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by Arthur Milner
Directed by Adam Henderson

November 7 - 30
Thu - Sun at 8pm
(except November 16 & 30, matinées only)

$10 Preview: November 6
Talkback: November 13
Matinées: November 16 & 30 at 2pm
(no evening performance)

Bonus show on Fridays during the run of Facts
United Players is proud to present every Friday, after the presentation of its production of Facts by Canadian playwright Arthur Milner.
A reading of excerpts by Adam Henderson from Arthur Milnerís companion piece Masada. See description below.

Facts runs, without intermission for about 75 minutes. Masada will run, after a 15 minute intermission, for about half an hour.

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Credit cards accepted. Cash preferred.

We are delighted to say thatplaywright Arthur Milner will be in Vancouver between Nov. 11-18 and will be attending performances during that time.

This gripping play by Canadian playwright Arthur Milner is an intense psychological drama, a meticulous police procedural, a history lesson, and a debate encompassing key aspects of the Israel-Palestine conundrum.

Facts revolves around a joint Israeli/Palestinian police investigation over a killing in the West Bank in Palestine. A Christian-American archaeologist has been murdered, and the evidence points to a young Israeli settler with radical Zionist leanings. Facts is a chilling and taut political-crime thriller and an exciting piece of drama and offers a rare theatrical opportunity for both an Israeli and a Palestinian protagonist to wade through the greater political dilemma within the microcosm of a murder investigation.

Masada a deep and humorous look at "The Miracle of Zionism". It offers historical context to Israel and is intended to inspire and inform our conversation.

Masada will run after a 15 minute intermission after Facts, for about 35 minutes.

One of the greatest examples of artistic moral courage I've witnessed... leads its audience onto a very slippery slope and leaves the viewer to grope for his or her own answers. - Ottawa Sun

L-R: Mehdi Darvish, James Gill, Jerry Wasserman

L-R: Jerry Wasserman, Mehdi Darvish, James Gill
Photos: Doug Williams


by Tennessee Williams
Directed by Shawn MacDonald

December 5 - 21

Preview: December 4
Opening: December 5
Matinées: Sundays at 2pm

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A fresh and poignant take on Tennessee Williams' classic. Directed by esteemed Vancouver theatre artist Shawn MacDonald, this production brings together established and emerging artists to give Williams' beloved memory a sharp contemporary spin.


by Arthur Conan Doyle, adapted by Katie Forgette
Directed by William B. Davis

December 28 - January 10
Tues - Sun at 8pm
Half Price Preview: December 27
Opening: Sunday, December 28
Matinées: Sunday at 2pm

Special New Year's Eve performance: Wednesday.December 31.
All Tickets $40, including special after-show jazz band with
hors d'oeuvres & midnight champagne.

Regular admission: $30 adults, $25 seniors & students

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Threatened with blackmail over private correspondence with the Prince of Wales, stage darling Lillie Langtry turns to ingenious detective Sherlock Holmes to get them back. With the nationís most precious jewels and the reputation of the monarchy at stake, Holmes must engage in a battle of wits with his most dangerous nemesis to solve the case. With a cast of characters featuring the trusty Dr. Watson and colourful playwright Oscar Wilde, this taut thriller stands out as an entertaining mash-up of fact and fiction.

Directed by William B Davis, world-renowned as the Cigarette Smoking Man on the acclaimed X-Files TV series, and former head of the William Davis Center for Actor's Studies. Set design by Leo award winner John R. Taylor and costumes by Cirque du Soleil designer Rafealla Rabinovich. Cast includes Mackenzie Gray, (two time Leo award winner) Mia Ingimundson (two time Jessie award winner), Brent Fidler (Jessie + Gemini nominee, Best Actor Leo award winner), Tim Bissett (Gemini nominee), Corina Akeson (two time Jessie Nominee) Bill Croft, and Zahf Paroo.

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