Vancouver acting legend Bernard Cuffling stars in a one-man stage adaptation of George Orwell’s pre-Word War II novel “Coming Up For Air” at West Vancouver’s Kay Meek Studio Theatre, November 16 through […]
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 […]
Single Again is a night of solo sets from some of Canada’s best improvisers.
This September, the Vancouver Fringe Festival features a new one-woman show called An Arrangement of Shoes. The play, written by Abishek Majumdar, focuses on a family portrait within an Indian railway colony […]
First Impressions Theatre in Deep Cove presents a play about Judy Garland with original music by Peter Quilter.
After the success of their acclaimed production of Angels in America Part 1: The Millenium Approaches earlier this year, The Arts Club Theatre Company returns on September 7th with the second part of the […]
Nomadic Tempest by Caravan Stage Company Nomadic Tempest is a mythical saga of a band of monarch butterflies; forced to migrate due to climate-change. The butterflies, embodied by four talented aerial artists, serve […]
On Wednesday, Fighting Chance Productions opened A Chorus Line at the Waterfront Theatre, putting on an energetic show for a full house. With Edward Kleban’s lyrics and Marvin Hamlisch’s captivating score, A […]
What happens when a pastor gets up in front of his church and announces a drastic change in doctrine? This is the central question of the first play in Pacific Theatre’s 2017-2018 […]
Tonight, at the Firehall Arts Centre, Good Egg opens with lead actor Brooke Walker limping her way through the blocking, after having broken her toe recently. Theatre is a live event, where anything can […]
Here are our top picks for this week on Vancouver stages! Do you know of a play that should be featured? Send us a message at email@example.com. A Chorus Line at Fighting […]
This classic Shakespeare play, though one of the less commonly produced in his canon, is one of the loveliest lyrical masterpieces of Shakespeare’s time. With delightful verse, a silly and charming plot, and plenty of laughs, Love’s Labour’s Lost should be seen on stages constantly.
Ah, the fringe. Days of theatre, nights of parties, and every sight imaginable all on Granville Island. Those 10 days are probably the busiest the Public Market sees each year. On Thursday, […]
At its very core, Romeo and Juliet is about teenagers trying to live in a confusing, mixed up world. Who better to portray this story of youthful love than 15 teenagers?
Off Key Improv, Vancouver’s very own musical improv group, has been performing in the metro Vancouver area for years. They regularly perform at the Havana Theatre on Commercial Drive, under the umbrella […]