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The Prince’s Play gets mired in verbosity
By Tony Harrison. Adapted from Victor Hugo’s Le Roi s’amuse. Directed by C. W. Marshall. A United Players production. At the Jericho Arts Centre on Friday, March 29. Continues...
Balm in Gilead is a unique and exciting theatrical experience
By Lanford Wilson. Directed by Bob Frazer. A Studio 58 production. At Studio 58 on Saturday, March 23. Continues until April 7 Bob Frazer’s innovative production of Lanford Wilson...
2 Pianos 4 Hands will speak to anyone who's had a dream
Created, directed, and performed by Ted Dykstra and Richard Greenblatt. Produced by Marquis Entertainment and Talking Fingers, presented by the Arts Club. At the Stanley...
The stakes are low in Unstuck
By Evan Tsitsias. Directed by Michael Dobbin. Presented by Screaming Weenie Productions in association with meta.for Theatre. At the PAL Studio Theatre on Saturday, March 16....
There’s not a weak link in the cast of Broken Sex Doll
Written and directed by Andy Thompson. Music by Anton Lipovetsky. A Virtual Stage production. At the Cultch’s Historic Theatre on Thursday, March 14. Continues until March 24 Not...
How Has My Love Affected You? is a vivid depiction of family dysfunction
By Marcus Youssef. Directed by Rachel Ditor. An Arts Club and Neworld Theatre production. At the Revue Stage on Wednesday, March 6. Continues until March 23 How Has My Love...
Extraction carries too much reserve
By Tim Carlson. Directed by Amiel Gladstone. A Theatre Conspiracy production. At the Cultch’s Historic Theatre on Tuesday, March 5. Continues until March 9 And that, as a friend...
Mother Teresa Is Dead will certainly make you think
By Helen Edmundson. Directed by Evan Frayne. A Bleeding Heart Collective production at Pacific Theatre, on Friday, March 1. Continues until March 23 Watching Mother Teresa Is Dead...
Terminus deserves to find its audience
By Mark O’Rowe. Directed by Richard Wolfe. A Pi Theatre production. At Performance Works on Saturday, March 2. Continues until March 17 I’d sell my soul to the devil if I could...
Spring arts 2013: A tiny world, a stampede queen, and a great Dane
From the pages of a pop-up book to the expanse of the mainstage at Bard on the Beach, Vancouver’s spring season runs the gamut in terms of scale. Within that range, some shows...
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Nigel Wright resignation raises new questions about the Prime Minister's Office
Taiwanese animators take on Rob Ford crack smoking allegations
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Film and Vancouver panel examine Monsanto tonight in wake of the company's U.S. court victory
Clueless Kelly Sutherland isn't the only one who hates the Canucks
B.C. NDP grapples with stunning provincial election loss
B.C. Liberals win fourth consecutive majority government
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B.C. Liberals celebrate majority win, Christy Clark loses Point Grey battle
Marc Emery blogs from prison about the B.C. election, the NDP loss, and the B.C. Greens' future
Martyn Brown: Vote Once, Think Twice
Daniel Veniez: Adrian Dix is the reason I'm voting B.C. NDP for the first time in my life
Church vies to take over Centre in Vancouver for Performing Arts
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