In the second act of Arts Club Theatre Company artistic director Ashlie Corcoran's debut production, all the elements coalesce into an electrifying sequence.
If you like the TV show, you’re going to love this production.
As three troubled Cape Breton sisters, Lynda Boyd, Nicola Cavendish, and Beatrice Zeilinger could hold the stage with just a kitchen table and three chairs.
Characters Lily (Grace Le), Emma (Olivia Lang), and Chris (Carlen Escarraga) show remarkable chemistry in a nuanced play by Christine Quintana.
It features compelling performances and creative staging, but Norman Yeung's play is a bit too cerebral to truly forge a deep connection.
At the Vancouver Art Gallery, the endlessly inventive artist and musician has created massive handbuilt speakers, kitchen-cabinet acoustic diffusers, and a washing-machine portable generator.
The rising interdisciplinary art star's show, called my auntie bought all her skidoos with bead money, features works that shift and vanish
The climactic confrontation in this poisonous mother-daughter tale is impossible to forget.
Babelle Theatre production, set on the Sunshine Coast, features nuanced acting and compelling conflict between the generations, but still leaves questions.
One killer speech encompasses all the play’s themes: the price of honour, the sanctity of duty, and the burden of fathers and father figures.