Bard on the Beach is offering a spectacular deal for VocalEye users: one complimentary ticket plus the option to purchase one additional companion ticket for $29. This offer is limited to one complimentary ticket and one companion ticket per order for described performances only, while quantities last. Please call 604-739-0559 to purchase, and be sure to mention VocalEye (all seats reserved, no general admission).
The matinée performance on Sunday, July 22 will be followed by a Touch Tour.
Running time approximately two and a half hours, with one intermission. This production features a pre-show wrestling entertainment that will be described 15 minutes before curtain. Our preshow introduction will be offered live 30 munites before curtain, or you can read them in advance by downloading this Word doc:
AS YOU LIKE IT – Preshow Notes (Word doc)
Meetup location for Buddies is Cornwall and Cypress, with a 12-minute walk from there. To reserve a Theatre Buddy, please contact email@example.com
Described by Ingrid Turk
Directed by Daryl Cloran
It’s the 1960s, and free spirits are escaping from Vancouver to get “back to the land”. This joyful tribute to love, laughter and music features 20 classic Beatles songs, from “I Want to Hold Your Hand” to “All You Need is Love”, performed by the cast. Come join in the fun! – you’ll leave the theatre with a song in your heart and a belief in our shared humanity.
“Shakespeare purists should probably avoid the production of As You Like It that premiered at the Bard on the Beach Shakespeare Festival on Friday. Everyone else: Get your tickets now, because just about everybody is going to want to see this, and a whole bunch of them are going to want to see it a second time. It is a joy.” –The Globe and Mail
“Like it? I loved it… Go early—a pre-show wrestling event sets the mood. I had so much fun at As You Like It that I’ll go see it again—if there are any tickets to be had. This one’s a hit.” –The Georgia Straight
“There are more than twenty Beatles songs, interjected at points so perfectly hilarious that on opening night the Mainstage roof must have been straining against its moorings with all that laughter rising up.” –Jo Ledingham
“It could have been a stupid gimmick. Instead, it’s transcendent.” –Colin Thomas