TOUR DE FORCE An Evening of Broadway Showstoppers 

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1296 W. 67th Avenue
Vancouver, BC

Join acclaimed and multi-award-winning performers Jacqueline Ko, Robin Eder-Warren and Kyle Preston Oliver for a charity benefit like no other! True to its name, Tour de Force brings you some of the most scene-stealing moments from Broadway, including hit songs from Wicked, Gypsy, Spamalot, Sweeney Todd and more. Brought to you by the company whose performances have been hailed as “an evening of delight” (Review Vancouver), “an extraordinary feat” (North Shore News) and “a stroke of genius” (The Voice), you won’t want to miss this musical theatre extravaganza for a fabulous cause!

In honour of the International Awareness Week for Myalgic Encephalomyelitis/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (ME/CFS), Fibromyalgia (FM) and other chronic neuro-immune diseases, a portion of every ticket sale will go to the National ME/FM Action Network, supporting the education of health care professionals in diagnosing and treating patients with these devastating conditions.
The evening will include a charity prize raffle, and a reception for those who wish to stay.

Jacqueline Ko, soprano
Robin Eder-Warren, soprano
Kyle Preston Oliver, baritenor
Chris Feige, piano
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The story behind the show:
Soprano Jacqueline Ko has lived with ME/CFS since the age of six. Despite her struggle with illness, she has managed to realize her dream of becoming an award-winning singer and founding a critically acclaimed opera and musical theatre company. She is committed to using her passion for music to help others. and since 2009, her benefit performances have raised over $26,000 in aid of those suffering from chronic neuro-immune diseases.

What is Myalgic Encephalomyelitis/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome? 
Myalgic Encephalomyelitis/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome is a serious physical illness that affects an estimated twenty-eight million people worldwide. Best known for causing crushing exhaustion unrelieved by sleep, ME/CFS affects many body systems, causing everything from chronic pain and heart problems to impaired vision and memory loss. Both physical and cognitive exertion worsen the symptoms, and studies report that ME/CFS can be as disabling as lupus and late-stage AIDS. The illness affects more people than multiple sclerosis, cerebral palsy and muscular dystrophy combined, but the cause of the disease is still not known, and many cases remain undiagnosed.

What is Fibromyalgia?
 Fibromyalgia Syndrome is an increasingly common chronic illness that affects an estimated 2-5% of people worldwide. Characterized by unrelenting and widespread pain, Fibromyalgia is also associated with other debilitating symptoms such as memory and sleep dysfunction, Irritable Bowel Syndrome, balance problems, irregular heartbeat and crippling fatigue. As with ME/CFS, symptoms can vary not just from person to person but from day to day, and some sufferers may even appear healthy to the casual observer. Also like ME/CFS, the disease is often extremely debilitating, and can affect people of all ages and from all walks of life.  |

Sponsored by
Choices Markets
Dancey Studios
Fighting Chance Productions
Mark 1 Hair Fashions & Aesthetics
Michelle Doherty Photography
Neetu Sahota Professional Makeup Artistry
Phoenix Chamber Choir
The Opera Project