British Columbia

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Tyler, The Creator Moves Mountains And Shakes The Earf On Igor Tour 

Tyler, The Creator Moves Mountains And Shakes The Earf On Igor Tour 

By Darrole Palmer   October 15, 2019 Pacific Coliseum   Tyler, the Creator has taken his alter ego, Igor, on the road and he’s making all the…

PLACES PLEASE – March 2019 – Your monthly theatre guide

Wednesday 06th, March 2019 / 13:57

By Leah Siegel

Hot Brown Honey at The Cultch, March 15-30


This troupe of Aussie female artists is bringing back their internationally-acclaimed show full of music, acrobatics, cabaret and unapologetic female empowerment. “Of course we want the audience to have an amazing time,” says creator Lisa Fa’alafi. “But for us the most important thing is the discussion that follows.”

Jesus Freak at Pacific Theatre, March 1-23

Most kids come back from summer camp with scraped legs, sunburns, and maybe memories of their first kiss. Clara, meanwhile, has come back with Jesus — and her newfound religiosity surprises her secular family that prides itself on its open-mindedness.

Marine Life at Firehall Arts Centre, March 14-23
An environmental activist falls in love with a corporate lawyer. It’s an age-old tale of star-crossed lovers, set against a backdrop of the impending environmental apocalypse. Don’t worry: this is a comedy.

Gross Misconduct at Gateway Theatre, March 14-23
In a prison, two cellmates — one, a veteran prisoner, the other a rich kid newcomer — must deal with their past, and each other in this new play by Meghan Gardiner. Director Kayvon Khoshkam told BeatRoute, “We’re looking at exploring accountability, but also its relationship to redemption.”

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Alberta

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Reuben and the Dark Harness the Power of Vulnerability on Un|Love

Reuben and the Dark Harness the Power of Vulnerability on Un|Love

By Sebastian Buzzalino Vulnerability through artistic practice is largely about opening up spaces: within the artist to explore difficult or…