The seasoned reporter peeled apart the case of John Meehan, a sociopathic con man whose career cut across the U.S. for decades.
Dance artist Alvin Erasga Tolentino not only interfaces with flamenco and Indian classical dance, but taps his own voice with composer-performer Gabriel Dharmoo.
The dancers at rehearsal are collapsed around the room catching their breath, some flapping their T-shirts to cool off, others slumped on the barres.
The power of the Green Day-based musical is in its suggestion that anger can be cathartic.
Which Wainwright will we see when he comes to the Orpheum next week, for a performance with the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra?
Reclaiming language has helped rebuild identity, the key to finding a way forward amid truth and reconciliation.
This new musical blends two sonic heritages.
The company may be based on the other side of the planet, but it feels a deep kinship with what’s going on here in Canada.
As documented on If, the recently released CD that Davies and Fretwork made together, the pairing is harmonious and thought-provoking.
Read first-person artists' stories of evictions abound as the group tries to capture the scale of the problem through a survey, artworks, and discussions that happen October 25 and 26.
The symphony's recently installed music director sees the folk-music nostalgia in Anton Dvořák’s ninth symphony.
She's even cooler than you think.