After the recent launch of Vancouver Symphony Orchestra’s 100th Anniversary Season, Tweeddale took some time to tell us about her excitement for VSO’s future, her passion for music, and what she appreciates about Vancouver, including its food scene, bike lanes and great spaces.Read More
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A theatre artist, who performs, writes, directs, and produces, Sing Turner founded her own company, Visceral Visions, 15 years ago to champion work by Indigenous, culturally diverse, and female Canadian artists.Read More
Theatre in the Raw has been taking risks with new and classic productions that deliver strong messages for 24 years. The grassroots Vancouver theatre company's next production is Arthur Miller's Incident at Vichy, April 11-22 at Studio 16.Read More
A few days before the opening of the much anticipated exhibition, Takashi Murakami: The Octopus Eats Its Own Leg, Vancouver Art Gallery director Kathleen Bartels answered questions about the show, the art world, her life—and yes, about why the gallery needs a new space.Read More
As artistic and executive director of the PuSh International Performing Arts Festival, Norman Armour curates its smart, edgy line-up, leads the staff and oversees the budget, including raising funds.Read More
Charles Ross has blown away critics with performances that condense the action of entire film franchises like Star Wars into wildly antic one-man plays. We catch up with him as he gets ready to perform One Man Pride & Prejudice at the Gabriola Theatre Festival on August 18.Read More
Word on the set of Theatre Under the Stars is that director Shel Piercy may have cast the real Mary Poppins — Ranae Miller embodies the character in such a natural way. The actress took a break from rehearsals so we could get to know her a little better.Read More