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Theatre review: Cabaret remains raw

Given the political climate in the world right now, it isn’t surprising Cabaret gets its third treatment in as many…

#FridayFive: Coastal Dance Festival 2019

The 12th edition of the Coastal Dance Festival 2019 gets underway next week. Here are five reasons we think you should…

Theatre review: The Shoplifters spends a lot of time in the grey

After watching Morris Panych’s The Shoplifters, you may want to reach for the show’s program for some help in figuring…

Music review: Celestial Trio Céleste

Canadian violinist Iryna Krechkovsky and fellow musicians, cellist Ross Gasworth and pianist Kevin Kwan Loucks, may have named their ensemble…

Revisor explores politics and moral bankruptcy in latest dance/theatre hybrid from Jonathon Young and Crystal Pite

With near rock star status given the massive response to their last collaboration Betroffenheit, the combination of Vancouver choreographer Crystal…

Theatre review: True Crime … or is it?

Torquil Campbell, who wrote and performs the Arts Club’s presentation of True Crime, admits that he became an entertainer because he…

The Amish Project explores the path to forgiveness

On the morning of October 2, 2006 a man entered a one-room Amish schoolhouse in Nickel Mines, Pennsylvania and shot eight…

Free JFL NorthWest Block Party returns along with introduction of new Pop Up Parties

With temperatures plummeting, and even more snow forecast in the next couple of days, its probably a good thing this…

Chan Centre celebrates Black History Month with tribute to Gwendolyn Brooks

With Black History Month in Canada well underway, the Chan Centre for the Performing Arts pays tribute to poet Gwendolyn…

Ying Yun honours a mother

Four years ago, Vancouver-based choreographer Wen Wei Wang lost his mother Ying Yun to ovarian cancer. A significant influence on his becoming an…