From an elderly Japanese gentleman to a 12-year-old boy, Jon Lachlan Stewart explores a shooting on a Vancouver sky train from six different perspectives.
In a play that blurs the line between fact and fiction, Anthony Johnston and Nathan Schwartz talk about the relationship between lies, pranks, and art.
Ingrid Hansen talks about creating the play Little Orange Man and why they ditched the Disney and kept the grandfather.
A tale in which our fearless columnist describes a heckling incident and explains why heckling sucks, no matter what reason is claimed.
Watch Many Happy Returns, as Inspector Lestrade, Dr. Anderson, and Dr. Watson speculate on the possible return of the “late” Sherlock Holmes
Introducing Mike “hugs and disses” Carrozza’s new meta-column on comedy “Is This Thing On?” Take it away Mike…
Mercieca’s Politically Absurd Comedy Guardians of the Cross marks the anniversary of performance and arts organization Le Nouveau International
Urban Tales is a mixed bag of anti-yuletide sentiment ranging from the goofy to the erotic.
Photographer Andres Roget captured the end of season student vernissage of Syn Studio to see what the design leads of tomorrow are producing today.
Station 16 launched a kickstarter campaign to print 16 works by 16 international artists over 16 months. They’re 100
86 79.8 54 % funded. I want to make sure they make it to 100%.
At The Pipeline reading series, Mitchell’s Fear Liath makes for sweaty palms, but post-show discussion dries them off again.
Visual and new media artist Jennifer Chan curates .gifs by 25 international artists as part of .dpi 28 Gender(ed) Culture on the Internet launch.
Explore social, economic, and environmental issues affecting Alberta’s Fort McMurray through a video game that functions as an interactive documentary.
None of the Above explores sexual tension between a nerdy SAT tutor and his rich pupil. Witty banter and a familiar plot make this ideal for teenage girls.
A new and accessible exhibit at the CCA focuses on how architectural and urban projects in Casablanca and Chandigarh successfully combine post colonial ambitions with help from wealthier nations.
Lyla McQueen Shah finds her way to Tidbits from Talk Mackerel… barely.
Briggite Naggar interviews Assistant Director MIchèle Robinson about her experience with Cloud 9, a Victorian theatre piece about sex and identity.
Adam Reider’s new short film Remain Calm is
62% 100% of its way to being funded on Kickstarter. I want to make sure it reaches its target.
Sarah Segal-Lazar talks to us about fundraising with Tidbits from Talk, Music from Mackerel, a theatrical radio variety show featuring her beloved character Leslie Moira Duncanaine.
Alison Darcy explains the psychological forces that underpin the characters’ motives in the joint Segal Centre and Scapegoat Carnivale Theatre production of Othello.