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Panel should have considered whales when it reviewed...
Noisy cougar search ends in Victoria with big cat felled by...
Vancouver mayor gets U.S. State Department invite to talk...
Conservative policies hurt the middle class
45 Years, my new favorite at VIFF, films about militant...
The Peak presents The Boom Booms featuring Michael Bernard...
Tory bill for mentally ill man who killed his children...
Vancouver filmmaker premiers "Tricks on the Dead,...
Northern Gateway talks excluded issue of First Nations...
B.C. First Nation expects lucrative deal over LNG export...
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.'
Aug 3rd, 2015
THEATRE REVIEW: TUTS plays up the rustic charms of 'Oliver' in the park
Perhaps my expectations were set a trifle high; I mean, the Act 1 onstage rainstorm (BC Wildfire Services really needs to know of this marvel) was mind-blowing.
Jul 18th, 2015
'Hairspray' flaunts plenty of style but offers little substance
Like a bulbous beehive, Theatre Under the Stars’ 'Hairspray' has an impressive exterior with an empty space at its core.
Jul 15th, 2015
Bard on the Beach: choosing between 'A Comedy of Errors' and 'King Lear'
Take your pick: A fine romp of cheerful summer fare with 'The Comedy of Errors' or a thoughtful exploration into the human condition with 'King Lear.'
Jun 26th, 2015
The Lion King thrills with spectacular coming-of-age story
A visual and aural treat for young and old.
Jun 20th, 2015
Comic Darren Frost ready to fire up city
Darren Frost is bringing his hilarious R-rated tour to Yuk Yuks Vancouver for one night only, Sunday, May 17th. Arguably the most controversial comedian in the country, the Brantford, Ontario native...
May 12th, 2015
Fine acting and assured artistic team propels "Miss Shakespeare"
Speaking your truth under a reign of oppression delivered in catchy musical theatre form.
May 9th, 2015
Nu:BC Collective unmasks madness fit for a king
There’s a long tradition of on-stage musical instrument destruction in rock circles, but watching a violin smashed to pieces on the concert stage right in front of us seemed downright pornographic.
Apr 12th, 2015
"Kitimat" brings drama of Enbridge Northern Gateway plebiscite to life on stage
“Kitimat”, a play written by B.C. playwright Elaine Avila, takes the story of a northern B.C. town over 2,000 kilometres to Pomona College, an intellectual hub near Los Angeles. It’s a story...
Apr 7th, 2015
Vancouver Opera and Touchstone Theatre tackle bullying head on
As anyone who’s been up Burnaby Mountain knows, to combat bullying you must stand up to it. Vancouver Opera’s Stickboy and Touchstone Theatre’s Late Company are also confronting and healing bullying.
Nov 23rd, 2014