Through his physical interpretations of the poetry and musings of Rumi, a 13th century Persian theologian and Islamic scholar
Speaking about his work, Fortier seems as energized and inspired as ever.
In Vancouver, a world away from Spain, how many children could possibly be interested in studying flamenco dance?
The local ensemble’s eight cellists display the kleptomania of their art with a program that steals music written for other instruments
At this year’s Dancing on the Edge festival, bold choreography collides with everything from flash fiction to Hong Kong cinema
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.