Both the transformative power of theatre and the end of apartheid come under review in this production.
As a visual spectacle alone, Anda Union is likely to be worth the price of admission to its Sunday (March 26) concert at the Chan Centre for the Performing Arts.
The internment of B.C.’s Japanese population during the Second World War is a matter of public record, but less well-known is how devastating this proved for maritime communities.
The Vancouver Recital Society is bringing him to the Chan Centre on Sunday (March 19).
It’s a show that changes every night, and for those who have seen it, it’s like an addiction.
Mark Leiren-Young's Bar Mitzvah Boy is one of the shows that will debut this fall.
Tonight the Georgia Straight is proud to host a live webcast of Theatre for Living’s šxʷʔam̓ət (home).
It may be subtitled “A celebration of refusal and denial”, but the next edition of FUSE is definitely an invitation worth accepting.
The Canadian standup started spinning jokes on-stage at the age of 17 and he hasn’t stopped since.
Vetta’s first-ever composer in residence, Eileen Padgett, will debut her latest piece, Resilience: In Praise of Women.