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Bard on the Beach returns this summer in-person

After a two-year pause brought on by the pandemic, Vancouver's Bard on the Beach is making an in-person return this summer. 

After a two-year pause brought on by the pandemic, Vancouver’s Bard on the Beach is making an in-person return this summer. 

Christopher Gaze, the founder and artistic director of the event, tells CityNews crews are already hard at work bringing live theatre back, adding it’s “pure magic.”

“Everyone is just so happy … everyone’s inspired to come back and play for our great Bard audiences who haven’t seen our work since 2019,” he said. 

Bard on the Beach will be in-person for its 33rd season which runs June 8 to Sept. 24. 

This year’s plays will include “a full and robust season,” Gaze said, with “A Midsummer Night’s Dream,” “Romeo and Juliet,” and an original production called “Harlem Duet.”

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Tickets are on sale now and start at $27.

“You can buy a ticket for any time between now and our closing day, which is September the 24th,” Gaze said.

“We’re so thrilled to be back. We thank all those that have helped not only us, but all the other arts organizations through this very, very difficult time. We’ve made it and we’re looking forward to giving another glorious Bard season in Vanier Park this summer.”

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