City Something: Monday’s Top Picks for Arts and Entertainment for April 11-17

Kaleidoscope Theatre gets soaked for its annual fundraising gala and Victoria's youth poets get heard.

Kathy (Tara Britt) and Don (Griffin Lea) share a tender moment in Kaleidoscope Theatre's production of Singin' in the Rain.

Singin’ in the Rain

 

Join Kaleidoscope Theatre for its annual fundraising gala production of Singin’ in the Rain, Fri. and Sat., April 12 and 13 at 8pm and Sun., April 14 at 2pm at the McPherson Playhouse.

Directed by Pat Rundell, choreographed by Jana Morrison, with music direction by Yanik Giroux, this one is sure to be a crowd pleaser.

Tickets are $60 and are available at rmts.bc.ca or 250-386-6121. M

 

 

Victorious Voices

Now in its fourth year, Victorious Voices — Victoria’s High School Poetry Slam Championships has grown from a one- to three-day festival, featuring eight slam teams from local high schools. The semi-finals kick things off Mon., April 15 at the Victoria Event Centre (7pm), followed by the alumni showcase Tues., April 16 at Solstice Cafe (7:30pm) and the finals Wed., April 17 at VEC (7:30pm). M

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