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Theatre review: Dear Evan Hansen is a complex snapshot of a lonely teen in...

Class, loneliness, and suicide are the three emotional flavours sliding through the musical Dear Evan Hansen. But while the subject matter provides ample emotional...

Theatre review: Le NoShow Vancouver asks us to put a value on live theatre

Le NoShow Vancouver is a 135-minute, sans intermission, interactive exploration into how much we value live theatre and the actors who create it. It...
Mike Delamont

In Conversation with Mike Delamont

Comedian Mike Delmont has been featured at the Halifax Comedy Festival, on CBC's The Debaters, and at Montreal's Just For Laughs. But likely you...
Rebecca deBoer, Celia Aloma, Rob Salvador, and Anthony Santiago in the Pacific Theatre production of Best of Enemies. Photo by Emily Cooper.

Designing for Best of Enemies: a Q&A with Sandy Peters

As Black History Month draws to a close, Pacific Theatre will present the Canadian premiere of Mark St. Germain's Best Of Enemies. Adapted for the...

Theatre review: BIG Sister goes over big time

Naomi Vogt brings younger sister Deborah's words to life with an easy charm and warm honesty that fully engages the audience. And she's not...
James Yi and Maki Yi in the Arts Club Theatre Company production of Kim's Convenience. Photo by David Cooper.

Theatre review: Kim’s Convenience strikes a chord

From its beginnings at the Toronto Fridge Festival in 2011, to the CBC hit series that bears its name, Kim's Convenience has been an...
Members of the cast of in the Vagrant Players Theatre Society production of Pot Kettle Black.

Pot Kettle Black explores the nature of love and the price to be paid...

For its second outing in their 2019-2020 season, Vancouver's Vagrant Players Theatre Society presents the world premiere of Pot Kettle Black, the newest work...

Theatre review: Forget Me Not pushes you down the rabbit hole

With black-marked gallows humour, Forget Me Not is an experiential theatre piece built on a shifting trust. Puppeteer and performer Ronnie Burkett shove you...
The cast (Erica Wilson, Akalu, Ashley Cook and Nick Benz) of the Castlereigh Theatre Project production of God's Lake. Photo by Photo by Astros Media.

God’s Lake focuses on truth and the need for reconciliation

On January 4, 2013, 15-year-old Leah Anderson headed to the community arena in Gods Lake Narrows, Manitoba, to go skating. Two days later, her...
Members of the cast of the Gateway Theatre presentation of ITSAZOO Productions's Straight White Men. Photo by Tim Matheson.

In The Run: Straight White Men

Currently receiving its Canadian premiere at Richmond's Gateway Theatre, the ITSAZOO Productions presentation of Young Jean Lee's Straight White Men is continuing to challenge...
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