The Daisy Theatre’s company of puppets has become a staple at the Cultch. Audiences love Ronnie Burkett’s special brand of humour and his incredible ability to turn… Read more “Review: The Daisy Theatre returns with Little Dickens for another hilarious night of improv”
This Christmas season, Vancouver TheatreSports has turned to Hallmark Christmas movies for comedic inspiration.
An intimate look at the man-on-the-ground told by one performer projected five times over.
In Backbone, ten world-class acrobats take the stage in ever more astonishing stunts. Literally thrown back and forth—and in every direction—they toss themselves headfirst into unthinkable configurations; their bodies unimaginable building blocks as they challenge the various perceptions of what strength is, where it comes from and how it is measured. This frenetic celebration of human interconnectedness will test the limits of strength: physical, emotional, individual, and collective.
When he enters a male gym changing room for the first time he’s confronted by masculinity in all its forms—the good, the bad and the ugly.
Vancouver Opera opened up their 2018-19 season with the spectacular operetta, The Merry Widow. Widow is Franz Lehár’s 1905 story of a rich widow trying to find the right husband while Parisian men try to woo her.
VTSL also has Scared Witless – Creepy Campfire Tales on Wednesday and Thursday nights, and WTF – What The Fright on Friday and Saturday late nights. Whether you want to check out a monster competition, a mockumentary, a ghost story, or a media-based show, there’s something for everyone this October.
With spectacular performances from every actor and incisive writing from Brad Fraser, Kill Me Now is an emotional must-see for 2018.
On now, Vancouver TheatreSports League presents Back to School TheatreSports, the new feature show for September. This series lampoons classroom cliches and creates teams from the cliques you loved and hated. For this show, we had the jocks (Bill Pozzobon, Chris Casillan, Ellen Kennedy) and nerds (Rae Lynn Carson, Denise Jones, and Scott Patey) with a Band Teacher (John Voth) leading our way through.
Avocado Toast is a not-to-be-missed show. It’s fun for all those finding themselves in Vancouver.