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Reviews of a Stephen King sequel, an old-style war movie...
Arnie is back again, Antonio portrays his director and...
Your numerology cycles November 1–15
Bangarra: 65,000 year old avant garde
Savoring three good ones: Parasite’s class consciousness,...
Differently abling the specially needy
Portrait of the Artist as a Ripe 引き籠もり
How the Fallen are Mighty
Footloose & fancy. Free?
Dark Fringe: "The Nether" at Firehall
Notes from the Virtual Underground
Sep 11th, 2016
Fringe Reviews: Burn Job and The Ballad of Frank Allen
TJ Dawe in Burn Job. Photo by Diane Smithers
Sep 10th, 2016
Invisible handyman held hostage at Cultch
Pulitzer-prizewinner Ayad Akhtar fuses "The Big Short" with "Invitation to a Beheading"
Apr 7th, 2016
'Hooker Monologues' reveals hidden world of sex work to dispel myths and stigma
VANCOUVER — Maggie de Vries spent a good chunk of the 1990s trekking out to a small, grey house in Vancouver's Downtown Eastside trying to rescue her sister from a life of prostitution. But after...
The Canadian Press
Mar 7th, 2016
Chutzpah indeed: Itai Erdal's "A Very Narrow Bridge" spans very troubled waters
A wry and moving confessional on travails of Israeli expatriation
Mar 7th, 2016
Fighting Chance Productions herds CATS at Jericho Theatre
Fitting a mega-musical into a compact black box theatre
Mar 6th, 2016
Ol' Man Robeson croons anew at New West's Anvil Theatre
One-man recital recaps mid-20th century radical
Feb 26th, 2016
Valentijn Dhaenens mouths off at The York
As a Flemish actor from Antwerp, Valentijn Dhaenens needs to know plenty of languages.
Feb 18th, 2016
Winners and Losers at The Cultch is a sure-fire winner
Dueling frenemies draw blood
Feb 17th, 2016
Robert LePage's lyrical 887 intertwines intimate reverie with national agony
At large in the Memory Palace
Feb 12th, 2016