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.

DJ Spooky takes on global warming with Terra Nova: Sinfonia Antarctica this Saturday at Chan

In the summer of 2008, Paul Miller aka D.J. Spooky took his artist studio south, as far south as he could go, to the ice fields of Antartica. The multi-media artist was on the frozen continent to...

Roc da House Volume 4 throws down all ages dance battle

Hip Hop, House, Waacking, YouTube ISO, Bboying, and Experimental are the categories to be seen at W2 Storyeum this Sunday.

Ballet BC celebrates a quarter century anniversary with new dance and new music

Any arts organization that survives for 25 years, overcoming huge adversity and morphing into an exciting entity that British Columbians can be proud to point to as their own, is to be wholly...

Alvin Ailey American Dance Theatre sends Vancouver audience into a frenzy

Like other modern dance companies whose founder’s repertoire exist as an archival representation, the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater has wholly succeeded in bringing Ailey’s name into the 21st...

Cruceta Flamenco and Khambata Dance at the VIDF

Passion and intensity reign in Spain's Cruceta Flamenco, while Seattle contemperary company Khambatta Dance Companies turn the ordinary to extraordinary.

Death of a Salesman maintains timeless message

Arthur Miller’s Death of a Salesman takes audiences on a journey bred from the American Dream and the lies that its believers tell themselves.

Fearless dancers tear up the stage at Chutzpah!

Choreographers/performers Kevin O’Day, Luches Huddleston, Jr., and Robert Glumbeck, and choreographer Roberto Campanella have created a piece that speaks to a voice never heard from in dance: the...

[title of show] delights with self-referential fun

And, yes, that's really the title of the show.

Tara Cheyenne Friedenberg showcases a macabre Victorian at Dances for a Small Stage

Death becomes her. At Dances for a Small Stage, host Tara Cheyenne Friedenberg performs a piece inspired by a 17 acre cemetery.