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Fistful of Kicks improvisers perform at the 2018 Vancouver International Improv Festival.

Live with the company of Fistful of Kicks

Fresh off an appearances at the 20th annual Vancouver International Improv Festival and the Seattle Festival of Improv Theater, Instant Theatre's Fistful of Kicks plays at East Vancouver's Havana Theatre with improvised...
Members of the cast of the Align Entertainment production of A Christmas Story: The Musical. Photo: Align Entertainment / Facebook.

Theatre review: A Christmas Story: The Musical is a holiday treat

Based on the 1983 movie which has become a television staple of the holiday season, the musical stage version of a young boy’s dream...
Members of the cast of Monsterkill 5: Remonsterkilled (Or, We Were the Empty Set).

Theatre review: Monsterkill 5: Remonsterkilled (Or, We Were the Empty Set) is muddled

While the first inclination may be to describe Monsterkill 5: Remonsterkilled (Or, We Were the Empty Set) as a hybrid of Black Mirror and...
“I was the person who, when I wasn't performing in a show in a given evening, I was in Vancouver watching a show." - Kaylee Harwood. Samantha Gaetz.

Kaylee Harwood (Part I): from Vancouver to Broadway

A lot has happened to Langley-born Kaylee Harwood since she got one of her first big breaks on Vancouver’s Stanley Theatre stage, in a...
Jenn Griffin and Paul Herbert in The Enemy. Photo by Pedro Meza.

Reinterpreting Ibsen: The Enemy gives 19th century political drama a contemporary spin

Henrik Ibsen’s An Enemy of the People may not have the same name recognition as A Doll’s House or Hedda Gabler, but like the...
Markian Tarasiuk and Loretta Walsh in the Mitch and Murray Productions presentation of Laura Eason's Sex With Strangers.

Theatre review: Sex With Strangers is surprisingly smart in spite of its clickbait title

Google "sex with strangers" right now and chances are you’ll come across an October 26 article from the UK edition of Cosmopolitan titled “13...
Nicole St. Martin, Chris W. Cook, and Alen Dominguez in Sweat. Photo by David Cooper.

Theatre review: Sweat has a tough time finding relevance on this side of the...

As the Canadian premiere of Sweat opens in Vancouver at the Arts Club’s Stanley Theatre, New York’s The Public Theater is just wrapping a...
The Cultch presents a trio of plays in The Ceasefire Series.

The Cultch commemorates the 100th anniversary of the armistice of WWI

As the world marches toward the 100th anniversary of the armistice of the war to end all wars, The Cultch's three venues will be...
Nicole St. Martin, Chris W. Cook, and Alen Dominguez in Sweat. Photo by David Cooper.

Pulitzer Prize-winning Sweat gets Canadian premiere in co-production

For Ashlie Corcoran, co-productions were among six programming objectives she saw as priorities as she took over as the Arts Club Theatre Company’s artistic...
Members of the cast of The Wolves. Photo by Riun Garner.

Theatre review: The Wolves scores

Football (soccer) great Pelé may have called it the “beautiful game”, but as a metaphor for life and loss of innocence, in The Wolves...

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