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.

Vancouver Fringe Festival forays into opera with the captivating "Trouble in Tahiti"

Leonard Bernstein's gorgeous music beautifully sung, universal themes about relationships and societal norms:who could ask for anything more?

Dances for a Small Stage takes on Pickton trial and Vancouver riots

"We’re living in a complacent time where we don’t take action as Canadians," artistic producer, Julie-Anne Saroyan, said.

The cleverest party invite this summer is "Party This Weekend"

Remember those epic parties that no one forgets? Be a part of one this summer.

A Good Woman of Setzuan combines gorgeous Chinese setting with live theatre experience

Stunning Chinese garden setting plus a Bertolt Brecht classic deep in the heart of summer is a recipe for a memorable theatrical experience.

Romeo and Juliet re-realized in The Verona Project

Young love is examined in light of violence in Stone's Throw Productions' reworking of Romeo and Juliet.

The plastic orchid factory bridges the gap between pop culture and ballet in _ post

The plastic orchid factory artistic director James Gnam explore the popular ideas around ballet filtered through a contemporary viewpoint

Arts Umbrella Dance Company shares the stage with guest Noord Nederlandse Dans in Season Finale

Arts Umbrella Dance Company showcases stellar work by exceptional choreographers next weekend.

Hairspray celebrates diversity with a big heart and even bigger hair

Vancouver Arts Club's feel-good musical showcases talent, snappy tunes, stellar choreography -- and Jay Brazeau in drag. What more could you ask for in a summer musical?

Sculptor Louise Solecki Weir showcases at Artists in our Midst

It's a chance "to meet my neighbors and fellow artists," she says.

Less Sixties social commentary and more Seventies sitcom, The Graduate unsatisfies

Heavy-handed play fails to do justice to original film, despite some excellent performances by cast.