Theatre

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

Billy Connolly at the Queen Elizabeth Theatre

After two and a half hours of continuous laughter, our cheek muscles had spasmed and froze into ear to ear grins.

Stuart MacLean and The Vinyl Cafe

"There are moments during a performance when I leave the ground and I become wrapped up in the moment, but the same thing happens in my writing some times. I think maybe that's the most fun: those mom

The Hobbit comes to Capilano University

“I know I made the right decision but it's because I got involved in my own life”. That's the journey of this play. Stuart Aikins

Stylish romp with a deadly outcome in Mimi or a Poisoner's Comedy

Touchstone Theatre starts off its 35th season with murderous style.

Trudeau Stories reminds us of the former leader's unmatched legacy

Halfway through watching Brooke Johnson’s Trudeau Stories at Presentation House, I wondered whether such a play could have been written and performed with regard to any other Canadian prime minister...

Stupendously silly "What About Luv?" is rollicking good fun

As we head into the darkest days of the year, banish those blues with What About Luv?

Is "Us and Them" the theatrical equivalent of new media?

"Us and Them: The Inquiry" was cultivated through the influences of Paulo Freire and The Theatre of the Oppressed. This inquiry evolved into it's own entity when First Nations communities challenged...

'Night Mother sadly still relevant

Wendy Morrow Donaldson and Bronwen Smith, directed by Carol Hodge, of The Good Company Collective.