The ensemble really cooks when it hits the stage for A Musical Banquet.
Formed largely by breakaway members of Cirque du Soleil, the troupe plays with all things winter.
Circus, origin myths, projected artworks, and throat singing help form an ambitious new hybrid om Artcirq, the 7 Fingers, and Taqqut Productions.
“Working with a symphony is something that I’ve dreamed about for a long time" says the Lower Mainland star.
A circus show that tackles gender politics and body-shaming amid aerials, comedy, and spoken word? Why not?
No one knows how Beowulf would have been presented a thousand years ago.
The local actor-playwright was not about to pen a tragic play about the situation—mostly because the idea of million-dollar-plus shoe boxes and $2,200-per-month apartments has reached such absurd heights.
When is it right for a new-music festival to focus on the past? “Now” might be the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra’s response.
The brother of local maestro (and duelling Nutcracker conductor) Leslie Dala estimates he's taken the podium for Peter Ilich Tchaikovsky's dazzling score about 400 times.
The buzzed-about talent turned to theoretical physicist and Time Reborn author Lee Smolin for a script that gave her a new appreciation for minutes and hours.
Larocque, who's also president and CEO of the Arts Umbrella, is enthusiastic about what the student performers will take away from appearing on Vancouver’s most glamorous stage.
The Russian-born prima ballerina has danced the Sugar Plum Fairy role around the world.