Filled with laughs, female bonding, interpersonal drama, and – yes – plenty of talk about women’s sexuality, “Talking Sex on Sundays” is a solidly entertaining evening of musical theatre that celebrates women’s friendship and sexual empowerment.
In “Better Than This”, you get to enjoy a cross-section of some of the most beloved tunes to come out of Broadway… while also perhaps having some cozy assumptions about your favourite shows challenged.
Everybody’s favourite redheaded moppet, Little Orphan Annie, returns for a solidly entertaining and handsomely realized production that brims with all the charm, humour and pathos one could hope for.
In this guest review from Vancouver’s top funnyman and MC, David C. Jones, we get an audience-eye view of what it’s like to attend Bacio Rosso – the hybrid cabaret / vaudeville / dinner experience now playing at Queen Elizabeth Park.
Combining potshots at hipster culture and progressive politics, and relocating the story to local landmarks, “East Van Panto: The Wizard of Oz” consistently tickles the funnybone.
If you’re looking for an evening of holiday-themed musical family fun that will entertain one and all, look no further than A Christmas Story, The Musical from Align Entertainment, now playing at Burnaby’s Michael J. Fox theatre. It deftly captures the innocent yet cheeky humour of the beloved film – and even if you somehow managed […]
Yippie-kay-ay Mister Falcon! Die Hard, The Musical(ish) mostly delivers on its crowd-pleasing premise: a singing, dancing retelling of everyone’s favourite action movie using rewritten 80’s pop tunes.
It’s a more serious show than the title would suggest, but it is engaging, tells a compelling story, and reiterates some truths that we all need to be reminded of. Plus some sure-fire banjo jokes!
“Poly Queer Love Ballad” is a fresh take on the well-worn romantic comedy/drama – and not because it’s a girl-meets-girl story. It’s because one of them is polyamorous. Gaby (Sara Vicruck) is a singer-songwriter with spiky blonde Billy Idol hair and a full-on, get-what-she-wants attitude. She meets Nina (Anais West), a shy poet, at Cafe […]
“Inside Voices: A Musical in the Key of P” could be called a musical about nothing… and yet it has everything. Rich with humour and vulnerability, it’s a hilarious and riveting hour – a deceptively simple concept that belies the incredible skill required to pull it off so effectively.