Though inventive, this material is witless.
Director Ian Farthing’s production of Frost/Nixon is as stylin’ as David Frost’s coloured, white-collared dress shirts were in 1977.
’Tis Pity is a difficult play, and this production only partly overcomes its challenges.
Lillian Hellman’s The Children’s Hour is a provocative and ambitious work, particularly for summertime audiences.
Watching two long acts that you don’t care about is boring.
Vancouver just found its summer hit.
Shakespeare’s Rebel is very busily going somewhere. But where?
The amazing thing about Les Misérables is that, at the exact moment that you’re going, “My God, could it get any cornier?”, the show brings tears to your eyes.
If you’re a fan of the Jazz Age, you won’t be disappointed. If you’re a Shakespeare purist, you might be.
Bard on the Beach is a major cultural institution in Vancouver. We should demand better from it.