Where do you start talking about Ballet British Columbia’s latest program?
“Better than LSD!” one viewer enthused on his way out of the Playhouse.
Maybe you had to be there.
The double bill, inspired by two historic French-speaking artists, met with a standing O and is an early contender for dance show of the year.
Vanessa Goodman staged a studied, carefully orchestrated ode to the theories of Marshall McLuhan and Glenn Gould. Meanwhile, Idan Sharabi threw it all against the wall in a virtuosically spastic exploration of home, politics, and identity.
Hold on tight to your beer as there are surprises everywhere you turn around at this concert-meets-multimedia-dance show
Four artists are serving up a delectable Chinese candy box of artistic expression, just in time for the Lunar New Year.
Spring requires energy while love demands risk, and both were in short supply on Friday.
In the most farcical way possible, Dark Matter takes on big questions of quantum physics.