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.

Invisible handyman held hostage at Cultch

Pulitzer-prizewinner Ayad Akhtar fuses "The Big Short" with "Invitation to a Beheading"

"House of Dreams" puts the "chamber" back in chamber music

Tafelmusik plays baroque masterworks in virtual reality mock-ups of their original settings
Foutrement by Virginie Brunelle at VIDF

Sex and Symbolism at Vancouver International Dance Fest

Erotica: Gallic, Dravidian and arboreal -- different strokes for different folks

Chutzpah indeed: Itai Erdal's "A Very Narrow Bridge" spans very troubled waters

A wry and moving confessional on travails of Israeli expatriation
CATS at Jericho Theatre

Fighting Chance Productions herds CATS at Jericho Theatre

Fitting a mega-musical into a compact black box theatre

Demalahamid and Circadia Indigena dance the First Nations' experience, old and new

Indigenous-themed dance programs at Vancouver International Dance Fest, UBC's Anthropology Museum and VPL

Odessa-Havana at Chutzpah Fest

Klezmer-Cubano group's fusion roots run deep

Crystal Pite and Jonathon Young's Betroffenheit stuns hometown crowds

Vancouver indie theatre icons team up for prize-winning dance-drama
Andy Statman

Andy Statman gets standing ovation at Chutzpah opener

Andy Statman grew up just a few miles from my childhood home in New York City's Queens borough. Walking out on stage, he looked uncannily like Rabbi Silverman who drilled me in my Torah portion half...
Tako Aluko as Paul Robeson

Ol' Man Robeson croons anew at New West's Anvil Theatre

One-man recital recaps mid-20th century radical