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Brilliant young dancers from the Arts Umbrella Dance Company showcase bold, innovative works
Daniel Alwell and Alanna Sager entwined in choreography designed to ignite.
May 16th, 2013
Ask a teenager (they know everything)
The next event in Boca del Lupo's Micro Performance Series 2013 invites you to learn from teens.
May 9th, 2013
Ballet BC's much anticipated Giselle
Alexis Fletcher in a surpisingly original reinvention of the Romantic ballet Giselle. Photo by Michael Slobodian
Apr 21st, 2013
Celebrate National Dance Week and International Dance Day at The Dance Centre
From Contemporary to Baroque to Flamenco to Ukrainian, The Dance Centre has National Dance Week covered.
Apr 23rd, 2013
Delinquent Theatre remounts the hugely successful Stationary: a Recession-era Musical
Office romance blooms in musical written by uber talented Vancouverites Mishelle Cuttler and Christine Quintata ( piictured with love lorn Xander Williams).
Apr 1st, 2013
National Ballet of China tells tragic tale in visually stunning Swan Lake
Technically brilliant soloists and a corps de ballet of swan maidens express this 19th century tale of a love gone terribly wrong.
Feb 26th, 2013
BJM: Works by Millipied, Soto and Marshall beats flowers and chocolates for your Valentine
Accessible dance with substance featuring world class dance and dancers. Let the party begin.
Feb 13th, 2013
Mary Walsh's Dancing with Rage does battle at the Firehall Arts Centre
“I’m desperately ashamed that I’m in this costume when everyone else is wearing Burberry," admits Walsh.
Feb 5th, 2013
One-man King Lear blasts cultural boundaries using Peking Opera and modern theatrical techniques
Distilling the 16 characters of King Lear into a one-person show is no mean feat.
Jan 22nd, 2013
Walking Projects tells compelling city stories in a guided tour
There are three events associated with "Walking Projects: Vancouver, crawling, weeping, betting” and all of them are fascinating and free. battery opera performance and Unit/Pitt Projects presents...
Dec 23rd, 2013