theatre

Podcast
Jun 19, 2009

Vancouver may lose Pantages Theatre

Redeye
In 1907 Alexander Pantages built a theatre in Vancouver's bustling Downtown Eastside. A hundred years later, the theatre is in near ruins. We speak with Janet Leduc of Heritage Vancouver.
Event

Nuit Rouge presents: "Eight Muslim Men Speak"

May 30, 2009 to May 31, 2009
Oakham House
63 Gould Street
M5B 1E9 Toronto , ON
Canada
43° 39' 29.3436" N, 79° 22' 41.6928" W
Ontario CA
Nuit Rouge Presents "Eight Muslim Men Speak" is a new look at a play written in 1933. Special musical guets: Sara Marlowe, MC Mohammad Ali & DJ ANNOMENZ. Part of ''Global Crisis-Global Resistance."
Columnists
Mar 27, 2009

Her honour as theatre critic

Garth Drabinsky and Myron Gottlieb's theatre company was a symptom in that era of high globalization, the 1990s: theatre as a vehicle for corporate grandiosity.
Podcast
Feb 13, 2009

That Night Follows Day

Redeye
A play at Vancouver PUSH festival catalogues how parents and other adults shape children's perceptions and understanding of the world. Laura Lamb joins us with a review.
Event

Shakuntala at Harbourfront Centre Feb 5th - 15th

Feb 5, 2009 to Feb 15, 2009
Harbourfront Centre / Fleck Dance Centre
235 Queens Quay West,
M5J 2G8 Toronto , ON
Canada
43° 38' 21.5484" N, 79° 23' 0.1968" W
Ontario CA
Shakuntala is perhaps the most famous Sanskrit play in existence. This is now playing at the Toronto Harbourfront Center, Feb 4th to Feb 15th, 2009. Tickets are $30.
Podcast
Feb 6, 2009

Lives Were Around Me

Redeye
A unique theatre production takes an audience of three on a tour of Vancouver's historic centre.
Podcast
Dec 1, 2008

Bruce – the Musical

Redeye
Bruce Eriksen was a fierce advocate for the people of Vancouver’s downtown eastside, and an unlikely candidate for a musical biography.

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