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Katsumi Kimoto

Visual Artist Katsumi Kimoto Unveils Aquatic Series ‘Kuroshio’

Abstract artist and Kimoto Gallery owner Katsumi Kimoto is set to reveal Kuroshio, a new Pacific Ocean-inspired series that uses the flowing qualities of liquid

Naomi Brand's Re:Play. Photo by Chris Randle.

The Dance Centre’s Latest Edition of ’12 Minutes Max’ Highlights Five Innovative Works

The Dance Centre’s 12 Minutes Max series is back for a new edition coming up June 12, 2015 at 8pm at the Scotiabank Dance Centre,


United Players Present Molière’s Classic ‘The Imaginary Invalid’

The United Players of Vancouver Theatre Company bring one of famed French playwright Molière’s best works, The Imaginary Invalid, to the Jericho Arts Centre, June

Small Stage

Dances for a Small Stage Gears Up for First-Ever Performance at the 2015 Magnetic North Theatre Festival

This June, Dances for a Small Stage, Vancouver’s vivacious dance series founded in 2001, will travel to Ottawa’s National Arts Centre to present an audacious, politically charged

James & Jamesy in High Tea

Fringe Festival Favourites Set Sail on Uproarious Theatrical Adventure in ‘James & Jamesy in High Tea’

From two multi-award winning, masterful comedians comes the outrageously funny and brilliantly inventive journey of James & Jamesy in High Tea, on stage May 18

Good Noise Vancouver Gospel Choir

BC’s Top Youth Choirs to be Showcased in ‘RISE UP SINGING! A Youth Choir Extravaganza’

Three award-winning youth choirs, Burnaby Central Chamber “A” Choir, North Surrey Polaris Chamber Choir, and Vancouver Youth Choir will join Good Noise Vancouver Gospel Choir


All-Female Cast Brings Women Power to Stage in ‘Miss Shakespeare’ and ‘J. Caesar’

The Escape Artists, a theatre company led by Chelsea Hotel creator Tracey Power, will present two world premieres that playfully redefine gender roles - Miss Shakespeare, which


‘God and the Indian’ Tackles Complex Aftermath of Residential Schools

The Firehall Arts Centre and Native Earth Performing Arts present God and the Indian by award-winning Aboriginal playwright Drew Hayden Taylor, May 20-30, 2015 @


Wu Man and the Shanghai Quartet Collaborate in Vancouver Premiere

Wu Man, the world’s reigning master of the pipa, will be joined by the distinguished Shanghai Quartet in A Night in Ancient and New China, Saturday, May 9,