Silence, darkness, rats, cockroaches. This is what the world is, without us.
In James Fagan Tait’s latest chamber play, ideas of gender and sexuality are questioned, as two characters, John and Dick, develop a friendship that might have other people raising some eyebrows. After all, when two straight men start spending every weekend together…and when one of them likes to wear women’s clothing, people start to expect an explanation.
“This sound, of a silent audience watching, this sound vanishes now.” — World Without Us
“A fast-paced gem about having to say goodbye to your nearest and dearest…so full of quick-witted, comical play that it yields dazzling theatre” — KNACK.be – Els Van Steenberghe
Bring On Tomorrow Co. (BOTCo) and Kay Meek Centre offer a performance as cozy as a hearth fire for the holidays: Little Women, the musical adaption of… Read more “Louisa May Alcott’s Heartfelt Tale of Four Sisters Inspires Anew in Beloved Musical Adaption of Little Women”
The hottest ticket out of Australia makes its Vancouver debut. Headlining The Cultch’s Femme January — a whole month of Cultch programming celebrating the power of the… Read more “Australia’s Hot Brown Honey comes to the Cultch for Femme January”
2016 marks the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare’s death, and the beginning of his legacy to the world. Craigdarroch Castle and the Greater Victoria Shakespeare Festival (GVSF) celebrate this… Read more “Victoria Shakespeare Festival Presents Where There’s a Will”
Especially pertinent at the moment, The Valley by Victoria’s Joan MacLeod struck a nerve with the audience to create a touching, emotional journey.
This was an inventive and fast paced season for Bard on the Beach. With three comical, crafty plays and one major drama they were certainly off to… Read more “Bard on the Beach’s 2015 Season: Reviewed”
Bard on the Beach Shakespeare Festival continues its 26th season with a musical adaptation of Love’s Labour’s Lost. The play will run Tuesdays through Sundays from June… Read more “Bard on the Beach Opens the Howard Family Stage with Love’s Labour’s Lost”