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581 Cardero Street, Vancouver B.C., V6G 3L3,

Phone: (604) 255-4313   |   Email: THEATRE@PALVANCOUVER.ORG

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PAL Studio Theatre is a fully equipped, 1600 square foot black-box theatre that seats up to 140 people. Plenty of natural light is provided by a beautiful wall of windows that faces Vancouver’s Stanley Park and Coal Harbour marina.


The theatre is located on the top floor of PAL's eight-story building at the foot of Georgia Street, built in 2006. The theatre space includes a lounge and reception area, a kitchen, large dressing room, and restroom facilities. Just outside of the reception area is a professionally designed garden patio with views of the Burrard Inlet and the North Shore mountains, a perfect space for a glass of wine during Intermission!

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PAL Vancouver is excited to host any artistic endeavors and projects in our black box theatre. Film, music, art, photography, stage performances... you name it, and we can make it happen! 


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Western Gold Theatre presents A Zoo of a Fundraiser!


A Reading of The Zoo Story by Edward Albee
Featuring Kathryn Shaw & Perry Schneiderman
Directed by Marcus Youssef
Sunday, March 3 @ 2:00pm



Go to the Zoo with Kathryn Shaw and Perry Schneiderman!

Director, writer, and actor Marcus Youssef is putting his old acting teachers Kathryn Shaw and Perry Schneiderman through their paces in a one-off reading of Edward Albee’s classic The Zoo Story in support of the world premiere of Kathryn’s new play Super Seniors to be presented by Western Gold June 6 – 23, 2024.

Written in 1958, The Zoo Story is theatre legend Edward Albee’s first play. Initially rejected by American producers, it premiered in Berlin in 1959. From its first production off-Broadway in 1960, this iconic play has been a landmark in American theatre history. It concerns two characters, Peter and Jerry, who meet on a park bench in New York City’s Central Park. Peter is a wealthy publishing executive with a wife, two daughters, two cats, and two parakeets. Jerry is an isolated and disheartened, yet witty and observant individual, seeking a meaningful conversation with another human being.


Tickets are just $50 and include the reading, a glass of wine, refreshments, and a reception following with foods that are sure to put you in a New York state of mind!


More info & tickets:

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