The cast gives an authentic, emotional recounting of hurt, humour, and hormone pills in the transgender community.
Shay Kuebler and Radical System Art's new piece is a mix of brain and brawn, with references to everything from Broadway to Bushido samurai culture to Aristotle.
Audience members can choose the show's path with a click of a remote--posing mind-boggling challenges for a cast that seems to handle it all with ease and humour.
When Maddy overhears Jack Sr. trash-talking Sherry, the façade of politeness crumbles and they go head to head.
The company's new, young talent helps hone Medhi Walerski's vision to a sophisticated sheen.
Tender tribute to the beloved Winnie-the-Pooh stories gives audience members firsthand perspective of Christopher Robin.
The play centres on the animosity between Ann Atwater, an African-American advocate for school integration, and C.P. Ellis, a white segregationist.
A DanceHouse production. At the Vancouver Playhouse on Friday, February 28
Born and based on the southern tip of Baffin Island, her fantastical work leaps beyond the “Inuit” into the mainstream of international contemporary art
At the Vancity Culture Lab on Thursday, February 20. Continues until February 29
Go see Sara-Jeanne Hosie's new musical at the Firehall Arts Centre so that we can start talking freely and healthily about sex every day of the week.
Boone Dog Productions finds the right balance of light comedy and moving drama.
The Australian production being presented by Carousel Theatre for Young People features a title character who's a robot from outer space.
The host of Magic for Humans also provided topnotch comedy for humans, while the SNL star brought killer impersonations.
Success aside, the Colombian-born Botero has never garnered the critical success of Gerhard Richter, Richard Serra, or David Hockney.
A magnetic, youthful cast energizes a production whose farce is as smooth as one of Figaro's shaves.
At the Arts Club, playwrights and actors Ellen Close and Braden Griffiths have crafted something very special and thoroughly contemporary.
Young Jean Lee invites viewers to watch the story of its titular characters through a clever framework.
Staged on a haunting, sand-swept set, this border story is sprawling in its scope.
The gently interactive show is most memorable as an act of generosity.