Thou canst expect a rip-roaring, speakeasy-happy time.
If you weren’t aware that you could rock out to choral music, you’re in for a pleasant surprise.
Not everyone wants to welcome the shortest night of the year by heading to a cemetery, but if you’re not spooked by grave affairs, we have a solstice date for you.
Here’s a tip well-known to die-hard theatre fans: the Jessie Richardson Theatre Awards ceremony is one of the most fun shows you’ll see all year.
What do Raffi and Rush have in common?
If Botticelli, Bellini, and Titian sound familiar, you now know where to go.
Wine-and-cheese tastings and artist demonstrations add considerably to the atmosphere.
Expect a production that defies stereotypes about the community and that fully inspires the able-bodied.
The VSO is tackling Gustav Mahler’s majestic, mind-blowing Symphony No. 5 in C-Sharp Minor.
Expect innovation—to the max.