Dressing up as Taylor Swift is more of a drag for Paige Frewer than dressing up masculine.
As Darcy Michael has grown more famous, he has toyed with how to represent himself.
It’s impossible to pin David C. Jones down as just one particular type of entertainer.
While the group was formed to promote and campaign for LGBT culture, House of La Douche has grown in cultural diversity in recent years.
Just performing Bach’s most famous work, let alone improvising on it, is a true test of ability.
The event isn’t just a brave new venture from the folks at Early Music Vancouver—it’s also a resurrection of sorts for MusicFest Vancouver.
The prize-winning author is best known for books steeped in the tormented encounter between Canada’s aboriginal and nonaboriginal peoples.
The creators of the whacked-out musical twist on Titus Andronicus have learned not to get too analytical about the mind behind so many masterpieces.
The Straight asks comedians about their life-changing shows, favourite comedy albums, and a time they bombed on stage.
The Vancouver-born sextet describes its sense of humour in one word: “fucked”.