Interlaced with equal measures of pain and humour, Satellite(s) is set to hit the Vancouver stage on November 16, 2017. Produced by Solo Collective Theatre, the play is inspired by Caroline… Read more “Vancouver’s housing featured in new play, Satellite(s)”
Pi Theatre’s recently finished up the second run of their show Long Division which uses math to tell the story of 7 people connected through tragedy.
Bard on the Beach Shakespeare Festival continues its 26th season with the world stage premiere of Shakespeare’s Rebel by award winning author C.C. Humphreys. The play will run Tuesdays through… Read more “Shakespeare’s Rebel – World Premiere at Bard on the Beach this Summer!”
King Lear comes to the BMO Mainstage of the Bard on the Beach Shakespeare Festival June 18 to September 20. In collaboration with Theatre Calgary, it is… Read more “King Lear Joins the Bard on the Beach Mainstage Lineup, June 18”
Shakespeare is generally known for two types of plays: tragedy and comedy, but in CYMBELINE we get the best of both genres. This dramatic story rife with… Read more “Bard on the Beach’s CYMBELINE Delights Audiences and Keeps Them Guessing”
Bard on the Beach Shakespeare Festival continues its 25th season with Cymbeline, an enthralling drama featuring one of Shakespeare’s most finely-etched female leads. It plays Tuesdays through Sundays in the intimate… Read more “The Howard Family Stage welcomes CYMBELINE to the 2014 Bard on the Beach season”
Bard on the Beach Shakespeare Festival continues the celebration of its 25th anniversary with the Shakespearean-themed drama Equivocation by celebrated American playwright and Jesuit priest Bill Cain.… Read more “EQUIVOCATION by Bill Cain opens 2014 Howard Family Stage season at Bard on the Beach”
“I want to tell the truth. I just don’t want to get caught at it.” – William Shagspeare in Equivocation “…it zooms along with all the hip humor… Read more “Equivocation by Bill Cain hits the Belfry Theatre”