Music Arts Reviews
Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street is one of the darkest big musicals out there, but even by that standard, Vancouver Opera’s ambitious new staging goes for a deeper shade of black.
In Freud’s Last Session, writer Mark St. Germain imagines a meeting between Sigmund Freud, who regarded religion as a neurotic delusion, and literary intellectual C.S. Lewis, a recent convert to Christianity.
The show resonates because it goes beyond weird-but-true facts to challenge human notions of sexual norms.
Visual Arts Reviews
Angela Grossmann’s recent works continue her creative practice of improvising new imagery out of found photographs.
Privacy, security, and government surveillance are important things to think about, and Foreign Radical provides a very cool format in which to do that thinking.