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Unikkaaqtuat continues at the Vancouver Playhouse until January 25.

Theatre review: multi-media Unikkaaqtuat is a unique immersive experience

In the groundbreaking multi-media production, Unikkaaqtuat, a remarkable assemblage of musicians, acrobats, actors, singers, drummers, and scenographers, transports the audience to the Arctic and...
The touring production of the musical phenomenon Hamilton comes to Vancouver in June next year. Photo by Joan Marcus.

Hamilton anchors Broadway Across Canada’s 2020-2021 season

The much anticipated touring production of Hamilton makes its way to Vancouver as part of Broadway Across Canada's 2020-2021 season. In a media release, the...
Ben Caplan in the 2b theatre company production of Old Stock: A Refugee Love Story.

Old Stock: A Refugee Love Story is a timely exploration of immigration

During the 2015 Canadian federal election, Stephen Harper set-off a firestorm of controversy at the Federal Leaders Debate using the term “old-stock Canadians” when...
Amy Rutherford and Jonathon Young in the Volcano Theatre production of Infinity.

Theatre review: Infinity explores human relationships with time

To begin at the end, as Dylan Thomas would not say: Hannah Moscovitch’s Infinity comes full circle to conclude that time exists. It is...
Members of the cast of Matilda the Musical. Photo by David Cooper.

The Arts Club production of Matilida leads this year’s musical theatre award nominations

Nominees for the 16th annual Ovation Awards were announced today, with the Arts Club Theatre Company production of Matilda garnering the most nods in...
Drew Carlson and Hannah Everett in Artisanal Intelligence.

Hipsters and robots find common ground in Ira Cooper’s Artisanal Intelligence

What do robots and hipsters have in common? If you’re playwright Ira Cooper, they are the inspirations for his play Artisanal Intelligence which gets...
Marie Queenan and Sean Depner in Brilliant Traces.

Theatre review: Brilliant Traces doesn’t hold to its promise

The opening of Cindy Lou Johnson’s Brilliant Traces holds an intriguing promise. A young woman arrives pounding on the door of a remote Alaska...
The cast of the Gateway Theatre production of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat. Photo by Tim Matheson.

Theatre review: Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat will get you into the spirit...

After five decades, it is probably safe to say most theatregoers are already familiar with Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat’s biblical story. Jealous...
The cast of Holiday at the Elbow Room Café. Photo by Tim Matheson.

Theatre review: Holiday at the Elbow Room Café plays it too safe inside its...

While families are enjoying this year’s East Van Panto with a delightful production of Pinocchio at the York Theatre, over at The Cultch, we...
Members of the cast of the Far From The Tree Productions presentation of Cariboo Magi.

Cariboo Magi is a tasty treat with a sour centre

Cariboo Magi takes a cadre of Wild West archetypes on a Christmas-time adventure full of hijinks, reveals, and heart. While it doesn't think too...

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