Elegant, in fact, barely begins to describe it.
Vanessa Goodman staged a studied, carefully orchestrated ode to the theories of Marshall McLuhan and Glenn Gould. Meanwhile, Idan Sharabi threw it all against the wall in a virtuosically spastic exploration of home, politics, and identity.
Omphile Molusi's script gains undeniable strength when its lead is forced to make unbearable choices.
Despite Vancouver’s many problems, our city’s concert scene continues to grow in excellence, diversity, and adventure.
This spring, you’ll be hard-pressed to find any dance performance that isn’t interdisciplinary.