The celebrated school has launched the careers of many actors and directors.
The U.K. artist uses intricate projected drawings and classical Indian dance to tell a story of a boy’s quest for identity.
Playwright Amy Rutherford created an older and a younger self to portray events from alternate viewpoints.
The VSO, Chor Leoni, and the Little Chamber Music Series That Could look back across a century to Armistice.
Kristi Lane Sinclair's song reminds us of killing that's happening right here at home.
The new piece was inspired by the ripple effects of the #MeToo movement.
“My next challenge is to write material that doesn’t talk about this whole fish-out-of-water situation."
Contaminated water, politicians choosing economics over the environment, and media grappling with truth versus fake news—those may sound like themes pulled from today’s headlines.
At a time when most cultural bets seem to be on the short and immediate, this podcast has taken long-form journalism to what can only be described as an extreme.
Meaning “red kiss” in Italian, Bacio Rosso is full of surprises.
From upcycled lanterns to delightfully creepy "uddercakes", these are the objects (and people) shaping B.C.'s diverse design scene.
The Dutch-Flemish dance artist been fascinated with both the negative and positive associations of the colour black throughout history.
“I am a human being of my time," the musician says. "I am a pianist of my time. And my time is 2018.”
Percussion master Sal Ferreras aims to go far beyond bossa nova in the show.
The three champion virtuosos will offer an ideal sampling of the instrument's artistry.
Here are three options for the curious mind to consider.
At heart, the piece is a magical combination of text and sound, where living forms of spirituality meet ancient rites.
The confidence, the freedom, and the voice the company is expressing are an apt celebration of what the company has accomplished in just under a decade.
The French dance sensation uses aerial wires to defy gravity and explore identity.
In a central installation, each dancer’s “physical archive” is eerily displayed on a lightbox set atop a wooden plinth.
The program has new relevance, with the pending demolition of the Georgia Viaduct sparking calls for the city to recognize Hogan’s Alley with an African-Canadian cultural centre.
Members of the Australian ensemble have been making circus together since they were eight or nine years old, leading to a rare degree of bonding.
She reacts with delight at the sight of her recently uncrated works, shipped from public and private collections across the continent.
Behind the cancans and parties, the piece has deeper meaning.
The new works, which Black Dog will premiere over Quartetti’s three-night run, will be the product of the Indigenous Youth String Quartet Project, led by Navajo composer Raven Chacon.