No wonder the Vancouver Opera chose to include the perennial audience charmer in its inaugural festival.
Sister Helen Prejean herself was on hand for a show that's a must-see for anyone who doubts that opera can speak to the here and now
As Iago, a menacing Gregory Dahl creeps around like a leopard on the prowl, stalking the formidable ramparts and stairs that cut through the bold set
Third World Bunfight production features fierce performances, startling visual design, and irreverent surtitles
Featuring the magnetic Veda Hille, Caroline Shaw, and Adrian Verdejo, this is seasonal music without aesthetic compromise.
Strange puppets bring a cool new twist to a work that's more than a century old, and should fascinate viewers young and old.
Good performances of great music are common, but performances that change the way you hear a great and famous work are rare.
The opening days of Early Music Vancouver's new summer festival illustrate broad range of musical brilliance
Eva Perón remains an enigma long after "Don't Cry for Me, Argentina" leaves your brain
Vancouver Opera's classical staging finds audience jumping to its feet in a loud, extended standing O