Single & Dating In Vancouver - Online Comedy Series

Single & Dating In Vancouver is a new online series that serves up the highlights and lowlights of modern dating in fun easy to digest 25 minute comedic entrees. Using Vancouver as a backdrop, our cast of characters find themselves in the all too familiar dating situations that everyone can relate too, no matter where you’re from.

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SADinVAN Featured on CTV Vancouver News!
August 13, 2014

This past Sunday, CTV reporter Allison Tanner’s news segment “Vancouver’s Dismal Dating Scene” not only featured  some Single & Dating In Vancouver scenes and behind the scenes, but also some interviews the Troy Mundle and Jane Avery.

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And that’s a WRAP! Single & Dating In Vancouver Completes Season 1
August 10, 2014

Single & Dating In Vancouver wrapped up principal photography today shooting their last scenes at Bismarck Restaurant in Gastown, Vancouver. This completes Season 1 with the bottom three episodes coming out this fall.

 
 
Single & Dating In Vancouver Starts Shooting Episodes 104, 105, 106
June 12, 2014
Shooting at Bismarck Bar on June 8th.

Shooting at Bismarck Bar on June 8th.

Thanks to funding from Ontario based Xenoble Research and Milla Design Single & Dating In Vancouver went back to camera this past weekend to start shooting another block of three episodes. Featured venues that will be appearing in these upcoming episodes set for release in September include Bismarck Bar at 526 Abbott Street and The Art of Loving at 1819 West 5th Avenue.

 
 
Single & Dating At The 2014 Leo Awards
June 3, 2014

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Single & Dating In Vancouver’s 2014 Leo Nominee Sheri Rabold surrounded by SADinVAN entourage (from left to right) Troy Mundle, Jane Avery, Sheri Rabold, Amber Crombach and Chad Riley attended the 2014 Leo Awards this past Saturday night.

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Money can’t buy love, but it can definitely help make a Web series – SADinVAN Prepares To Shoot Episodes 4, 5 & 6!
May 18, 2014

VANCOUVER’S SINGLE AND DATING ARE BACK AND THEY’RE HERE TO REMIND YOU THAT YOU’RE NOT ALONE!

Do you hear that? The click on an online dating profile? The sniffels of the single and dating? Well, that’d be us! We are happy to announce that the SADinVAN team will be returning for three more episodes this summer, thanks to our Ontario-based sponsors Milla Design and Xenoble scientific!

“Money can’t buy love, but it can definitely help make a web series”, joked Jane Avery, co-producer of the web series Single and Dating in Vancouver, “and we couldn’t be more excited to start shooting!”

The episode release dates are still pending, but we start shooting on the 7th of June, and hope to wrap up the first season by the end of the month! And to the fans who have kept us alive on kickstarter, we’re here to let you know that there’s some brand new SADinVAN merchandise in our online store coming soon!

We came back to remind you that you’re not alone, but more importantly, we’re back to show you just how good you have it!

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Podcast With 2014 Leo Award Nominee Sheri Rabold – Hosted By Willa-Lee Reid
May 13, 2014

SADinVAN will be publishing bi-weekly podcasts putting a different actors in the hot seat and answering the questions you send in. That’s right, you get to ask the questions. Email, Tweet or Facebook us your questions and we’ll have our featured actor answer them.

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This week SADinVAN podcast host Willa-Lee Reid with talk with Sheri Rabold (née Noel), who plays Sheri Wilson on Single & Dating In Vancouver will be in the hot seat talking about her Leo nomination and answering your questions.

Email us your questions at sadinvan@gmail.com by this Friday May 16th.

Sheri moved to Vancouver from Victoria at the ripe old age of 21 to study acting at the Breck Academy. From there she moved on to study with Kirsten Clarkson at Studio on the Drive, Jeff Seymour, and Dolores Drake. Read more about Sheri Rabold

Thank you for all of your questions, please note, that due to volume, the producers reserve the right to decide which questions are presented to the performers.