In January last year, England’s Guardian newspaper made a dramatic declaration.
From projections with audio to cameraless exposures, the citywide Capture festival roster shows the diversity of the exploding art form.
Even if you’ve seen Blackheart Burlesque in the past, Sunny Suicide suggests that this round won’t be the same.
Will George can’t say that his rendition of Peter Maxwell Davies’s Eight Songs for a Mad King will be perfect, but he promises t
An American divorcee who nearly felled the British monarchy with her lady parts. That is how Wallis Simpson became one of history’s Much Maligned Women.
Young veterans of Afghanistan tell their stories on an artful new tribute pole, and find themselves healing along the way.
Elijah was adventurous in its time, and it would be easy to make parallels between Julius Schubring’s libretto and things that are going on today.
It’s obvious that the 35-year-old Gervais is no stranger to the unconventional.
Tawiah M’carthy says that theatre helped him to heal his relationship with God.
A complex new program brings Ballet B.C.’s Emily Molnar back to the big questions posed by an iconic choreographer.