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Relay: an interesting experiment

Ame Henderson/Public Recording’s Relay is an interesting theatrical experiment. Presently on tour across Canada, this Toronto company intrigues the Vancouver audience with a performance based purely…read more

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Circa, presented by the PuSh Festival, throws down pedal to the metal performance


Tara Cheyenne Friedenberg showcases a macabre Victorian at Dances for a Small Stage

Death becomes her. At Dances for a Small Stage, host Tara Cheyenne Friedenberg performs a piece inspired by a 17 acre cemetery.


Alberta Ballet delivers a jewel of a Nutcracker

Russia 1892, when Tchaikosvsky's ballet first premiered, is recreated in the Alberta Ballet's latest version.


In Experiments-Where Emotion and Logic Collide, a three year collaboration comes to fruition

Viewing a process-heavy collaboration’s product is always an interesting prospect. Sometimes the product is not as important to the creators as the making of it. In Experiments-Where Emotion

A Lie of the Mind puts the fun in family Dysfunction

Rebecca Auerbach, Ryan Beil, Josh Drebit, Kathleen Duborg, Lara Gilchrist, Patrick Keating, Daryl King and Barbara Pollard directed by Stephen Malloy in A Lie of the Mind at

Ballet BC reaches dizzying heights in three-piece contemporary ballet

Illustrating once again that ballet in Vancouver is reborn with a revitalized devotion to exciting contemporary aesthetics, Ballet BC combines incredible dance talent and compelling choreography in...


Stylish romp with a deadly outcome in Mimi or a Poisoner’s Comedy

Touchstone Theatre starts off its 35th season with murderous style.


Trudeau Stories reminds us of the former leader’s unmatched legacy

Halfway through watching Brooke Johnson’s Trudeau Stories at Presentation House, I wondered whether such a play could have been written and performed with regard to any other Canadian

Famed butoh company Sankai Juku’s Tobari is a hypnotic masterpiece

It’s not everyday that famed Butoh company Sankai Juku comes to town. So right off the top, kudos to DanceHouse for bringing this remarkable, internationally renowned company to

Stupendously silly “What About Luv?” is rollicking good fun

As we head into the darkest days of the year, banish those blues with What About Luv?


Mark Boulos at the Belkin

Human interpretations of "God's language," explorations of ecstasy and guerrilla warfare: welcome to the work of filmmaker/artist Mark Boulos.


Vessel overflows with originality and creativity

Vessel, Out Innerspace Dance Theatre’s first full length contemporary dance work is, simply put, fascinating. Choreographed and performed by directors David Raymond and Tiffany Tregarthen and joined...


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