Theatre

Colleen Wheeler dives into Elizabeth Rex at Bard on the Beach

Timothy Findlay's award winning play tells the story of Elizabeth Rex on the eve of her lover's execution for treason.

After 25 Years, Les Mis still hits the mark

Peter Lockyear and Jason Forbach are standouts in their respective roles.
Chelsea Laing: Photo by Masumi Kikuchi Snyder

Festival LAUNCH at SFU Woodward's: Emerging talent hits the stage

Festival LAUNCH at SFU Woodward's did not disappoint.

Avenue Q explodes with irreverant puppetry in Broadway musical form.

Avenue Q is irreverent, witty and not a little bit naughty. It's musical theatre at its finest as directed/choreographed by Peter Jorgensen with musical direction by Sean Bayntun at the Arts...

Robert Leveroos brings two plays on destruction, rebirth and family to the Green House Basement at The Cultch

Robert Leveroos brings Safe/Guard and Feast to the Greenhouse Basement at The Cultch, as a part of the rEvolver Theatre Festival.

Local teens use theatre to raise money for Ugandan girls

High school is a time when most teens are finding themselves. They are finding what inspires them, moves them; creates their passions. But it is also a time when we start paying attention to the...

Delinquent Theatre remounts the hugely successful Stationary: a Recession-era Musical

Office romance blooms in musical written by uber talented Vancouverites Mishelle Cuttler and Christine Quintata ( piictured with love lorn Xander Williams).

The magic world of "The Icebook" arrives in Vancouver

The Icebook, a show made of fragile white paper and light, pays homage to old silent film and promises to take audiences to an icy, fantasy world.

TJ Dawe reaches new heights with "Medicine"

Anybody who is a regular Fringe Festival-goer has probably seen a show by festival legend TJ Dawe. He’s been touring the country’s summer festival circuit for the last 10 years or so. All his shows...