Take your pick: A fine romp of cheerful summer fare with 'The Comedy of Errors' or a thoughtful exploration into the human condition with 'King Lear.'
Bard on the Beach takes direct aim at logic and reason to prove we do indeed need to believe the garden’s bottom has fairies.
Local actor, writer and director Kyle Rideout is a finalist in the CBC Short Film Face Off Contest, which is airing its fourth season this month. The Short Film Face Off is a critically...
"Memories of Christmas past are the things that last."
The theme for this year's "thought leadership" conference was The Frontier: the dreams we haven't yet dreamed.
As always, there's no shortage of events happening this weekend in Vancouver. Lots of theatrical events from Bard On The Beach to outdoor movie nights with Summer Screen at the Village. Or if you'd...
Christopher Gaze was open, warm and down to earth, as well as being charming and attractive. He was also exceptionally photogenic.
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.
Much ado about "Much Ado"
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...