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 […]
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 […]
Dust Palace’s The Goblin Market is a refreshing piece to have in Vancouver theatres this season. It is a truly multi-media piece that includes spoken text, music, singing, dance, an divinely crafted […]
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 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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
Her Name Was Mary will be opening on September 8th, as part of the 2017 Vancouver Fringe Festival. Put on by Indigo Child Productions, and written and directed by Tai Amy […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]