Theatre

A look at some naughty (and lots of nice) events in Vancouver this week

As always, BeeVancity is excited to bring you the best events of the week. But there's something else we're excited about - we've just been nominated for the Best Events Blog of Vancouver at the 2011...

Hairspray celebrates diversity with a big heart and even bigger hair

Vancouver Arts Club's feel-good musical showcases talent, snappy tunes, stellar choreography -- and Jay Brazeau in drag. What more could you ask for in a summer musical?

It's all about the music | BeeVancity top event picks for May 5-11

So the campaigning and voting is all over. Regardless of how you feel about the outcome, give yourself a pat on the back if you went out and voted! We're excited for Elections Canada to release their...

Fiddler on the Roof comes to The Centre in Vancouver

Timeless classic is a grand mix of music, drama, comedy, dance and romance -- and the performance does it justice.

Provocative "Prodigals" to hit the stage in May

Six young underachievers find their world of drinking, sarcasm and missed opportunities flipped upside down when a former friend returns from Toronto to testify at a local trial.

Ganbare Japan!, a charity concert for a hard-hit nation

Vancouver's artistic community turns out in force to raise money for victims of Japan's earthquake and Tsunami.

Less Sixties social commentary and more Seventies sitcom, The Graduate unsatisfies

Heavy-handed play fails to do justice to original film, despite some excellent performances by cast.

Riverdance brings Irish dance fusion to the Queen Elizabeth Theatre

Riverdance opened at the Queen Elizabeth Theatre April 7 to a sell out crowd. It's always a pleasant surprise to find a show that delivers so much more than expected. Such was the case for...

A play about a gay hate crime and murder to debut in Vancouver

Locally produced play, My Funny Valentine, examines the tragic murder of gay teen.  Do you happen to remember the murder of a young 15 year old boy by the name of Lawrence King? It is a story...

Comedian Maz Jobrani brings stereotype-smashing jokes to Vancouver

"Every time they show us on TV, they always show the crazy guy burning a flag, going, 'Death to America!'" joked Iranian-American comedian Maz Jobrani in a stand-up routine. "Just once, I...