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Staircase Theatre gratefully acknowledges that REPLAY takes place on the unceded territories of the 

Musqueam, Squamish and Tsleil-Waututh First Nations.

REPLAY: A Bunch of Great Plays, Again!

Presented by Staircase Theatre. Hosted by Havana Theatre

Oct 15-26 | Tues-Sat | 7pm and 8:30pm Tues to Friday | 2pm and 8pm Sat


Tickets: REPLAY Pass, all 6 shows for $86 | Student/Senior $18.25 | Regular $21.50

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REPLAY is a collection of our favourite shows and artists from this year’s Fringe-from Vancouver and beyond! These artists are ready to pluck your heartstrings, knock you sideways, and make you laugh. Are you ready? 


Didn’t Hurt (written and performed by Rodney Decroo, directed by TJ Dawe), described by the Georgia Straight as a “heartbreaking and important show that feels like it has the potential to save lives.” opens our festival on Tuesday night. 

PLEASE NOTE: The remaining performances of Didn't Hurt have been cancelled. 

For something a little different, this year’s Fringe darlings, Amplify Choral Theatre bring us, Where the Quiet Queers Are! (Psst! They only have two performances!)

Ragamuffin Productions remounts Legoland (written by local playwright Jacob Richmond) which tells the story of Penny and Ezra Lamb who have been homeschooled on a hippy colony all their lives and have been dying to see the outside world, described to them only as “Legoland”. 

In the second week we welcome a brand new offering from Power Pause Productions and powerhouse Fringe artists, Joanna Rannelli and Hilary Fillier (from the crackerjack Fringe show, The Most Massive Woman Wins) with their morning talk show/low budget access TV special The Morning After with Pam and Paula. 

"As funny as it is touching" (Vancouver Presents) How I Killed My Nan is a "Wicked Funny" (FringeWorld, AUS) storytelling/standup journey written and performed by Dion Arnold.

Closing our weird and wacky festival is Fringe legend and Monster Theatre’s own Ryan Gladstone with the smash-hit No Tweed Too Tight: Another Grant Canyon Mystery


Join us at Havana Vancouver before the show for Cuban food and drinks by reserving a table at We recommend booking a minimum of 90 minutes prior to your performance to make sure you get great theatre seats and the best dining experience. Or join us after the show for drinks and dessert.

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