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Through the Gaze of a Navel plays the Anderson Street Space (1405 Anderson St, Granville Island) April 23-27.

Through the Gaze of a Navel is not see-through

Seems we've been saying it a lot lately, but really, we knew it was only a matter of time. With our city's reputation for a...
Members of the 2013 cast of the Arts Club Theatre Company production of Avenue Q, one of a number of returning favourites in the Arts Club's 2014-2015 season. Photo by Emily Cooper.

Returning favourites pepper a season of new works in Arts Club 2014-2015 season

Returning favourites pepper a season of new works as the Arts Club Theatre Company announces its 2014-15 season. “I’m thrilled not only with the great...
Craig Erickson, Andrew Wheeler and Emmelia Gordon in the Firehall Arts Centre production of Michael Healey's Proud. Photo by Emily Cooper.

Theatre review: Proud is surprisingly balanced and mother freaking funny

For all the controversy that precedes it, Michael Healey’s Proud is surprisingly balanced (and very, very funny). Proud is a solid political satire, the likes of...
In honour of Shakespeare’s 450th birthday Vancouver personalities undertake a 24 hour marathon of iambic pentameter to help raise funds for BC Children’s Hospital Foundation.

24 Hour Shakespeare Project is non-stop iambic pentameter

There is nothing like a child in need to bring people together, and none better to rally around one of their own than the...
The ITSAZOO Productions presentation of Tracy Letts's Killer Joe plays in the a single-wide trailer in the parking lot of the Italian Cultural Centre through May 4.

Killer Joe is trailer trash theatre

From a recent visit to the seedy motel in Bug and an appearance by the Weston family on the big screen to the upcoming adventure in...
Vancouver Barrister and Solicitor Ashley Syer plays the pink loving blonde, along with over 30 of her contemporaries and Maggie as her dog Bruiser.

The Lawyer Show does a lawyer show

We suppose it really was only a matter of time... In it's annual fundraiser for Carousel Theatre for Young People and Touchstone Theatre, Vancouver's lawyer...
The Firehall Arts Centre is putting the Prime Minister centre stage with Proud.

Proud to be a Canuck

Michael Healey’s political comedy Proud opens at the Firehall Arts Centre this weekend, the same week that saw the series finale of How I...
Niko Koupantsis, Jameson Matthew Parker, David Kaye and Brian Cochrane return to Bomb-itty of Errors at the Arts Club. Photo by Candice Albach.

Good things always come in twos: Bomb-itty of Errors returns to Vancouver

Sometimes you just know when you've got a good thing. Such is the case with Bomb-itty of Errors, and not just because the hip-hop...
A scene from the 2014 Arts Club Theatre Company and PuSh International Theatre Festival co-production of Brimful of Asha.

Movers and shakers: Arts Club and PuSh Festival announce changes

One is moving on and the other is moving in, as the Arts Club Theatre Company and PuSh Festival made separate staffing announcements yesterday. These...
The cast of the Island Productions, Frolicking Divas and BarS Entertainment production of Theresa Rebeck's Seminar. On stage at the PAL Studio Theatre April 15-19, 2014.

What’s a writer to do? Seminar looks for an answer

A comedy from Pulitzer Prize nominee Theresa Rebeck, Seminar tells the story of four aspiring young novelists who sign up for private writing classes...

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