Local singer-songwriter Ava Maria Safari sits down with David Volpov to discuss music, art, and her upcoming album release concert.
Well, the singing is nice. Other than that, there’s unfortunately not a whole lot to praise about Fabulist Theatre’s production of Once On This Island, directed by Damon Bradley Jang. The cast […]
The young couple at the centre of this play struggle to pursue careers in the arts before having to decide whether to keep going after their dreams or just become complacent, working […]
In 2017 Trudeau-era, two lower-class Vancouver millennials – the rational nursing student, Lauren, and her older, aspiring, musician-boyfriend, Cameron – live together in an overly priced, tiny apartment above a hospital. One […]
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 […]
Some Assembly Theatre Company’s premiere of How Star Wars Saved My Life is an intimate solo performance. Dr. Nicholas Harrison boldy recounts his personal story with the help of artifacts and pictures from his […]
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 […]
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 […]
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?
Here’s our weekly rundown of theatre in Vancouver for May 7-13. “Robin Hood: Prince of Tease” at Performance Works Too Fly Productions presents an original burlesque-style musical theatre production, inspired by the classic […]