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Members of the cast of the Studio 58 production of The Skin of Our Teeth. Photo by David Cooper.

The Skin of Our Teeth celebrates humanity’s resilience

Studio 58, the professional theatre training program at Vancouver’s Langara College, continues its 52nd season with Thorton Wilder’s Pulitzer Prize-winning tragicomedy, The Skin of...
Co-hosts Erik Gow and Chris Adams at the 2017 Ovation Awards

Ovation Awards celebrate the best of musical theatre in 2017

Vancouver’s musical theatre community came out to celebrate at the 14th annual Ovation Awards this weekend, with awards for 2017 scattered among a number...
The cast of the Sticks and Stones Theatre production of The Aliens. Photo by Matt Reznek.

Theatre review: The Aliens packs an emotional punch

Sticks and Stones Theatre takes on Annie Baker’s The Aliens, a potent play packing an emotional punch, with powerful results. Set in small town Vermont,...
Members of the cast of the Align Entertainment production of Legally Blonde

Legally Blonde The Musical returns just in time for Valentine’s Day

Just in time for Valentine’s Day, Align Entertainment presents the musical stage adaptation of the romantic comedy, Legally Blonde. Based on the novel by...
Michael Blake and Luc Roderique in the Arts Club Theatre Company production of Topdog/Underdog. Photo by David Cooper.

Theatre review: Topdog/Underdog features two outstanding performances

Apple, Cricket, Bronx, North. There are no lack of examples of parents giving their offspring unconventional names. The question remains though, will these names...
Adrian Neblett, Agape Mngomezulu, Shayna Jones, CJ Jackman Zigante, and Makambe A. Simamba in the Pacific Theatre and Dark Glass Theatre's production of Ruined.

Ruined explores the atrocities we commit against one another

In its inaugural full-scale production, Vancouver's Dark Glass Theatre, presents Lynn Nottage's drama Ruined, about the life of some of the women caught up in the vicious...
Vancouver actor Kayla Deorksen plays Billy in the Firehall Arts Centre production of Patricia Cornelius' SHIT.

SHIT may very well reflect the lives of those living in Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside

Australian playwright Patricia Cornelius' SHIT is designed to make us uncomfortable. Its title alone is bound to elicit reactions, long before audiences even take their seats at...
A scene from the Broadway production of Come From Away.

Come From Away comes home as part of Broadway Across Canada’s 20th anniversary season

In a media release, Broadway Across Canada announced its 2018/2019 season which includes the homegrown Canadian musical, Come From Away. “We wanted to pull out...

Australian playwright Patricia Cornelius makes no excuses for SHIT

With a title like the fully capitalized SHIT, you know you're in for something provocative, and Australian playwright Patricia Cornelius makes no excuses for any...
Members of the cast of She Kills Monsters. Photo by Javier Sotres.

Theatre Review: She Kills Monsters brings Dungeons & Dragons & drama

Delving into the adventurous world of Dungeons & Dragons, the Theatre at UBC production of the Qui Nguyen's She Kills Monsters is a gorgeously constructed...

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