TomoeArts presents the world premiere of a provocative and heartrending new work, Kayoi Komachi/Komachi Visited, a noh chamber opera, on stage October 26th to 28th at The Cultch. TomoeArts Presents Kayoi Komachi/Komachi Visited When: October 26th to 28th, 2017 Where: The Cultch Historic Theatre (1895 Venables St, Vancouver) Tickets: Available online now from $20. Heather […]
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Theatre Under the Stars (“TUTS”) has been bringing soaring works of song and dance to the crown jewel of the city, Stanley Park, for over 75 years! This season TUTS presents a pair of Broadway blockbusters at Malkin Bowl: Mary Poppins and The Drowsy Chaperone. I have the opportunity to give away an awesome date […]
Battling rush hour traffic, crawling past new developments and condos under construction, beyond industrial parks and warehouses, we turned down Bill Fox Way and were instantly transported to a lush country club, on the edge of rolling greens and fairways as far as the eye could see. We booked a date night at Burnaby’s Riverway […]
Preeminent percussionist Sal Ferreras presents the 31st annual Drum Heat, a concert uniting BC’s top jazz and world music talent to benefit Arts Umbrella students. Performing in styles and fusions from the Carribean, Latin America, and Asia, this year’s stellar lineup will ignite the stage with sizzling hot rhythms and harmonies. Drum Heat Where: Vogue […]
Pi Theatre presents Long Division, on stage later this month at The Annex Theatre. Directed by Richard Wolfe, with choreography by Leslie Telford and musical score by Owen Belton, this intellectually-charged, emotionally-gripping work combines multimedia and physical theatre to explore the mathematics of human connection. Pi Theatre Presents Long Division Where: The Annex Theatre (823 […]
Following their Canadian premiere at the Vancouver International Dance Festival (“VIDF”) in 2015, Japan-based ensemble, Dairakudakan, returns with their newest work – Paradise – at the Vancouver Playhouse. Proudly presented as part of VIDF 2017, the visual tour-de-force drives audiences on an absurd, haunting hunt for the elusive concept of paradise. Dairakudakan’s Paradise at VIDF […]