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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…

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…

2019 Pull Festival: Q&A with director Amanda Testini

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

Meet Boca del Lupo’s 3.7 percent in Envision

Forget the 1%, meet the 3.7% of the new initiative from Vancouver’s Boca del Lupo. Developed by Boca del Lupo’s…

Redpatch casts a light on the Indigenous soldiers of the Great War

Between 1914 and 1918, close to four thousand Indigenous men volunteered to fight for Canada in World War I. It…

Theatre review: Reverberations is a mixtape of memories

During one of the interludes between the vignettes which make-up Reverberations, creator Brian Linds asked our group if we had…

Theatre review: Poly Queer Love Ballad is a musical treat

Poly Queer Love Ballad is back after its successful run at the Vancouver Fringe Festival last fall. Winner of the…

Gross Misconduct deals with morality inside prison

In Vancouver playwright Meghan Gardiner’s new play Gross Misconduct, the fifty-something Deke has been in prison without a cellmate for…

Theatre review: Come From Away may very well restore your faith in humanity

For anyone who has looked in bewilderment at the rabid pride some fans can show for their favourite sports team,…

2019 Pull Festival: Q&A with director Tai Amy Grauman

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