Theatre

The cast of Red Rock Diner. Photo credit: Emily Cooper

Multi-talented cast of Red Rock Diner shine in nostalgic 50s tribute

'Red Rock Diner' full of non-stop song and dance in a variety show tribute to legendary local DJ.

Arts Club celebrates 50 years of glittering memories

Vancouver's Arts Club Theatre put on glittering benefit evening featuring stars from the Club’s five decades on the stage.

Top-notch Wicked musical brings audience leaping to their feet

Female buddy musical explores good and evil with superb singing and stellar production values.
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Margaret Atwood’s "Pauline" triumphs in Vancouver despite power outage

Opera lovers know tragedy and comedy are deeply entwined, but none could have imagined what happened on opening night.
The Knights of Camelot—Monty Python's Spamalot. Photo by David Cooper.

Spamalot brings out the best of Monty Python humour

In addition to memorable Monty Python scenes, Spamalot mixes in original numbers parodying the Broadway musical genre.
Andrew Wheeler and Emmelia Gordon in PROUD at the Firehall Arts Centre

Stephen Harper wittily skewered in "Proud" at Firehall Arts Centre

Michael Healy’s "Proud" is a brilliant, no-punches-pulled, SNL skit that takes Canadian theatre to a whole new level.

Three thumbs up for Shattered Cabaret

“Weird” was a word on the lips of most everyone leaving the York Theatre Tuesday night, but you’d think they’d come expressly to get their dose of it.

Underbelly is a must-see

Jayson McDonald brings his award-winning show to the Vancity Culture Lab until March 30.
Chelsea Hotel returns to The Firehall Arts Theatre

Chelsea Hotel makes a confident return to Firehall

Chelsea Hotel is confident in two ways: it starts with one of the greatest poet/musicians this country has produced, and it doesn’t bore us by reminding us how deep and significant Cohen is.
The Cultch presents "Whose Life is it Anyway?"

Powerful performances in "Whose Life is it Anyway?" at the Cultch

The Cultch presents a powerful "Whose Life is it Anyway?" about having the freedom to choose to die.