Devising Our Future
Towards a Marxist Theatre
Negotiating Quotidian: Performing the Everyday
Livestreaming a Conversation: Connecting Africa to the World: Creative Platforms for Africans on the Continent and Beyond
Vancouver City Series
An overview of the Vancouver theatre scene.
Left and Leaving
Adrienne Wong writes about her experience making theater in Vancouver, and why she's chosen to leave.
Interview with Vicki Stroich, President of LMDA
Jeremy Stoller interviews Vicki Strioch, President of LMDA.
Notes on Vancouver Theater Life
Chris Gatchalian speaks of his impressions of the artists of Vancouver. He reflects on how the scene responds to community’s want of “non traditional” theatre.
Vancouver on Fire
Deb Williams and Joel Wirkkunen took action during the economic recession by making a once a month storytelling night called The Flame.
On Dreaming Early, Beach Dramaturgy, and an Old Stinky Mop
An Interview with Heidi Taylor
Elaine Avila interviews Vancouver-based dramaturg and director Heidi Taylor.
A Few Thoughts about the Aesthetics of Reality
Marcus Youssef looks at the idea of reality and how, as the first generation in a globalized world, that informs the structure and the creating of storytelling.
A Coming-of-Middle-Age Story
The coming of age story is repeated endlessly when we are young but nothing prepares us for the middle of the age. The coming of middle age story has helped Ditor examine what is next.
Un-belonging, Vancouver Style
As an Aboriginal playwright, director, and more who goes project to project-theater to theater- Lisa Ravensbergen stitches all these identities together to find her own artistic home.
From "Espresso" to the "Human Library"
Elaine Avila offers an overview of the theatre scene in Vancouver.
Series are collections of content curated around a specific theme. HowlRound works with curators to develop topical pieces meant to spotlight current events and happenings within the commons.