Lam’s five-member cast is terrific, with David Bloom and Linden Banks giving nuanced performances that make them impossible to write off as easy villains.
The real stars here are director Lauren Taylor and the crew.
A writer types a line in Halifax. Within seconds, a choir sings that same line in Vancouver. It’s not time travel, teleportation or mindreading—it’s theatre.
More of a theatrical movement than a performance, ZeeZee Productions' Human Library—returning to PuSh for its fifth year—allows visitors to VPL's Central Branch an opportunity to 'borrow' a human book for 20 minutes.
With the presidential inauguration of Donald Trump, will George Takei's efforts have been in vain?