Posted by: TomA | 10 November 2006

Life After God

On Wednesday evening Becky and I went to see a theatre adaption of Douglas Coupland’s Life After God – a series of short stories he wrote in the 90s. The play was very good, interweaving bits from Coupland’s City of Glass as well into something far more coherent than I imagined. Plenty of full frontal nudity (which everyone sitting in front of us get squirming around in their seats in order to get a clear view) and some odd dance bits set to music. The theatre/concert hall itself, the Chan Centre on UBC campus, was very impressive and flash too.

Tonight we’re off to see Bonnie “Prince” Billy/Will Oldham a couple of blocks up the road from me, and then jump onto a coach in the morning to Seattle, WA.

Its a bank holiday weekend, so the weather has turned cold, wet and windy. Good to see some things don’t change.

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