Enlightening talks at 1 PM at the Stanley Industrial Alliance Stage. Show at 2 PM.
King Charles III
October 29, 2017
Speaker: Malcolm Parry
Malcolm was born and raised in Britain, where he studied civil engineering while also playing the saxophone as a member of the Musicians’ Union. Arriving in Canada at age 20, he became a professional photographer, and later was founding editor and publisher of two business magazines, then Vancouver and Western Living magazines and the national business magazine Vista. He was executive editor of other Canadian regional magazines and contributed as writer and photographer to many publications. He became a Vancouver Sun columnist in 1991, and in that capacity met Prince Charles and his siblings, Princess Anne, Prince Andrew, and Prince Edward. He and wife Nancy reside in North Vancouver.
7:30 PM show followed by a chat with the cast. Discover how actors get into character and where directors get their inspiration.
The Arts Club is proud to offer VocalEye Described Performances at the Stanley Industrial Alliance Stage and the Granville Island Stage this season.
Each performance listed below will be described for patrons who are blind, partially sighted, and visually impaired. The description will not be audible to the general audience. Ten minutes before the show begins, VocalEye users will hear a brief description of the set, characters, props and costumes. Once the show begins, the VocalEye describer will convey important visual information and physical action, live, between the actors' lines. Patrons with vision loss can reserve their tickets and description equipment through the Arts Club Box Office. The equipment consists of a handheld receiver and a single plastic earpiece that fits over either ear. The receivers are also compatible with most personal earbuds and headphones. Equipment is available, at no charge, for pickup at the VocalEye table in the lobby up to one hour before showtime.
VocalEye Described Performances
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