This spring’s theatre lineup includes some contemporary classics, a number of new plays that take a hard look at politically charged issues, and, on the lighter side, violent clowns.
JFL NorthWest ends next week, but the unofficial festival keeps on truckin’.
The show is a major institutional acknowledgment of the artist's pioneering and sustained work.
Look for African influences, Israeli superstars, Japanese spectacles, Canadian icons, and even a show—yes!—on an ice rink
After a remarkable 34-year run, Vancouver’s most deliciously theatrical experience is finally taking the stage.
Shifting cultural and political realities converge in a series of unexpected exhibits in the region this season.
This spring’s musical calendar features a major new opera festival, a massive women's-choir event, and concerts that boldly bridge cultures.
Someday, and it won’t be long, the world of classical music will be just as eclectic and untrammelled as any other field of popular entertainment.
"It became about physical challenge and execution, to find the resources you need to drive the performance.”
It’s been 17 years since Colin Quinn anchored “Weekend Update” on Saturday Night Live, but Quinn can’t help but have an opinion on the current man in charge.