When the cab driver dropped me off at 581 Cordova he thought I was making up the fact that there was a theatre inside. The PAL (Performing Arts Lodge), located in Coal Harbour is, “a B.C. not-for-profit charitable society, created to provide quality affordable housing and support for seniors in the performing arts and allied […]
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Photo credit: Vancouver Pantages Hastings Street is one of the most historic strips of roadway in Vancouver and it it currently home to a large piece of Vancouver’s theatrical history that was supposed to undergo a renovation and revival for 2010. “The Pantages Theatre, during its heyday it hosted stars like Charlie Chaplin, Jack Dempsey […]
Thursday night John and I attended the Arts Club fundraising gala, Glitter. I have a brief interview with the Arts Club publicist, Nicole McLuckie (below) as well as a detailed post over on E!Online. The event honored three Arts Club alumni who have made profound contributions to the Vancouver theatre (as well as film and […]
After catching The History Boys last week at The Arts Club Granville Island Stage, I have to agree wholeheartedly with Jon from Beyond Robson who wrote, “the play is easily the most intellectually engaging thing I’ve seen on a Vancouver stage in years, and is almost flawlessly delivered by director Dean Paul Gibson and his […]
The Arts Club has kicked off its 45th season with Doubt, which will be running at the Stanley Theatre in South Granville until October 12. The Arts Club Theatre Companyâ€™s production of Doubt – Photo by David Cooper. Last year I visited the Stanley (my favourite little theatre in Vancouver) to watch The Producers and […]