:00 pm
Granville Island Stage,
1585 Johnston St, Vancouver, BC Canada
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A new Canadian play written by Nlaka’pamux actor and playwright Kevin Loring premieres at the Arts Club next month. Thanks for Giving uses a family’s Thanksgiving dinner to bring to the table themes of colonial history, legacy, and family tension. “I wanted to turn the Thanksgiving dinner on its head and use it as an opportunity to re-examine the narrative of this holiday as it relates to our colonial history,” Loring explains. “I also wanted to explore how that history…

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Thanks for Giving

October 27 @ 8:00 pm - 11:00 pm
Granville Island Stage,
1585 Johnston St, Vancouver, BC Canada
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A new Canadian play written by Nlaka’pamux actor and playwright Kevin Loring premieres at the Arts Club next month. Thanks for Giving uses a family’s Thanksgiving dinner to bring to the table themes of colonial history, legacy, and family tension. “I wanted to turn the Thanksgiving dinner on its head and use it as an opportunity to re-examine the narrative of this holiday as it relates to our colonial history,” Loring explains. “I also wanted to explore how that history…

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Thanks for Giving

October 28 @ 8:00 pm - 11:00 pm
Granville Island Stage,
1585 Johnston St, Vancouver, BC Canada
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A new Canadian play written by Nlaka’pamux actor and playwright Kevin Loring premieres at the Arts Club next month. Thanks for Giving uses a family’s Thanksgiving dinner to bring to the table themes of colonial history, legacy, and family tension. “I wanted to turn the Thanksgiving dinner on its head and use it as an opportunity to re-examine the narrative of this holiday as it relates to our colonial history,” Loring explains. “I also wanted to explore how that history…

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November 2017
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Thanks for Giving

November 3 @ 8:00 pm - 11:00 pm
Granville Island Stage,
1585 Johnston St, Vancouver, BC Canada
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A new Canadian play written by Nlaka’pamux actor and playwright Kevin Loring premieres at the Arts Club next month. Thanks for Giving uses a family’s Thanksgiving dinner to bring to the table themes of colonial history, legacy, and family tension. “I wanted to turn the Thanksgiving dinner on its head and use it as an opportunity to re-examine the narrative of this holiday as it relates to our colonial history,” Loring explains. “I also wanted to explore how that history…

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Thanks for Giving

November 4 @ 8:00 pm - 11:00 pm
Granville Island Stage,
1585 Johnston St, Vancouver, BC Canada
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A new Canadian play written by Nlaka’pamux actor and playwright Kevin Loring premieres at the Arts Club next month. Thanks for Giving uses a family’s Thanksgiving dinner to bring to the table themes of colonial history, legacy, and family tension. “I wanted to turn the Thanksgiving dinner on its head and use it as an opportunity to re-examine the narrative of this holiday as it relates to our colonial history,” Loring explains. “I also wanted to explore how that history…

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