Broadway Across Canada is bringing Mary Poppins, the live musical, to Vancouver this summer. The songs we remember from childhood, the impressive dance numbers, and a high level of energy is set to dazzle audiences of all ages. The national cast of Mary Poppins. © Broadway Across Canada Featuring the irresistible story and unforgettable songs […]
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Circus West presents Blue Sky Circus this week at the PNE Gardens. Through accrobalance, juggling, and movement it tells the story of a group of young stargazers guided into space by mystical astral forces. “Zodiac inspired characters, including Sagittarius, Libra, Aries and Scorpio, guide the Stargazers on their way. Soleil, the sun character, weaves mayhem […]
Nominees for this year’s Leo Awards have just been announced, celebrating the best of the British Columbia film and television industry. Some of the standout nominees in the film category include Carl Bassai’s Sisters&Brothers with 12 nominations, Hamlet with 8, Marilyn with 8, Sunflower Hour has 7, and Donovan’s Echo has 6 nominations. Everything and […]
The Vancouver Opera ends it season with a new production of Giuseppe Verdi’s Aida, which is possibly the best production I’ve seen put on by the Vancouver Opera to date. Talk about ending with bang. Every single moment of this opera is absolutely riveting. Aida tells the story of Aida, an Ethiopian princess, who is […]
BC poet and writer Shane Koyczan will be headlining at the Vogue Theatre tomorrow, April 21, 2012 with guest Hannah Epperson. Photo credit: John Bollwitt on Flickr Koyczan showcased Canada to the world through poetry when he performed “We Are More” during the opening ceremony of the Vancouver 2010 and prior to that, he became […]