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Christmas in Vancouver is full of lights, festive festivities and, this year at least, lots of rain. But how did Vancouverites celebrate Christmas decades ago?
Since its first appearance in 1944, Tennessee Williams’ classic tale of a shattered, depression-era, Midwestern family fighting to stay together has been reproduced time and again by companies, both professional and amateur, across North America. Appearing at the Jericho Arts
It’s that time of year again: the time for heartwarming holiday classics such as White Christmas, It’s a Wonderful Life and A Christmas Carol to herald the annual return of charity, merriment and good-cheer. Here to throw a much-needed wrench
How does a middle-aged gal with no kids review Roald Dahl’s James and the Giant Peach? Easy. I imagined myself as a 10 year old again
As a Ballet BC UP committee member I have been able to attend some fabulous events, as well as watch Ballet BC’s astounding No. 29 from the safety of my […]
With so many family favourites making their way on stage this festive season, it’s only fitting that the world famous Alcott classic, Little Women, joins them on Granville Island this […]
This year’s Cinderella: An East Van Panto was expanded, both in cast members and in scope. While some of it was a bit rockier than last year’s production, this new […]