Actors Mark Crasford and Paul Dunn have to play a whole town's worth of characters.
Subjects include bars, clubs, and love hotels, many of them shot from the street.
At the Audain Art Museum, Archie and spiritual amnesia.
Play based on the true relationship between composer-violinist Sophie Carmen Eckhardt-Gramatté and artist Walter Gramatté finds the music in every detailed moment on stage.
When the main character suddenly regains the use of her limbs, she has to re-evaluate everything--and face some suspicion from peers.
A MOMIX production. A DanceHouse presentation. At the Vancouver Playhouse on Friday, April 12.
Unfolding almost entirely in a jail interview room, the play pits a Jewish legal-aid lawyer against a neo-Nazi skinhead.
Some intriguing likenesses exist between the careers of the two talents with exhibits at the Capture Photography Festival
Gateway Theatre's dance-fuelled portrait of the Preston Rivulettes sometimes tries to cover too much ice, but its acting is top-tier and its choreography is killer.
Austrian dance artist Mayer is challenging social norms on multiple fronts in this Euro festival hit.
Occasionally the performances are too broad, but the play is an important piece of art that tracks the human cost of racism and fear-mongering.
Through driving movement that grows out of the haunting songs, it builds to a physically pummelling climax.
Playwright Sarena Parmar moves the action to the Okanagan, where South Asian struggle to save a family orchard, with inspired but mixed results.
The gallery now resides in the old Pilkington Metal Marine workshop on East Cordova Street, gloriously renovated and repurposed by Patkau Architects.
The script oscillates between the couple’s easy banter and darker monologues about marine debris and our aquatic ancestry.
It's been carefully crafted to provide a poignant exploration of sexual assault that is sure to keep your eyes glued to the stage.
Director Jenny Larson offers a smorgasbord of visual, aural, and verbal delights by orchestrating a fantastic team.
The pinnacle of the Vancouver International Dance Festival opener? When Akaji Maro, in Bride of Frankenstein gown, a wild frightwig, and eerie Noh makeup, makes his grand entrance aboard a cyberslave-drawn wagon.
Director and choreographer Kayla Dunbar has put together a larger-than-life theatrical experience that will keep kids entertained and in awe.
Place the name Monet or Matisse in the title of an exhibition et voilà, instant audience.