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Vancouver's Bard on the Beach Opening Night for "As You Like It"

June 8, 2005

By Catherine Barr


All the world really is a stage this year at Bard on the Beach as last week's opening night celebration proved. June 9th saw "As You Like It" played out before a full house of guests and dignitaries who came to applaud the outstanding efforts of all involved. A special VIP reception and after performance party gave the audience a chance to meet the actors, directors and more. Event wise, this is a not-to-be-missed night on the town.

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"One man in his time plays many parts", but artistic director Christopher Gaze (left), seen here with GM Robert Barr, makes it look so easy.
Northshore Jaguar's Sydney Windsor, who is a major sponsor of the upcoming "Love's Labour's Lost", met British High Commissioner David Reddaway at the VIP reception.
From Hamlet to Cleopatra, Jo Bates (left), Don Adams and Denyse Wilson are a talented trio who are no strangers to Bard.
Bard's behind the scenes man Thomas Roach chatted with actor Jennifer Lines who can been seen as Rosaline in the upcoming "Love's Labour's Lost".
They definitely "have their exits and their entrances". Tobias Slezak (left) and David Beazely are wonderful as Orlando and Silvius respectively.
Studio 58 founder and Jessie Lifetime Achievement award winner Antony Holland is still as "strong and lusty" as his character Adam as he cuddles up to fellow actors Rebecca Auerbach (left), Kerry Sandomirsky and Lara Gilchrist.
Fabulous, funny and full of life, actor Scott Bellis (left), director Dean Paul Gibson and actor David Mackay are three of my absolute faves - I adore you all.


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