Challenging and smart, raunchy and complicated, Hannah Moscovitch's exquisitely written play adeptly interweaves humour, sadness, live music, physics, and even dance.
Formerly of Boca del Lupo and Carousel Theatre for Young People, Gutteridge replaces longtime artistic managing director Mary-Louise Albert.
A circus show that tackles gender politics and body-shaming amid aerials, comedy, and spoken word? Why not?
No one knows how Beowulf would have been presented a thousand years ago.
Who knew that a play from the 17th century could get so lurid, dark, and bloody?
Vancouver Symphony Orchestra maestro Otto Tausk has assembled a dazzling program of cutting-edge compositions for this year’s edition of the fest.
The local actor-playwright was not about to pen a tragic play about the situation—mostly because the idea of million-dollar-plus shoe boxes and $2,200-per-month apartments has reached such absurd heights.
When is it right for a new-music festival to focus on the past? “Now” might be the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra’s response.
Standup headliner Jimmy Shubert kicks off the action at the historic Columbia Theatre in New Westminster.
After a frantic search for another venue, the longtime theatre company is on the hook for costs and time spent building the show.
Nominations open to January 31 in categories ranging from arts and culture to multiculturalism, healthcare, and more.
B.C,'s health minister offers his picks in a variety of categories.
From a musical built on a movie classic to a Jane Austen-inspired bon-bon, here are some productions we recommend.
Smyth sold his share in Little Sister's—which had become a gathering place for Vancouver's queer community—in 2016, two year's after partner Jim Deva's death.