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.

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

"Elephant Wrestler" -- sugary chai masala

Indian Ink's Diwali Fest offering at The Cultch: laugh until you cry

Club Habana's Afro-Cuban sizzle

LatAm Cultural Centre has them dancing in the aisles of Van Playhouse
Tetsuro Shigamatsu in Empire of the Son

Shigematsu's "Son" also rises

Solo tour de force at The Cultch.

Fearful Symmetry: choreography of PTSD

Dance House brings Jessica Lang's cutting-edge U.S. troupe to Van Playhouse