Dance

Jai Govinda Dance Academy class: multimedia

This multi-media presentation focuses on a class at Jai Govinda Dance  Academy in the heart of downtown Vancouver.  Director Jai Govinda leads his students through a physically rigorous and...

BEE Vancity Mix for Mar 17-23: Chocolates & Cowboys, Community March Against Racism, Green Cafe & Much More

Get your boots on, march in solidarity and think deep about going green

Co.ERASGA's EXpose gives new perspectives to Vancouver audiences

April 14th will be the world premier of EXpose, a collaborative, full-length duet by Vancouver-based dancer Alvin Erasga Tolentino and Martin Inthamoussu, a contemporary dancer from Uruguay...

Legally Blonde, the Musical

When I was offered an opportunity to attend the opening of the musical "Legally Blonde, the Musical" I have to admit my expectations weren’t all that high. A musical based on a film that was...

Cirque du Soleil review

From German wheels and Chinese yo-yos to aerial hoops, eye popping balancing acts and an intensely difficult, multi-layered jump rope sequence, Cirque du Soleil's acroabts perform seemingly...

Cruceta Flamenco and Khambata Dance at the VIDF

Passion and intensity reign in Spain's Cruceta Flamenco, while Seattle contemperary company Khambatta Dance Companies turn the ordinary to extraordinary.

Partying with Boomers, Watching Thread by Margie Gillis and a whole lot of Screaming Chickens

March is jam-packed full of diverse and exciting events including partying with youth + boomers, celebrating the festival of colors, watching engaging theatre, and even TWEETING! We will...

Vancouver International Bhangra Celebration infuses vitality into Vancouver arts

In 2005, the Vancouver International Bhangra Celebration (VIBC) held a short, one-day event in Vancouver. Over the last six years, the society has grown to a week-long festival, and is the...

Deborah Dunn's "Trial & Eros" to feature T. S. Eliot's Four Quartets at Vancouver International Dance Festival

Ms. Dunn’s description of “Trial & Eros” isn’t much help. But let’s think of it as the art of building suspense—nearly as obscure and provocative as T. S. Eliot's poetry itself.

Fearless dancers tear up the stage at Chutzpah!

Choreographers/performers Kevin O’Day, Luches Huddleston, Jr., and Robert Glumbeck, and choreographer Roberto Campanella have created a piece that speaks to a voice never heard from in dance: the...