It's not a feel-good musical, but there is plenty to celebrate in this production.
It's impossible to overestimate the achievement of the women in this production.
If you’ve already figured out how to do everything in your life right all the time, then you can give this show a miss. If not, you’ll take comfort and inspiration from How to Be.
Virtuosically staged, spectacular-looking show has mixed success with its research-heavy script about a disappearing resource
With his face completely obscured by a creepy mask, Tom Jones is great as genetically altered Gary 3, but the immersive micro play falls short on story
Like attempting a quad-triple combination, mounting the influential play is high-risk and high-reward. And director Kim Collier sticks the landing.
More than just a story or a script, this First World War indigenous tale is an actual experience that the world hasn’t seen before
Though it's not a flawless production, it's deeply relevant in today's turbulent world.
Mary Vingoe's play about the fate of an Eritrean army deserter in Halifax bears many similarities to a CBC radio documentary.
The master is back in Vancouver with his charming, funny, and outlandish personality.