Fall Arts Preview 2014: Talents to watch and must-see shows in Vancouver

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      Crack cellists, inspired erhu players, and driven ballet dancers: our Fall Arts Preview puts the hottest up-and-coming artists in the spotlight. Plus, our critics pick the shows you can't miss.

       

      Theatre


      Actor Emmelia Gordon finds fearlessness

      Actor Emma Slipp leaves pain far behind

      Critics’ picks: Star power and solid reviews fuel stage picks

       

      Music


      Cellist Marina Hasselberg enjoys a challenge

      Erhu player Nicole Ge Li follows her calling

      Critics’ picks: The season is music to the ears

       

      Dance


      Livona Ellis loves a good ballet challenge

      Dance artist Julianne Chapple takes an unconventional route

      Critics’ picks: Dance goes sleekly futuristic

       

      Visual arts


      Corey Bulpitt melds Haida forms with hip-hop

      Visual artist Kelly Lycan merges photos and installations

      Critics' picks: Ancient treasures to Ai Weiwei, art ignites

       

      Comedy


      Comedian Garrett Clark's rise is no joke

      Kevin Banner crafts comedy his way

      Critics' picks: Vancouver's comedy scene is set to kill

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      3 Comments

      Hazlit

      Sep 11, 2014 at 7:38am

      "Comedy" is not art but a context in which to belittle people and get away with it.

      Oh Hazlit

      Sep 11, 2014 at 12:27pm

      Always a ball o' laughs, eh! If you don't think comedy is an art form in this city, you don't get out much.

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