The Italian Cultural Centre reconstructs Venice's Jewish ghetto in a multimedia special exhibit running from July to October
Spanning storytelling, spoken-word poetry, dance, theatre, drumming, and big concerts, it's the largest outdoor celebration of Indigenous arts ever held in Vancouver.
The show, based on six storytellers from the Kwantlen First Nations village of Squa’lets, is filled with animals and spirit creatures.
The three-day fete aims to put its own multicultural spin on Canada 150.
The Straight asks comedians about their life-changing shows, favourite comedy albums, and a time they bombed on stage.
While such demands might send most performers into the fetal position, he's loving every minute of this challenge.
You know there have to be some stimulating discussions as director Keltie Forsyth and her cast get ready to stage this smart, witty piece.
How do you even start to convey the life of Kiyoko Tanaka-Goto, a Japanese-Canadian woman who defied so many conventions and whose experiences could fill several different books and movies?
The Drowsy Chaperone is running in repertory with this Broadway musical based on the beloved 1964 film of the same name.
It's the ultimate triple-threat musical, demanding acting chops as well as Jazz Age singing and dancing skills.