Described on Tuesday July 4, 2017 at 7:30 pm at the Arts Club Granville Island, 1585 Johnston Street, Vancouver | 604-687-1644 | Map

Tickets are $29 for VocalEye users, while they last. Please call the Box Office to purchase at 604-687-1644. This performance will be followed by a Talk Back with the cast.

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Described by Eileen Barrett

This cathartic and catchy musical charts the romantic breakups of three women and the lively antics that ensue. ’60s girl group music like “Be My Baby,” “And Then He Kissed Me,” “Ain’t No Mountain High Enough,” and “Where Did Our Love Go?” provide the perfect backdrop for the bittergirls’ journey back to happiness. Who knew getting dumped could be so much fun?

Book by Annabel Fitzsimmons, Alison Lawrence, and Mary Francis Moore
Directed by Valerie Easton


Lauren Bowler plays a woman in her 30’s living with “the love of her life”.
Katrina Reynolds plays a woman in her late 20’s who’s dating “the most amazing man she’s ever met”.
Cailin Stadnyk plays a woman in her early 40’s who’s married to her “soul mate” and the father of her children.
Josh Epstein plays the man who is everything to each woman, until he dumps her.


“…three of Vancouver’s most talented, most energetic (imagine singing “I’m Gonna Make You Love Me” while lifting weights and doing ‘planks’) and best female voices in town: Cailin Stadnyk, Lauren Bowler and Katrina Reynolds. And who said women aren’t funny? These three had the opening night audiences howling with laughter.” –Jo Ledingham

“there is talent to burn in this production” -Colin Thomas

Audience response from the tour:

“Saw it last night in Burnaby with my girlfriends. Totally awesome. Everything was great! Never laughed so hard! Great evening!”

“Awesome show! So many laughs—a perfect girls’ night!”

“Amazing voices and hilarious! I would highly recommend this play.”

“Saw it 7 times at Surrey Arts Centre! One of the best ever! Hilarious.”

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