Theatre

Unique and complex Conversations

Described as an imaginary encounter between Spanish poet Federico Garcia Lorca and his assassin, Juan Luis Trescastro, Conversations is, above all else, a meeting of two men. Beautifully realized and...

A day in the performance of Marion Bridge

Jeanie, Rebecca and I bump fists quietly in the blue-light shrouded darkness of the closet sized dressing/green room back stage at the Havana Theatre.  Susan M (our magnificent Stage Manager)...

Avenue Q at Centre for the Performing Arts

Avenue Q opened at the Centre for Performing Arts this week to a packed crowd. The musical, bunraku-style puppet show was a real crowd pleaser to say the least. The audience ate it up: especially...

AVENUE Q: puppetry with a twist

The New York Times hailed AVENUE Q as "a breakthrough musical of a very different stripe. Savvy, sassy and delicious!"

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.

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

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.

Megamind vs Skyline

Conspiracy theory: if you look close enough at pretty much any two things, you can find some sort of connection: take the movies Megamind and Skyline.  One is animation, has an antagonist that'...

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