"Maybe we love a book because we see something of ourselves in it."
Touring in support of her new album, the singer offers up a deeply personal meditation on women’s narratives in today’s America.
A work for five dancers, Reading the Bones is distilled from the 33-year history of Kokoro Dance’s butoh-inspired creations.
There are a few truly great scenes in this story reframed as a family drama, and they come at the very end, when Joan faces death.
Old-ish, My Name is SUMIKO, and Guards at the Taj are some of the hit shows you'll get a chance to catch at Performance Works hold-over series.
“Rocío Molina is one of the most boundary-pushing flamenco artists of our time.”
Step in and experience Indonesia!
Featuring holiday musical 'Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor', acclaimed Canadian plays, and a Broadway comedy
Galleries continue to embrace all that is digital while examining what remains of the natural.
The city has lost a standup club since last fall, but there’s still plenty of comedy of all styles to be had at venues across town.
One's trajectory led, indirectly, to a coveted spot at Ballet BC; the other took her passion for street styles and turned it into Ouro Dance Collective.
"I like making things more shiny—or not shiny, exactly, but adding more flavour."
This coming season boasts a variety of captivating and challenging shows.
Ingrid Gipson has been living on her own in the backwoods of Oklahoma for more than three decades.