Arts Features

The all-male Ballets Trockadero de Monte Carlo pulls off some serious pointe work in its uproarious parodies of classics.
Spend an hour with drummer Dave Symington and you’ll walk away not only riotously entertained, but also awed by the general badassness that’s been part of his journey.
The first time Argentine innovator Mariano Pensotti showed his work in Vancouver, it was spread through the streets and storefronts of Gastown.
In our preview of the PuSh International Performing Arts Festival, dance meets home science experiments, circus takes a new twist, and a stage turns split-screen.
The new PostSecret: The Show brings to life the web-art project that went viral.
The Vancouver Symphony Orchestra’s New Music Festival takes unique scores and unexpected collaborations to the Orpheum.
Kelly-Marie Murphy credits Vancouver Symphony Orchestra music director Bramwell Tovey with kick-starting her career—and a psychotic neighbour with advancing it further.
Louise Lecavalier, the muscular, platinum-haired eye of La La La Human Steps’ dance hurricane throughout the 1980s and ’90s, has always been fearless.
A new exhibit pays tribute to a gang of young East Van art rebels and their groundbreaking, video-driven work from 1972 to 1982.
No matter how big you get, it’s always wise to keep your expectations nice and low.