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.

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.

Top theatre treats for the holiday season

Three Nutcrackers, two Christmas Carols, two musicals, two straight plays, one radio play, one youth theatre cabaret, one children's entertainment show, one adult theatre improvisation and a partridge

A glorious Lucia di Lammermoor soars at the Vancouver Opera

Even if you're a music fan rather than an opera fan, Lucia di Lammermoor will send you over the edge.

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 and...

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 Little Mountain Theatre ti

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

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

Vancouver lucky to vibe Doomtree on "Wings and Teeth" tour

Doomtree Hip Hop Collective at the Biltmore last Tuesday: a stunning night of artists on the verge of hitting the big time.

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?

'Night Mother sadly still relevant

Wendy Morrow Donaldson and Bronwen Smith, directed by Carol Hodge, of The Good Company Collective.

Halloween fun with Here Be Monsters Festival High Wire

Here Be Monsters Festival 2010 running Thursday, October 28th to Sunday, October 31st at Performance Works, Granville Island has over 80 participants and different programming each night for Halloween