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.

Interdisciplinary TBD sends the audience on a 21-day journey of self discovery

Over 21 days, the audience experiences their own metaphorical process of death and rebirth
Jack Walsh documentary of art-maker, feminist and queer advocate Yvonne Rainer

QUEER FILM FEST: Choreographer Yvonne Rainer's life in art inspires

Mid-century-to-present choreographer, dancer, filmmaker, feminist, queer advocate Yvonne Rainer's life in art inspires.
Schoolgirls spread dangerous gossip in 1934 play.

Lillian Hellman's 'The Children's Hour' shows how views of same-sex couples have changed

Gay Rights in 2015 in Canada is a long way away from 1934's 'The Children's Hour.'

The Lion King thrills with spectacular coming-of-age story

A visual and aural treat for young and old.

Fine acting and assured artistic team propels "Miss Shakespeare"

Speaking your truth under a reign of oppression delivered in catchy musical theatre form.

"Trace" showcases Ballet BC's diversity and talent

Ballet BC's Traces, at the Queen Elizabeth Theatre March 26, 27 & 28, showcases three pieces of choreography from William Forsythe, Walter Matteini, and Medhi Walerski, Molnar pushes the company...

Benoît Lachambre and Benjamin Kamino entrance viewers with "Nudity. Desire"

Exciting performance art/ dance is high art entertainment at VIDF. Benjamin Kamino in Nudity. Desire.

Ballet BC's No. 29 opens the 14/15 season with superb dancing

Truly outstanding artistic vision and dancing in the electric A.U.R.A., Choreography / Jacopo Godani,Dancers / Scott Fowler & Connor Gnam, Photo: Michael Slobodian

Schtick-filled Urinetown abounds with hilarity at The Firehall Arts Centre

Singing and dancing their hearts out in a parody of environmental disaster. L-R Chris Lam, Rosie Simon, Meghan Gardiner, & Anton Lipovetsky in Urinetown The Musical Photo: David Cooper