What this lavish staging may lack in intimacy it makes up for with nuanced conducting, dynamic vocal work, and endless flapper-era eye candy.
Stephen King and his author wife, Tabitha, are turning their home into a nonprofit writer's retreat.
Chutzpah! Festival is proud to present the Canadian premiere of The Diary of Anne Frank LatinX.
With blunt honesty, relatable humour, and a journalist’s insatiable curiosity, the Toronto-based author investigates our best attempts to treat mental illness.
The festival’s celebration of Jewish culture takes over venues for an entire month.
Twelve days of music, stories, theatre, poetry, films, dance, readings, forums, workshops, exhibits, mixed media, art talks, history, and more.
“It was frightening then and it’s even more frightening now.”
As a local post-secondary art school reopened in the wake of a suspicious fire, Vancouver police have made an arrest for arson.
The Vancouver Bach Choir launches its season with two works rooted in the deep, personal spirituality of their composers.
New season offers works by two internationally acclaimed dance makers, inviting attendees to surrender to the sublime experience of living.
Atwood's The Testaments is the third sequel to have won many believe is the most prestigious literary prize in the world.
In recent years, there's been a growing chorus of concern over how a Crown corporation is managing the site.
Tetsuro Shigematsu, Kevin Loring, and Sean Harris Oliver are all up for the prize.
When she learns to read, Su-Ling’s mind is opened to new possibilities, setting her on a dangerous path to independence