Will lightning strike twice? That’s the question the theatre pros behind Athletes of Soul must be asking themselves.
Placed in lived-in rooms at East Hastings' Patricia Hotel, the Aussie art star's hyperrealistic sculptures find profound new meaning.
We have a wealth of fresh local talent creating cutting-edge new work, as well as truly exciting world-class pieces touring here.
“There’s definitely some kind of wave happening—I remember being in Montreal and thinking, ‘I need to be there for it.’"
"I thought, ‘This dance lets me become a dancer and at the same time a character as well.’ ”
Comedy is in full swing, as evidenced by the upcoming shows itemized for your reading pleasure.
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Turning Point Ensemble's upcoming concert pays tribute to the Czech-born artist's surreal roots.
"I thought, ‘If they’re going to ask me to dribble the ball for a couple hundred metres, I don’t know if I’m gonna get the part.’ ”
From two large all-female casts to East Van Panto’s Non-Binary Tin Person, plays this fall are having fun challenging traditions.
“Watching him follow his dreams head-on has helped me be like, ‘I need to follow my dreams, and keep pushing forward, no matter what.' ”
"I came across this weird-looking harp with a chicken head, and I was like, ‘Oh, what’s this?’"
"How strong a song can I make with just a minute of material? It’s kind of a compositional challenge."
Other exhibitions introduce us to the creative practices of artists from more distant places and cultures.
“When it first started to happen, I was like, ‘What is going on?! Why is this going viral? It’s just my stupid jokes!’ ”
Change is good, and for that reason alone we’re looking at another remarkable year in the realm of classical and contemporary music.
"If I have a good show, I think, ‘Thank God you did that to get to this.’ ”
The celebrated Australian artist's works take over the Downtown Eastside's Patricia Hotel from Friday (September 14) to December 15.
He stars as a 15-year-old math genius who investigates the death of a neighbour’s poodle while also uncovering secrets about his family.
She brings her zitherlike kayagum to symphonic music, not to mention taekwondo demos.
Allison and his podcast team work with both celebrities and regular listeners who want to share their stories.
She's talking about dirt and life and death and winding down her career.
The piece creates a painful, poignant, and yet wildly comical image.
Not every church holds an experimental-music concert as a fundraiser, but then there’s only one church that can boast composer Michael Park as its resident organist.
TaiwanFest runs September 1 to September 3 in Downtown Vancouver.