Patricia Cano returns to her role in this touring production of The (Post) Mistress, next up in Surrey. She plays Marie-Louise, a charming postal worker in the fictional… Read more “Upbeat and engaging, The (Post) Mistress is a great addition to the Surrey Civic Theatre’s lineup”
Following three people as they recount the details of a single dramatic event during the Afghan War, The Fighting Season is a harsh, powerful reminder of the… Read more “Visceral and moving, The Fighting Season shines as a fascinating study of war medics”
And Bella Sang With Us is a study on how things have changed, and how much further we have to go. Following two women in the early… Read more “And Bella Sang With Us is a great way to start off the New Year”
The lead-up to the US election, Kate and Will’s visit, climate change, the demise of Brangelina and the construction of more bike lanes are just a few… Read more “Vancouver Theatre Sports look back at 2016 in hilarious Year In Review”
James and Jamesy have come to Maple Ridge to round out their British Columbia tour of O Christmas Tea. The 17-time ‘Best-of-Fest’ winners from theatre festivals across North America invite audience members of all ages to join them in their action-packed quest to save the world from drowning in tea. It’s an imaginative, funny journey but it occasionally fell flat.
The Christmas Queen saga sees HRM (Her Royal Meanness) as the star of her own reality show. She insists that the finale be filmed and aired live on Christmas Eve and her poor, brow-beaten director Bob Matchit can’t talk her out of it. Not only will his Christmas be ruined but her plan is to ruin the Christmas of all her suitors.