At the Vancouver International Children’s Festival, a new play finds modern relevance in the age-old “Little Red Riding Hood”.
The upcoming Vancouver International Children’s Festival has a small army of category- and expectation-defying artists and performances.
Not only is the world coming to the Arts Umbrella Dance Company these days, the company’s members are going out into the world.
In its third year, the rEvolver Theatre Festival, which features new theatrical work, has suddenly come of age.
At the rEvolver Theatre Festival, The Art of Building a Bunker aims to unsettle.
If the idea of visiting a museum doesn't quite excite you, you're probably not alone.
The ‘80s Canadian comedy stars may be adults now, but they’re getting along better than ever—and are going to crush your head.
Frost has moved away from commentary into more personal stories, which resonate with audiences more, even if they can’t totally relate to the string of bad luck that follows him around.
Who’s this Jeff Hanneman guy? And why is Edward Top arranging Hanneman’s composition “Angel of Death” for the local chamber sextet’s survey of dark and obsessive sounds?
The bold young collective has collaborated with everyone from animators to filmmakers, but for this new piece it’s worked for the first time with a theatre artist.