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2019 Pull Festival: Q&A with director Davey Calderon

The Pull Festival, Vancouver’s annual festival of ten minute plays, returns for its eighth year featuring new works from Vancouver-based playwrights. In…

Byron Bertram finds the funny side of travel and antidepressants with “Passports and Prozac”

It’s usually the elephant in the room that gets most of the attention, but for Vancouver comedian Byron Bertram it…

Theatre review: Hot Brown Honey is the future of feminism

Opening like a stand-up show and ending like a dance hall, Hot Brown Honey is a movement set to some…

Jamie Robinson is this year’s recipient of emerging choreographer award

The Dance Centre has announced Vancouver choreographer Jamie Robinson as the recipient of this year's Iris Garland Emerging Choreographer Award, the…

Our picks this week: Multiple Organism, Ladies Against Humanity & Hot House

Multiple Organism (Mar 19-30) Who: Mind of a Snail Puppet Co. What: Multiple Organism Where: Vancity Culture Lab (1895 Venables…

#FridayFive: Hot Brown Honey

The hive is back as The Cultch welcomes the return of Hot Brown Honey to the York Theatre following its…

20 questions with Alex Gullason

Meet actor, singer and improviser, Alex Gullason. Alex is currently playing in the irreverent comedy Jesus Christ: The Lost Years…

Music review: the stamina, strength & sensitivity of Johannes Moser

Internationally acclaimed cellist Johannes Moser gave unrestricted, glorious voice to the Andrea Guarneri 17th Century cello in his arms at Music…

Dance review: Gathering Light is intimate and connected

In Raven Spirit Dance's Gathering Light, choreographer Michelle Olson and her dancers have created a work that is uncomplicated and…

In the world of theatre at least, a “hemp house” may not be what you think it is

Believed to be one of only three in operation today across Canada, New Westminster’s Massey Theatre has the rare distinction…