My last show at the Vancouver Fringe will be today, Sunday at 5:30. We’ve sold out the last two shows pretty close to showtime, so come early, or buy online if you can.
This has been a really wonderful Fringe, and thanks to everyone who’s come out to the show, stayed to chat afterward, tweeted the show or talked about it in line. I hope to come back again soon.
Great new review. Thank you, Zouch Magazine!
“Lesley Tsina’s hilarious play, Lord of the Files, is one of those must-see plays for anybody who has ever worked for a corporation, . . .”
More here: http://zouchmagazine.com/vancouver-fringe-festival-2014-review-lord-files/
Two more shows. We sold out on Wednesday night, so get your tickets early for Saturday and Sunday: http://www.vancouverfringe.com/show/14IMF5/
I got a new review from Review From The House. Thank you for coming!
“Anyone who has ever worked in a corporation or a public institution will appreciate her story.”
More here: http://www.reviewfromthehouse.com/vancouver-fringe-festival-2014-five-single-handers
I’m on at 6:45 tonight at False Creek Gym. Three more shows! Tickets still available here: http://www.vancouverfringe.com/show/14IMF5/
Lord of the Files got a great review in Plank Magazine today:
“There is something about the story of Lord of the Files that rings so true, so close to the spinal cord of so many artists and art enthusiasts…it is easy to see why people are flocking to this understated wonder.”
Read more here: http://www.plankmagazine.com/review/lord-files
This is the one day of the Vancouver Fringe where you can see both my show, Lord of the FILES and an actual adaptation of Lord of the FLIES, called Lord of the Flies: Remixed, in the same day.
2:00pm Lord of the Flies: Remixed – Circle Point, Granville Island
This remixed version of the novel is part of a week-long workshop with a cast of teens by The Only Animal. It’s a cool project.
7:00pm Lord of the Files – False Creek Gym, Granville Island
I’m taping tonight’s show, so it would be a great night to come by. Also, if you go to both, you can totally confuse your friends. Or have bragging rights. Or something.
Hey – I will be doing standup at the Fringe Open Mic tonight at 7. There will be a lot of cool acts by various Fringe performers. Come on by!
Saturday, Sept 6th – 7-8 pm
Agro Cafe/The Fringe Bar
1363 Railspur Alley, Granville Island
This is my third day in Vancouver and it’s been pretty nonstop since I landed. I had tech yesterday morning and did some wandering around with my stage manager Monique. Then I did a story from the show at The Flame’s all-Fringe storytelling event. Really interesting, really diverse bunch of stories. Thanks again to Deb Williams and Joel Wirkkunen for having me.
Today, I’m folding programs and getting ready for opening. My opening night show is half price, so come on by – 6:45 at False Creek Community Centre.
And then at 10:00pm I’m doing the Georgia Straight’s 2-minute preview at Performance Works. Tickets are $10 and available online or at the theatre.
1218 Cartwright St
Vancouver, BC V6H 3R8
I’m mentioned as a performer in The Globe and Mail’s article on the Vancouver Fringe:
Hot Ticket: Vancouver Fringe
“…with the proliferation of storytelling-based podcasts such as The Moth, and more stripped-down, Web-based TV series, there is more crossover than ever between the Fringe and other media. In fact, Martin Dockery from The Moth, Canadian actress Beverley Elliott, Lesley Tsina of Community and comedy favourites Peter n’ Chris and Sam Mullins all have shows this year.”
More here: http://www.theglobeandmail.com/news/british-columbia/hot-ticket-vancouver-fringe-festival/article20341940/
Thank you, Scout Magazine!
SCOUT LIST | Ten Things That You Should Absolutely Do Between Now And Next Week
“The Vancouver Fringe Festival is on, bringing hundreds of ‘alternative theatre’ performances to stages across the city. We’re particularly looking forward to Lord of the Files.”
More here: http://scoutmagazine.ca/2014/09/02/scout-list-ten-things-that-you-should-absolutely-do-between-now-and-next-week-21/
I made it into Vancouver Presents’ top 10 must-see picks for the Vancouver Fringe. Hooray!
Lord of the Files – no you didn’t read it wrong … this is not a stage version of the original William Golding classic. As knowledge workers by day in the world of high-tech, we just get this one.
Read more here: http://vancouverpresents.com/theatre/vancouver-fringe/picks-2014-vancouver-fringe-festival/