Choices include a cardboard sci-fi spaghetti western and a trip to a Barcelona vampire bar
As its artistic managing director of 45 years, Bill Millerd, exits for retirement, the selection of his replacement is one of the arts sector’s most anticipated announcements.
Over the years, the fest has reflected an ever-expanding richness of stage shows for babies and toddlers
If you love contemporary circus, chances are you’ve seen Yamoussa Bangoura perform—and picked your jaw up off the floor afterward.
Few shows arriving at this year’s rEvolver Festival come trailing as many rave reviews from around the world—or as much cake, vodka, and balloons—as I’m Doing This for You.
“Our objective was to create a network of artists that came from different methodologies and schools of thought, different areas of the country, different practices, different art forms.”
“I think at this point I’m interested in people as human beings—as individuals. We all come from different cultures.”
Actor Emelia Symington Fedy tried to make it work here, but the city became impossible to live with—and so she and her family are heading east.
The members of the Vancouver new-music sextet are ready to do whatever it takes to realize a vision.
In demand internationally, the diminutive dynamo returns to Vancouver for Realwheels Theatre's Comedy on Wheels