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 a forest fire lookout.

Gospel Choir brings Joyful Noise to ChristChurch Cathedral

But few smiles in a year of Not-So-Good-News

Inconvenient truths in Realwheels’ “Creeps” @ The Cultch

Back-talk from the “differently enabled”

Salsa with a dash of duende

Diego El Cigala rouses Chan Centre with flamenco-flavoured Latin faves

Riding the 'hood with Little Red

2016 East Van Panto takes to the Adenac bike path

Black take on The New Orange

Murderous, misogynistic, rage-prone "winning" con-men -- Ebonic edition, in "Topdog/Underdog"

Diwali Fest wraps with "Brothel #9"

Drama of sisterhood in darkest Calcutta

No strings attached

Taiwan puppeteers from the Happy Puppetry Company work hand-in-glove with First Nations @ MOA

“Long Division” by π : 0/0 = ∞

Pi Theatre lands cerebral, non-linear thriller at Richmond's Gateway Studio A

Capilano U's "Rent" recasts Puccini opera in New York's East Village

1980's Bohemia: HIV rocks Avenues ABC

Mao debunked: Revolution is a tea party

Timeless/timely parable from Beijing People's Art Theatre