Opening August 8 at Metropolis at Metrotown, the just-announced art show draws attention to rubber sandals polluting the world's waterways.
Tickets on sale today for the 29th fest, which features several world premieres.
Lan Tung of the Orchid Ensemble and Aeriosa’s Julia Taffe reimagine a 2,000-year-old Chinese book of legends.
Coastal Wolf Pack and Mortal Coil Performance adapt a Coast Salish story with song, dance, and a giant 12-foot puppet.
The self-deprecating performer—who also deprecates everyone else—has called his Del Rio character “Don Rickles in a wig”.
A series of 11 fires were set at community book exchange boxes, known as Little Libraries, from March to May.
The Capture Photography Festival has announced that Emmy Lee Wall will be taking over its helm.
At the Monday night ceremony at Bard on the Beach, winners and presenters celebrated theatre as a tool for social change.
In the 1946 comedy-dranma, a wealthy junk magnate arrives in Washington with an ex-showgirl.
The night’s big winners include Bard on the Beach, Théâtre la Seizième, and the Cultch’s Heather Redfern for advancing diversity.
PARC Retirement Living kicks in $400,000 today to boost capital campaign project to improve theatre’s accessibility and sound quality
The best dances at the fest are the ones that come from the heart.
Expect everything from appearances by street-art star Shepard Fairey to open-air discos and mini-marathons from August 1 to 10.
As part of Indian Summer Festival, the man whose Sun City photo series is part of the Moving Still exhibit, talks about gay life in a country where homosexuality was a criminal act up until last year.