Theatre

The History of Dance, Good Fridays: Double Deuce, The Twelves and more

The sun has been shining, cherry blossoms are peeping out – could this be the start of spring? Let's get out there and enjoy all that's going on in Vancouver this weekend.

Crispin Glover at the Cinematheque

Multitalented actor, director, writer, Crispin Glover (River's Edge, Back to the Future, The Doors, The People vs Larry Flynt, Hot Tub Time Machine, Charlie's Angels) will be at the Pacific...

Agokwe tells a powerful tale about gay love on the rez

The Vancouver premiere of the one-performer play promises to wow critics and audiences alike.

The Pavilion at the Firehall Arts Theatre

"This play has a lot of beautiful themes of grace, redemption and forgiveness. I always like to participate in stories that have that at its core," Craig Erickson says.

Top theatre treats for the holiday season

Three Nutcrackers, two Christmas Carols, two musicals, two straight plays, one radio play, one youth theatre cabaret, one children's entertainment show, one adult theatre improvisation and a partridge

Cirque du Soleil comes to Vancouver with QUIDAM

March 9 to 13, 2011, Vancouver's Roger's Arena will be transformed into a circus spectacular with QUIDAM

Vancouver goes Blonde

This show will take you from the sorority house to the halls of justice with Broadway's brightest new heroine (and of course, her chihuahua, Bruiser). The verdict? This much fun shouldn't be legal!

Horse lovers get ready for the experience of a lifetime: Cavalia

Vancouver get ready for the spectacular premiere of the critically acclaimed Cavalia: A Magical Encounter Between Human and Horse.

A glorious Lucia di Lammermoor soars at the Vancouver Opera

Even if you're a music fan rather than an opera fan, Lucia di Lammermoor will send you over the edge.

Rufus Wainwright blows Centre for the Performing Arts off its axis

With his signature tousled hair, dark painted eyes, and an elaborately feathered coat with a beautifully edged, thirty-foot train stretched out behind him, he slowly walks across the stage towards his