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Party Pages: Jason Priestley searches for poutine at Canadian Stage’s Theatre Ball: Happy 25!

Party Pages: Jason Priestley searches for poutine at Canadian Stage’s Theatre Ball: Happy 25!
(Image: George Pimentel)

March 7, The Carlu. “If there’s poutine, I’m in,” intimated the former Beverly Hills 90210 star as he weaved around throngs of Instagram-happy fans at the quarter-century fête for the Canadian Stage Company. Priestley is appearing in Can-Stage’s production of David Mamet’s Race this April, and when he wasn’t graciously chitchatting with admiring guests at the party, he told tales of Sarah McLachlan’s short stay-over at his Vancouver home before pausing to be auctioned to the highest bidder. While we’re not sure if he ever found the heaping pile of gravy, cheese curds and fries he desired, he did help the country’s largest not-for-profit theatre company raise over $300,000.

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Happy 25! Theatre Ball
Happy 25! Theatre Ball
Happy 25! Theatre Ball
Happy 25! Theatre Ball
Happy 25! Theatre Ball
Happy 25! Theatre Ball
Happy 25! Theatre Ball
Happy 25! Theatre Ball
Happy 25! Theatre Ball
Happy 25! Theatre Ball

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