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Linden Banks in the Seven Tyrants Theatre production of Krapp's Last Tape.

Theatre review: Krapp’s Last Tape is as at times as frustrating as it is...

It is a toss-up. There is just as much enjoyment in watching Krapp’s Last Tape as there is in researching what it is about. Opening...
Members of the company of The Wolves.

Preparing for battle on the soccer field and in life

Originally seen in the spring of last year in a brief sold-out run as an apprentice project at Vancouver's Pacific Theatre, Sarah DeLappe’s The Wolves...
Lisa C. Ravensbergen and Daniel Martin in A Brief History of Human Extinction. Photo by Matt Reznik.

Theatre review: A Brief History of Human Extinction is a unique collaboration

A Brief History of Human Extinction offers a unique experience, including puppets, live projections, and actors. It is all brought together in a collaboration...
Colleen Winton as Mrs Lovett and Warren Kimmel as Sweeney Todd and in The Snapshots Collective production of Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street.

Theatre review: Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street gets up-close and personal

Mere steps from Vancouver’s Blood Alley, you couldn’t ask for a better setting than the Gastown storefront transformed into the site-specific setting for the...
Adam Grant Warren, Luisa Jojic, Bob Frazer, Corina Akeson, and Braiden Houle in the Touchstone Theatre production of Kill Me Now. Photo by Emily Cooper.

Kill Me Now deals in family and ethics

One of our country’s most widely produced playwrights at home and abroad, Brad Fraser’s works typically feature a harsh, yet comical view of contemporary...
Colleen Winton as Mrs Lovett and Warren Kimmel as Sweeney Todd and in The Snapshots Collective production of Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street.

Live from Mrs Lovett’s Pie Shop with the company of Sweeney Todd: The Demon...

Just in time for the Halloween season, The Snapshots Collective presents the ghoulish musical thriller Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street. Performed at Mrs....
Incognito Mode asks what it means to have grown up with the internet and readily available representations of sexuality? Photo by Emily Cooper.

Incognito Mode explores our relationship to the taboo from the stage

With Incognito Mode: A Play About Porn, Langara College’s Studio 58 and Vancouver’s Neworld Theatre have developed a new work that asks the question,...
The cast of Testosterone. Photo by Luke Forsyth.

Theatre review: Testosterone is bold, brave, bawdy and beautiful

Testosterone, currently on stage at the York Theatre, may only be 65-minutes long, but it only serves to reinforce the age-old proverb that good...
Johnny Ghorbani as Danny and Stefania Indelicato as Roberta in the Athletes of Soul Collective production of Danny and the Deep Blue Sea. Photo by Emily Cooper.

Johnny Ghorbani steps back onto the stage in Danny and the Deep Blue Sea

Having first met Johnny Ghorbani while directing a show at Studio 58, he struck me as a tough but fair person, eager to explore...
The cast of The Book of Mormon. Photo by Julieta Cervantes.

Theatre review: The Book of Mormon is provocative but smart

Three times is the charm, as the production of The Book of Mormon, which recently closed its short run in Vancouver, was easily one...

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