Archive of posts tagged "arts"

Win a Phantom of the Opera Date Night

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Vancouver Bach Choir, currently celebrating its 85th anniversary season, presents Downing’s Phantom of the Opera at the Orpheum this February. Where: The Orpheum (601 Smithe St, Vancouver) When: Saturday, February 20, 2016 at 8:00pm Tickets: Starting at $29, available online now This version of Phantom of the Opera is not the Andrew Lloyd Webber musical, […]

Pre-Sale Code for Mamma Mia! in Vancouver

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Mamma Mia!, the smash hit musical based on the songs of ABBA, returns to the Queen Elizabeth Theatre in Vancouver March 29th to April 3rd, 2016. Pre-Sale Code for Mamma Mia! in Vancouver Mamma Mia! is one of the most successful musicals of all time, the eighth longest running show in Broadway history and one […]

Review of Dirty Dancing on Stage in Vancouver

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Disclosure: Review — This is not a paid post. Views are my own. I received media review tickets for the purpose of providing this coverage. Please review the Policy & Disclosure section for further information.

It has been the soundtrack to sleepovers, road trips, and pool parties for almost thirty years. With that kind of pressure, and a lot of anticipation, Dirty Dancing premiered on stage in Vancouver and left even the biggest super-fans extremely happy. Dirty Dancing on Stage in Vancouver Opening at the Queen Elizabeth Theatre earlier this […]

Win a Vancouver Theatre Date Night to See The Rivals

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Blackbird Theatre presents the 10th anniversary performance of The Rivals with an all-star cast of Vancouver talent. On now until January 23rd at The Cultch, this is a wickedly witty, joyfully irreverent production. Martin Happer, Emma Slipp and Scott Bellis. Photo credit: Tim Matheson Richard Brinsley Sheridan’s The Rivals is directed by Jessie-Award winning Johnna […]

Review of Alberta Ballet’s The Nutcracker, Presented by Ballet BC

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Disclosure: Review — Views and opinions are those of the author. Tickets were media comps courtesy of Ballet BC. Please review the Policy & Disclosure section for further information.

Though I’ve seen The Nutcracker every year for quite a few years now (and twice this month) it was only after watching Alberta Ballet’s rendition on Tuesday night (presented by BC Ballet), that I think I fully understood the ballet. There was a clarity and crispness to the dancers’ moves in how they communicated the […]