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A beautiful new letterpress map of Vancouver uses the simplicity of circles to illustrate the city’s layout.
Don’t panic. The Gastown Steam Clock isn’t gone forever, it’s just getting some much-needed TLC in the form of repairs.
“There are no small parts—only small actors…” Or so goes the saying that helped inspire Solo Collective Theatre’s newest project: a daring and evocative examination of artistry, family, mental illness, […]
In this episode of Hyphy.TV, we interview Arthur Tiojanco, founder of Funk’n’sole entertainment.
Studio 58 is an educational and artistic institution in its own right among Vancouver theatre lovers. Now in its forty-ninth season, the nationally renowned theatre school has seen their stage […]
I’m a fan of one-person plays. There’s no better way to see into a character’s heart and soul. But the performances can drag on.
Broken Sex Doll, 2013′s breakaway sci-fi musical, comes back bigger and bolder at The York. How the expanded set helped or hindered this production?
Urinetown is a smart musical about toilet humour. And that’s not a contradiction.