Wednesday, September 19, 2018

Fringe review: Mel Malarkey Gets the Bum’s Rush is a (sometimes) charming train wreck

In Mel Malarkey Gets the Bum's Rush, it is 1931. It is the final night...

Fringe review: My Imagination Ran Away Without Me flops despite a few flips

My Imagination Ran Away Without Me claims that it will have the audience on the...

Fringe review: Big Sister is honestly beautiful

Big Sister is bold, brave, and beautiful as it explores the relationship between two sisters...

Fringe review: Awkward Hug will remind you what love means

There is a reason that Cory Thibert’s solo show garnered so much hype at the...

Fringe review: Precious Little is an acting marathon

If you are looking for a bit of an intellectual puzzle, and a marathon of...

#FridayFive: 5 shows not to miss this fall in Vancouver

One may be forgiven in thinking autumn has already arrived in Vancouver with the recent...

Fringe review: A Sad-Ass Cabaret is a beautiful tribute to great musicians

Fringe superstar TJ Dawe, who I admittedly had never seen before, pairs up with his...

City Opera Vancouver’s Nigredo Hotel holds the key to accessibility

Have you ever wanted a small taste of live opera, without committing to the full...

Fringe review: Hysteria is important but misses the mark

Created by the Direct Theatre Collective, Hysteria explores sexuality and a potential future after the...

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