Andrea Rabinovitch

Andrea Rabinovitch, an active member of the Edmonton arts scene before moving to Salt Spring Island in 2003 and then Vancouver in 2008, has made her living in theatre and dance as a writer, educator, choreographer, director, performer, publicist and administrator for 30 years. Having been an arts reporter for The Gateway, Vue Magazine, See Magazine and The Edmonton Journal, she continues to write for Aqua Magazine, Driftwood Publishing and the Vancouver Observer. Andrea also teaches at Arts Umbrella Dance.

Bboyizm's dance grooves hard at The Cultch

The Cultch stage replaces the hip hop cypher with joyful dancing.

Civilization devolves to mayhem in "Hunter Gatherers"

Looks like a dinner party of four old friends until the animals within are released.

The Interplay Project explores unique multidisciplinary collaboration

Creativity reigns in multidisciplinary collaboration.

The Dance Centre opens Global Dance Connections with Ballet Preljocal

105 minutes of John Cage's brilliant sound score "Empty Words" underlies Cunningham technique-based undertaking. Photo: Jean-Claude Carbonne

Last One Stands 2014 erupts with street dance excellence

International and local dancers battle it out for the winner in hip hop, popping, locking/waacking competition.

Free dance classes at Scotiabank Dance Centre on Saturday

Free dance classes and events open the door to joy this Saturday.

Theatre Under the Stars sparkles with two movie hits made into musicals

Legally Blonde: The Musical and Shrek compete.

Dancing on the Edge hurls dance into unexpected places

Fill your dance feed with a myriad of marvellous performances all over Vancouver.

The Art of Stealing throws down in post apocalyptic world

Amber Funk Barton before the world ends. Photo: Chris Barton

Top-notch Wicked musical brings audience leaping to their feet

Female buddy musical explores good and evil with superb singing and stellar production values.