Saturday, July 4, 2020

Friday Five

#FridayFive: a summer of festivals

#FridayFive: a summer of festivals

Welcome to the first day of summer, Vancouver! Its time to put away the sweaters, put on the sunscreen, and enjoy everything the season has...
#FridayFive: 2019 Queer Arts Festival

#FridayFive: Queer Arts Festival

With the 50th anniversaries of the decriminalisation of Canadian sodomy laws (June 27) and Stonewall (June 29) approaching, this year's Queer Arts Festival remembers...
Members of the cast in the Royal Manitoba Theatre Centre production of Matilda the Musical. Photo by Dylan Hewlett.

#FridayFive: Matilda the Musical

The Arts Club Theatre Company, in partnership with Edmonton's Citadel Theatre and Royal Manitoba Theatre Centre, closes out its Stanley Theatre season with Matilda...
This year's festival features performances of James and the Giant Peach, Into the Woods, Peter Pan, and Animal Farm.

#FridayFive: Expressions Theatre Festival

Arts Umbrella's Expressions Theatre Festival returns with its annual curated festival featuring the students in its pre-professional theatre programs. Here are five reasons we think...
Contemporary and classical Indian dance mix at this year's free performances celebrating International Dance Day in Vancouver.

#FridayFive: International Dance Day 2019

Celebrated on April 29, International Dance Day was created by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) to commemorate the birthday of...
Members of the cast of REWIRE. Photo by Emily Cooper.

#FridayFive: REWIRE

Some Assembly Theatre Company and RHYTAG (Roundhouse Youth Theatre Action Group) return to the Roundhouse in Yaletown with the premiere of REWIRE. A new and...
Let's Face It will feature performances of music, dance, video, and spoken word by young artists, all expressing their own personal connections to mental health. Photo by Nicol Spinola Photography.

#FridayFive: Let’s Face It

In May, young artists from across the Lower Mainland will come together in Let's Face It, a showcase created and performed by youth, to...

#FridayFive: Never The Last

First seen as a workshop production at the 2016 rEvolver Theatre Festival, Vancouver playwright Christine Quintana and violinist Molly MacKinnon have reunited for the...
In New Cackle Sisters: Kitchen Chicken dinner is served alongside the music. Photo by Charles-Frédérick Ouellet.

#FridayFive: New Cackle Sisters: Kitchen Chicken

Quebec's L’orchestre d’hommes-orchestres returns to Vancouver with their new show, New Cackle Sisters: Kitchen Chicken. Music and roast chicken combine in a show that...
Hot Brown Honey. Photo by Dylan Evans.

#FridayFive: Hot Brown Honey

The hive is back as The Cultch welcomes the return of Hot Brown Honey to the York Theatre following its sold out Vancouver run...

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