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Weddings, karaoke and kung fu, plus a fair amount of eye candy. That’s what you’ll get when you see the Vancouver Asian Canadian Theatre company’s latest, Sex in Vancouver . . . Undressed. Performances begin Sunday, April 3rd at the Roundhouse, and the show’s producer, Joyce Lam talked to Joseph Planta about the show, the concept of episodic theatre, and what you’ll see.


Text of introduction by Joseph Planta:

They promise weddings, karaoke and kung fu. What more could you want with the Vancouver Asian Canadian Theatre company’s upcoming production of Sex in Vancouver. . . Undressed.

Sex in Vancouver was first staged back in August 2003. The second instalment bowed in January 2004, with the third hitting the boards this summer. Catch up with the first two instalments, presented back-to-back, April 3rd, 10th, 11th, and 12th at the Roundhouse Community Theatre. Matinees are Sundays the 3rd and 10th; and evening performances on Monday the 11th and Tuesday the 12th. Tickets for both showings are $22.00, and are available by calling 778.885.1973.

Joining me to talk about Sex in Vancouver. . . Undressed is Joyce Lam, the President of the Vancouver Asian Canadian Theatre. Please welcome to THECOMMENTARY.CA, Joyce Lam; Good morning, Ms. Lam.


Weblinks:

Vancouver Asian Canadian Theater: http://www.vact.ca

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