There’s a parallel between those piscine voyagers and the Lower Mainland’s Japanese-Canadian population.
For those wondering why the heritage event has picked an avant-garde flute virtuoso to take the helm, he’s got a ready answer.
West Vancouver’s Harmony Arts Festival is upping its visual-art ante, both indoors and out.
With The Faerie Play, Mortal Coil again takes the idea of site-specific theatre to new heights, amid the crops, woods, and sunflowers.
Where would you draw the line?
The president of the Jessie Richardson Theatre Awards Society board of directors gets it.
Long-term discontent about racial representation in Vancouver's theatre scene has risen to the surface.
It’s a good time for historical queens again, as several Early Music Vancouver Festival concerts celebrate from July 26 to August 7.
Henry Purcell’s Dido and Aeneas opera brings together the natural and supernatural at the Early Music Vancouver Festival.
On its silver anniversary, Carousel Theatre’s Teen Shakespeare Program is taking a stab at one of Shakespeare’s history plays.