The Firehall Arts Centre is presenting Toronto artist Heather Hermant’s interdisciplinary ribcage: this wide passage, the true story of the first Jewish woman to land in Canada.
The searing play takes place in the wake of the Civil War amid the ruins of a plantation and that focuses on three men—one of whom has owned the other two through slavery.
The duo will appear at the Chan Centre for the Performing Arts’ Beyond Words series.
Hands up: Who’s missing Craig Ferguson on their TVs?
You’ve heard of lion dancing, but dragon dancing is something new to Vancouver.
Serbian-Canadian Tina Milo knows what it’s like to fall into the abyss.
Don’t forget your light sabre.
We dare you to try to sit still.
Finish off the Valentine’s Day weekend in style with works by Elvis Costello and celebrated local composer Jocelyn Morlock.
If you find yourself alone on Saturday night, head down the Rickshaw to meet up with some fellow singles.