The murder mystery genre is a popular, and well-trodden path. An unseen villain, a scrutinizing hero, a femme fatale…these are characters we know, and love: characters we have seen hundreds of times. […]
Actor, student, and critic in Vancouver, British Columbia.
There is something entirely unique onstage at Performance Works: a mutable, intangible piece, challenging both to actors and audience members alike. The world presented by Satellite(s) is close enough to our own […]
It’s a delicate thing, reviving an old classic, and giving it new voice onstage. The balance must be struck between remaining faithful to the source material, while at the same time highlighting […]
A magnificent exploration of human endurance, ENCOUNTER, by Navarasa Dance Theater, is instantly alluring. The first moments of the 80 minute play open on a woman suspended upside down on a tall […]
To say that I am a fan of the musical “Little Shop of Horrors” is to put it mildly. Since I first saw the film version directed by Frank Oz, I’ve come […]
For theatre history fans, United Players’ presentation of Mr. Foote’s Other Leg, written by Ian Kelly, will seem a godsend. Based on the real-life story of the titular Samuel Foote, the play […]