Theatre

Vancouver’s newest ballet company marries art and science

A group of dancers gathered in front of the ballet bar that runs the length of the airy rehearsal space above Davie Street. They chatted softly, laughing and unfurling long limbs as they took...

The inside scoop on Walking With Dinosaurs

"To have seventeen full size, one to one scale dinosaurs is just mind boggling."

Don Quixote rides onto Granville Island this September

On September 23 the Arts Theatre Company will debut their version of Don Quixote. "This classic tale of a country gentleman with the immortal quest has captivated readers for over four centuries...

Danny and the Deep Blue Sea

The play eats you up and spits you out. It's brutal. It's demanding. Don't miss it.

GREASE is coming; get tickets in advance

The stage sensation GREASE is coming to Vancouver and here's your chance to get tickets in advance!

A day at the Beach with Falstaff and Henry V

it was a very touching scene where the two men embrace, and if you could feel the pulse of the audience at that moment, it would have shown that their hearts had moved to their throats.

KOOZA, a sweet treat from Cirque du Soleil

The crowd participated from start to finish, and the buzz afterwards was electric. It was a great show and the performances were outstanding. It was good to see something so pure and simple hold its o

Miracle in Rwanda, with Leslie Lewis Sword, makes Canadian theatrical premiere at Fringe

'Miracle in Rwanda' tells the true story of Rwandan genocide survivor Immaculée Ilibagiza. The play runs September 8th - 19th and September 28th-Oct 3rd at the Pacific Theatre Company.

Little Bastards look to shake up the Vancouver theatre scene

Newly minted theatre company, the Little Bastards, hope to make audiences once again excited about theatre with their inaugural show Beyond Therapy by Christopher Durang playing at Studio 16 from July

Bard on the Beach

Bard on the Beach this year features  Much Ado About Nothing, and Antony and Cleopatra (a tragedy) on the main stage. Showing on the studio stage are Henry V, and an original play by Eroll...