Monday, April 23, 2018

Aaron Malkin goes solo in Thunderfoot

Aaron Malkin was four years old when his mother disappeared. The adults in his life...

Theatre review: The Explanation fails in its potential subversion

In James Fagan Tait’s new play, The Explanation, John likes to dress up as a...

Melissa James Gibson’s This deals in middle-age

In Melissa James Gibson’s comedy, This, five friends approaching middle-age, grapple with where they find...

From screen to stage: Ed Asner is as busy as ever

At eighty-eight, seven-time Emmy Award-winner Ed Asner has no plans to slow down. While other...

Bringing up baby on the Fringe: theatre artists to embark on tour with newborn

The story of theatre artists embarking on a tour is usually nothing of note. The...

Twentyfiveish makes Canadian premiere at this year’s Vancouver Web Fest

The fifth annual Vancouver Web Festival, a three-day celebration of entertainment and programming created exclusively...

Our picks this week: a trio of plays

Nine Dragons One of three best bets on stage right now is Jovanni Sy's, Nine Dragons (until...

Theatre review: Nine Dragons seethes with tension

Nine Dragons' cinematic stylization pushes Jovanni Sy's unflinching script into a rich experience of racial...

Theatre review: Cabaret continues to resonate despite the distance

The Royal City Musical Theatre production of Cabaret may very well have one of the...

Review: Riverdance has lost none of its appeal

It may bill itself as the 20th anniversary tour, but the Irish dance phenom Riverdance...

#FridayFive: Métis Mutt

The Firehall Arts Centre presents Sheldon Elter's coming-of-age story, Métis Mutt.  Here are five reasons why we...

Theatre review: Misery is a delightfully schizophrenic mix of thrills and humour

The Arts Club Theatre Company production of Misery is sometimes as schizophrenic as the play's...

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