Vancouver just might have the edge on Amsterdam, but we’re not talking about herbally enhanced smokes, brownies, or gummy bears here.
Veteran standup Dan Quinn puts pros on-stage for his new weekly comedy gig, and finds the atmospheric digs are no joke.
Young driver talks cabs, customers, and breaking the stigma.
Vancouver’s French-language company Théâtre la Seizième scored big time at the 33rd annual Jessie Richardson Theatre Awards at the Commodore Ballroom on June 22.
Young dancers will hit the stage in Seoul to represent Canada.
Victor Kolstee and Rosario Ancer started teaching respect for the art form 25 years ago—long before it was popular.
Josol has been entertaining audiences around the world since 2003, and before that throughout Canada.
Campbell hopes to bring the compassionate power of the text to Bard audiences, but he admits that he has been fretting about his ability to do so.
This year’s activities, aimed at all ages and levels of artistic ability, encompass themes as diverse as Chinese mythology, sea monsters, Northwest Coast symbols, and grand opera
When the curtain rises on the Lion King stage show in Vancouver, the soothsayer Rafiki will let loose with a musical call to the animal kingdom that seems like it can be heard all the way to Africa.