Western Gold Theatre kicks off its 25th Anniversary season with their Studio Series production of the comedy Harvey. A charming story of Elwood P. Dowd and his best friend, an invisible 6-foot […]
Metro Theatre is one of Vancouver’s oldest community theatres, providing upbeat shows with local artists. While most of their actors are amateurs, that doesn’t stop the shows from having plenty of energy […]
This week, Vancouver’s stages are alive with theatre. So when you’re not at home watching figure skating or luge, head out to the theatre because there’s something for everyone. Here are our […]
Women and War is a heavy play. It’s made up entirely of monologues and has over a dozen characters who are involved in war in some way. In this version, by Ordinary Productions, […]
The Ordinary Production presents a contemporary play with a cast of entirely teenagers. The cast, who all hail from the Hastings-Sunrise neighbourhood, were part of the same production this past June and […]
In January, the PuSh festival will once again bring boundary-pushing contemporary performing arts to Vancouver. The 2018 includes an astounding 28 pieces, including 20 main stage shows. Opening on January 17th, Inside/Out will […]
Last year, I was lucky enough to see The Pipeline Project at Gateway Theatre when it consistently sold out in their studio theatre. I was blown away by the creativity of the work […]
The play starts with a group of actors clumped together, acknowledging the land and thanking sponsors. The most intriguing pre-show speech I’ve ever seen. Then, they ask the audience to stand up […]
Next week, Shameless Hussy Productions and Templeton Secondary School team up to put on Girls Like That by Evan Placey. Loosely based on the Amanda Todd incident, Girls Like That is about […]
Warren Kimmel and Arinea Hermans. Photography by Emily Cooper A Little Night Music by Patrick Street Productions is a captivating look into the chaos of love, and why we let ourselves form relationships […]
Contemporary theatre so often preaches the dangers of social media, telling us to put away our phones and connect face to face. It’s something we’ve all heard before, and it gets old […]
Single Again is a night of solo sets from some of Canada’s best improvisers.
As I sat in the Waterfront Theatre watching Teaching Shakespeare I couldn’t help but wonder how many of the audience members around me were giant Shakespeare nerds like me. The play, a solo show […]
Next week, as the Fringe Festival comes to a close and Vancouver ends its annual trip into risqué, new theatre, Pacific Theatre opens their 2017/18 season. Pacific Theatre is known for producing […]
First Impressions Theatre in Deep Cove presents a play about Judy Garland with original music by Peter Quilter.