Avocado Toast is a not-to-be-missed show. It's fun for all those finding themselves in Vancouver.
Rodgers & Hammerstein’s Cinderella has made its way back to the Theatre Under the Stars stage at the Stanley Park Malkin Bowl for a magical night of childhood wonder. Advertisements
Shakespeare's Macbeth opened the 29th season of Bard on the Beach in an intense, classical rendition.
VTSL’s Mixed Improv Arts follows a different format to the usual improv games—instead of many short games, we get one long-form before intermission and a competing long-form in the second half.
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.
Murder on the Improv Express takes inspiration from Agatha Christie's classic 1934 novel—and the recent film adaptation from Kenneth Branagh. A group of wealthy and strange individuals are stuck on a train together (here, going from coast-to-Canadian-coast) when Hercule Poirot's …
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!
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.
Watch your favourite Star Wars characters compete to become the Laugh Jedi – someone who can bring humour back to the galaxy.