There is something for all ages this week on Vancouver stages including the city’s annual dance fest, a new show from the Realwheels theatre company and a musical stage adaptation of a beloved children’s book.
Despite the weather, there are some fun foodie events springing up around Vancouver, and whether you’re looking to grow your own veggie patch, make your own cheese, or Dine Out for Life – +The Food Gays have got them covered.
Despite a log line that sounds an awful lot like the beginning of a culturally insensitive joke, Vancouver’s Dancing Monkey Presents presents Frank McGuinness’s story of survival and national identity, Someone Who’ll Watch Over Me.
Despite a plot that sounds vaguely like a recent Hollywood blockbuster, don’t expect any severed arms in the Patrick Street Productions presentation of Floyd Collins, the musical based on the story of the 1925 Kentucky man trapped inside a cave.
It’s a good thing Pacific Theatre programmed The Seafarer well away from the holiday season, for despite its unnecessarily redemptive ending, this Christmas parable may very well have left audiences in a funk through to Easter.
Inspired by a spiritual pilgrimage, Porno Death Cult encapsulates all religious paths. Blending the reverent with the mocking, with a little more emphasis on the mocking, it draws a line connecting the extreme in every spiritual experience.