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.

Wave a wand to win class war

TUTS' glass-slippered Cinderella lighter on its feet than Disney original

Les Miz: stagecraft to die for

B'way Across Canada unfurls roadshow on QE stage

Born-again bliss @ Chan

Indian Summer fêtes Sanskrit confab with 1000-year-old dance drama

Mythopoeic mega-mela

Indian Summer Fest mixes music, arts, deep thoughts and fine eats

Vancouver: wild at heart

Museum show blurs City vs. "Nature" boundary

Godsboffins! "Platonic Promiscuity"

Oxonian "Inklings" star in "Tolkien," a three hour theological thriller, from Pacific Theatre

To Hell and back. And back. And back.

Itzazoo's "Wet" @ Russian Hall: in-your-face drama of Canadian vets' PTSD

Kinder Morgan's ursuninity

"Bears" -- First Nations recap pipeline route in a hip, droll, multimedia screed

Clothes unmake the man

Van Opera premieres witty reimagining of Gogol tragi-farce "The Overcoat"

Orchestra in the mosh pit or vice versa?

Australia's "Circa" acrobats meet France's "Debussy Quartet" at Chan Centre