A long time ago, before East met West. When the modern world wasn’t so modern. In a far away land across the Pacific Ocean, there was one path, one way, one truth […]
Elbow Theatre’s brand new show Hyperlink explores how lives have changed in the digital age. It will be playing October 4th – 14th at The Firehall Arts Centre. Here is Rachel […]
MISCELLANEOUS Productions presents Monsters for two nights only this October! Public Performances: Friday, October 6, 2017 & Saturday, October 7 at 8 p.m. Special Matinee (FREE): For middle and secondary schools and youth […]
Single Again is a night of solo sets from some of Canada’s best improvisers.
This week, the Metro Theatre opens its new season with Hilda’s Yard, a Canadian play by Norm Foster. Producing this play is a decision made to celebrate the 150th anniversary of Canada’s […]
Paul Strickland’s show Ain’t True and Uncle False is a whimsical journey through a trailer park, and the stories of the people who live within it. Strickland addresses the audience directly, in […]
Katharine Ferns is in Stitches dives deep into grief while using hilarious comedy. A combination of dark jokes, tear-jerking thoughts, and shocking explanations, Katharine bravely tells her life story. Domestic violence, long term […]
SAOR is a high energy, witty story of a young woman and a life-changing journey. Carlyn Rhamey tells us funny and thought provoking stories about everything from traveling in the U.K and […]
Almost a Stepmom is a truly amazing piece. The talented and energetic Keara Barnes tells her story of love, family, fear, and loss. She does this with nearly no set, no other […]
By Sonja Jacobsen Last week I had the pleasure of sitting down with all-theatre-everything gal Natalie Collins, whose one-woman show Graceless Grace has danced its way onto the Waterfront Theatre stage for this […]
“How I Lost One Pound, The Musical”: Originality and Charm make up for Lost Jokes and Inconsistencies.
How I Lost One Pound is a silly, sad, and charming piece, driven by the endearing Lesley Carlberg, as she tells her story of struggling to live her dreams, and struggling to […]
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 […]
Gutenberg! The Musical! is a musical reading with “no set, no costumes, only a few props, and no cast”. Featuring Erik Gow and Chris Adams as they switch between more than 30 […]
7 Ways to Die, a Love Story wordlessly tells the tale of a bashful artist in love with the suicidal woman living across from his apartment. The artist teams up with fate […]
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 […]