Bard on the Beach’s second headlining production for 2010 is Antony & Cleopatra, on now until September 24th. I haven’t been able to attend yet this season however Miss604.com’s roving theatre and film fest correspondant Michelle Kim checked it out last weekend. “I have seen Shakespeare performed at The Globe, The Westend, and at various […]
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I am live at the Commodore Ballroom this evening for the 28th annual Jessie Richardson Theatre Awards. Tonight the very best of Vancouver theatre will be honored for their achievements over the past year. From Best Actor to Set Design in both big and small production, all will be recognized at tonight’s ceremony. I’m going […]
Cirque du Soleil returns to Vancouver with KOOZA. Under the bright blue and yellow chapiteau at Concord Pacific the performance is described as “an adrenaline rush of acrobatics performed in a zany kingdom”. Photo credit: Bill Roehl on Flickr Between strength and fragility, laughter and smiles, turmoil and harmony, KOOZA â€“ a return to the […]
Bard on the Beach has returned this summer to once again present top-notch performances in Vancouver’s most stunning setting. Starting June 12, Much Ado About Nothing will take to the main stage to open up the season. Romance and matchmaking abound when the men return victorious from war. While friends devise merry plots to trick […]
The Jessie Awards (for theatre achievements in Vancouver) will take place June 21st, 2010. Tonight in a special ceremony the nominees for the 28th annual event were announced. Photo credit: dmealiffe on Flickr Ryan Beil has been nominated for Outstanding Performance by an Actor in a Lead Role (Large Theatre) for his performances in Billy […]
This week’s Theatre Profile and ticket giveaway features Stripes: The Mystery Circus – a “radically unique one woman show celebrating the comic circus of life.” Stripes: The Mystery Circus is a play about an audition that humorously and touchingly goes awry. Stripes is a delightful theatrical spectacle that invites you to â€œmap your imagination, chart […]