The social experiment is fully under way and we’re all somewhat complicit in what happens to a chosen audience member.
Angry, militant, “scary”, and feminist, Macy is less a character than a collection of stereotypes about black, queer women.
A number of the puppetry traditions on view here are recognized by UNESCO as parts of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity.
Ohad Naharin's Minus 16 brought a whooping audience to its feet, as the company celebrates its own Ballet BC Day today.
Featuring the playwright and a different actor sharing the stage each night, the innovative and poetic show is like a warm hug for the audience.
Ralph Fiennes's uneven movie centres on the Russian dancer's dramatic defection to the West in 1961.
Memories and sensations are evoked in colour and gesture indicating sky, land, and water, over which float brilliant organic forms.
Playwright Lauren Yee humanizes the struggle of Asian athletes, and the acting is strong.
The trio of leads is strong amid an austere, and increasingly prisonlike set.
In this picture-book-pretty production, Simone McIntosh’s mezzo soprano sails into some dazzling acrobatics for the punishing final aria, while prince Charles Sy shows off a bright and flowing bel canto tenor.
The show celebrates the relationship between Indigenous women and that most fundamentally life-giving element.
Beatrice (Eileen Barrett) and Phyllis (Meaghan Chenosky) appear at times to be holding it together following a death, but these characters are broken in very different ways.
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