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Category Archives: Theatre
Burnaby Art Gallery (BAG) present Betrayal at Babylon, a new installation by Vancouver-based mixed media artist Keith Langergraber that will be held at the gallery from September 9 to October 23, 2016. Investigating the impermanence of language and the complexity of human myth-making, the … Continue reading
Today we went to see the Bard on the Beach production of Othello and I have to admit, I had very mixed emotions while watching the performance. Yes, it was a beautiful stage, amazing acting, and an interesting spin on … Continue reading
On the evening of Thursday June 23rd I had the pleasure of meeting the Canadian art iconic Joe Fafard, one of Canada’s most recognized and prolific artists Joe Fafard is one of Canada’s leading professional visual artists and has exhibitions of … Continue reading
Vancouver’s Bard on the Beach Shakespeare Festival begins its 27th season in Vanier Park on June 3, with an exciting lineup of plays, concerts and special events. All tickets for Bard on the Beach went on sale April 6 for … Continue reading
If you’ve been interested in the opera but don’t know where to the start, the Burnaby Lyric Opera and Shadbolt Centre for the Arts have the production for you – La Bohème, by Giacomo Puccini. La Bohème is a beloved … Continue reading
On at the Evergreen Cultural Centre is the double bill of “Till Death” – The tale of Six Queens. Six Love stories. Six Deaths. One Actress! It all starts in the afterlife, in a bizarre waiting room of sorts. One by … Continue reading
Don’t ever count them out. The Contenders are rolling back into the Tri-Cities for a new concert of their classic hits. Valdy and Gary Fjellgaard, Canadian folk music legends from the West Coast, will play at Evergreen Cultural Centre on … Continue reading
This morning, along with my wife and two daughters, I attended a Disney on Ice performance of Frozen. And you know, even though I have seen the movie version of Frozen 193 times and listened to “Let It Go” more times … Continue reading
On November 19th at 8pm Jayme Stone will bring to the Evergreen Cultural Centre a “collaboratory” of some of North America’s most distinctive and creative roots musicians to revive, recycle, and reimagine traditional music The performance will focus on songs … Continue reading
Bard on the Beach Shakespeare Festival has announced a 2016 season that will showcase the genius and popular appeal of the great English playwright, in a year of world-wide celebrations marking the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare’s death. The 27th Bard … Continue reading