You Will Remember Me, Eastside Culture Crawl & Dance in Vancouver
You Will Remember Me, Eastside Culture Crawl & Dance in Vancouver

This week Ruby Slippers Theatre presents a play about family and memory, the Eastside Culture Crawl gets underway, and the biennial Dance in Vancouver highlights our city’s contemporary dance community.

[dropcap]1[/dropcap]Ruby Slippers Theatre returns to The Cultch with You Will Remember Me (Nov 17-28), From Quebec writer Francois Archambault, it is a deeply personal and moving new play about family and memory that deals with an aging patriarch suffering from dementia, and the people who struggle to care for him.

You Will Remember Me
You Will Remember Me is about family and memory.

[dropcap]2[/dropcap]The Eastside Culture Crawl (Nov 19-22) is the annual four-day visual arts festival in November that involves artists on Vancouver’s Eastside opening their studio to the public. With over 400 artists displaying their work it truly has become the heart of the East Van creative community.

Photo: Alex Timmer / The SnackArt Collective.
Photo: Alex Timmer / The SnackArt Collective.

[dropcap]3[/dropcap]Vancouver’s contemporary dance scene takes centre stage in Dance In Vancouver (Nov 18-22), the biennial event that provides a unique opportunity to experience the diversity of contemporary dance generated by local artists.

Dance in Vancouver
The biennial Dance in Vancouver celebrates contemporary dance in our city.