An overview of the Vancouver theatre scene.
Adrienne Wong writes about her experience making theater in Vancouver, and why she's chosen to leave.
Jeremy Stoller interviews Vicki Strioch, President of LMDA.
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.
Deb Williams and Joel Wirkkunen took action during the economic recession by making a once a month storytelling night called The Flame.
Elaine Avila interviews Vancouver-based dramaturg and director Heidi Taylor.
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.
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.
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.
Elaine Avila offers an overview of the theatre scene in Vancouver.
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