The 33rd annual Jessie Richardson Theatre Awards will be handed out on Monday, June 22nd in Vancouver and this year’s nominees were recently announced. From the organizers: “To say it was a busy theatre season is putting it mildly. There were an abundant number of dynamic productions that displayed the dedication, creativity and excellence of […]
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CircusWest Performing Arts Society’s latest production, Circus of Oz, features talented performance students from the CirKids program, bringing L. Frank Baum’s Wizard of Oz story to life in Vancouver. Circus of Oz will run from May 7th until May 10th, 2015 at the historic PNE Garden Auditorium, offering something for circus fans of all ages. […]
There’s something very special about going to the theatre in Vancouver and something even more spectacular happens when that theatre experience takes place seaside, at sunset, on a gloriously warm summer night. Bard on the Beach Summer 2015 returns this summer, with the white tents at Vanier Park hosting the award-winning Shakespeare Festival from June […]
Gateway Theatre presents Out of a Dream, a new revue with songs from all 11 Rodgers and Hammerstein musicals including The Sound of Music, Oklahoma!, The King and I, Carousel, South Pacific and Cinderella from April 9th to April 25th. Eva Tavares, Peter Jorgensen, Katie Murphy, Jenny Anderson. Photo credit Emily Cooper. In association with […]
The Vancouver South African Film Festival (“VSAFF”) will light up the screen at SFU Woodward’s Goldcorp Theatre this weekend, April 10th to April 12th, showcasing a top notch selection of South African cinema while supporting a worthy cause. Vancouver South African Film Festival Now in its 5th year, the idea for the festival came to […]
Disney’s The Lion King returns to Vancouver for an exclusive 4 week engagement at the Queen Elizabeth theatre this summer, running June 18th to July 12th, 2015. Jelani Remy as “Simba” and the ensemble in “He Lives in You” from THE LION KING National Tour. ©Disney. Photo Credit: Joan Marcus. The Lion King Since its […]