Lincoln Kaye

Lincoln Kaye is Vancouver Observer's Senior Correspondent for Culture and
Features. In half a century of reporting, he has served as a magazine correspondent in Asia, a food and travel writer, a music, film and theatre critic and – latterly – a forest fire lookout.

Graceful ageing, with help from friends

Vancouver dance legend Joe Laughlin premieres solo works by three master choreographers

Shave and a haircut => ragout!

Snapshots Collective serves up Red Meat in site-specific, immersive "Sweeney Todd"

"Transfigured Light" -- spine-tingling

Avant garde ensemble Arkora's microtones haunt graveyard just in time for Halloween

VIFF chinoiserie: Taiwan island fever, mainland navel-gazing

Taiwan's Hsiao Ya-chuan upholds Hou Hsiao-hsien lineage; PRC documentarian world-premieres her narrative film debut; director-producer duo Nai An and Yang Mingming co-star in feminist tragicomedy

Tunefully Born Again!

"Book of Mormon" mass-baptizes QE audience into joys of raunchy musical humour

Van disciples greet gurus' Guru

South Indian percussion star Trichy Sankaran packs Roundhouse for fusion fete

Xtreme room service @ Nigredo Hotel

City Opera reprises Nic Gotham/Ann-Marie MacDonald's jazzy one-act psycho-thriller

Step to rear; mind gaps; hang on tight

"Tales of an Urban Indian" hijacks Translink bus for a bumpy, lurching ride

Black paint on a blackboard

Turning Point Ensemble world-premieres Rudolf Komorous' Dada opera "Mute Canary"

Doomed to repeat it? Indelible history

"Japanese Problem" reenacts haunted 1942 legacy of PNE livestock barns