This tale invokes issues from the authenticity of art to moral questions about whether ends justify dubious means.
The growing number of COVID-19 cases couldn't have come at a worse time for Vancouver's creative community, which has had to cancel several live performances.
Every business that was already operational can stay open with the exception of live theatre, according to the company's artistic director and executive director.
Dr. Bonnie Henry is okay with groups of six going to the bar and drinking themselves silly until 10 p.m., but it's forbidden to sit among a small crowd in a physically distanced cultural venue wearing a mask.
Vanessa Goodman, Livona Ellis, Rebecca Margolick, and Mary-Louise Albert were all scheduled to perform solos tonight at the Scotiabank Dance Centre.
This month, choreographer and dancer Margaret Grenier’s lifetime of work received national recognition when she received the 2020 Walter Carsen Prize for Excellence in the Performing Arts.
The winners were announced at a ceremony in Toronto that was broadcast online.
The Chop's show has been produced in Scotland and Australia; now, it's finally getting a Vancouver premiere.
The Shanghai-based artist will discuss her yet-to-be-released video game.
Tickets for the event are $25.
Online concert takes place December 11.
The Lisa Nemetz Festival of International Jewish Performing Arts takes place in Vancouver from November 21 to 28.