Arts Features

In Through the Gaze of a Navel, Emelia Symington Fedy will—ever so gently—tear the stuffing out of the trend she calls spiritual capitalism.
Shaw’s provocative play about prostitution gets a staging in the Downtown Eastside aimed at showing how little has changed.
In addition to the dazzling visuals, Pixar’s movies have won acclaim for their music.
Spanish choreographer Cayetano Soto headed to Munich to hone his craft; now he travels the world, and has a new work for Ballet B.C.
In her newest script, playwright Judith Thompson picks up the story of a lonely death.
If Tracy Letts' site-specific play feels a tad too intimate and claustrophobic—well, that’s kind of the idea.
I will tell you why you need to retain the elementary band and strings program.
With its unique setup of stage veterans leading amateur talent in the shows, it’s also spawned many local acting and stage professionals.
Michael Healey’s controversial Proud finally sees its local debut, with a heavily fictionalized take on the Harper Conservatives.
The piece by the Latvian composer will be performed by Chor Leoni and the Elektra Women’s Choir in time for Easter.