John dresses as a woman and goes to the public library, Dick meets him expecting to find a woman; they begin an uneasy relationship, they get married—but they aren’t gay. Advertisements
Silence, darkness, rats, cockroaches. This is what the world is, without us.
This was an incredible show, somehow managing to successfully mix humour into this brutal, suspenseful thriller. It was hard-hitting, emotionally potent, and I'm so glad I saw it!
Deep Cultural Understandings Emerge as Haida Offer Interpretation of their Treasures in new Museum of Vancouver Exhibit
The Museum of Anthropology (MOA) presents first-ever collaboration between six First Nations communities with the illuminating new exhibition Culture at the Centre, on display from March 18, 2018 to October 8, 2018.
With beautiful sets and stunning costumes, this production shines as a great performance for all ages. Ballet BC presents Alberta Ballet’s The Nutcracker at the Queen Elizabeth Theatre through December 30th.
The Museum of Anthropology (MOA) at UBC with the Musqueam Indian Band present the inspiring and interactive new exhibition The Fabric of Our Land: Salish Weaving, on display from November 19, 2017 to April 15, 2018. Curated by MOA Curator Susan Rowley, in collaboration …
“We must not look at goblin men / We must not buy their fruits: / Who knows upon what soil they fed / Their hungry thirsty roots?” The New Zealand circus troupe A Dust Palace brought their stunning cirque-theatre production to The …
Blending multiple contemporary ice-dancing techniques and adding a splash of percussion couldn’t make me love this show. Vertical Influences underwhelms but still looks pretty nice.
“The most exciting thing for me about the 17/18 season is that it really does dig deep. It really looks in depth at some of the issues that we’ve been dealing with in previous seasons and also at some of …