UBC Opera presents Sondra Radvanovsky: The Singer Behind the Song

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Spend a glorious afternoon of song and round table discussion with Sondra Radvanovsky—one of today’s greatest opera stars. Sondra  is a globally celebrated artist, regarded as one of the premiere Verdi sopranos today. The sincerity and intensity she brings to … Continue reading

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The Cultch: Ronnie Burkett’s Daisy Theatre

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The charm, the joy, the surprises and the always entertaining puppets under Ronnie Burkett’s wing return for a special performance at the Historic Cultch Theatre. The Daisy Theatre is Ronnie Burkett unleashed and unscripted, by the seat of his pants, … Continue reading

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Western Gold Theatre’s “Twelfth Night” sparkles with fun

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It’s wonderful to see actors in their senior years (some not so senior) still on top of their game. Western Gold’s reading of Shakespeare’s delightful comedy of sibling mix-ups, and romantic hilarity is a joy to watch. Anna Hagan, Artistic … Continue reading

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Royal City Musical Theatre: Cole Porter’s Anything Goes

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Anything Goes is one of those perennial favourites for stage and screen. Follow the madcap antics aboard an ocean liner sailing from New York to London, dealing with a stowaways, two battling singing stars, a nightclub singer and Public Enemy … Continue reading

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Chor Leoni: BC/Baltica

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Inspired by the long tradition of excellent Baltic and Scandinavian male choirs, Diane Loomer founded Chor Leoni in 1993. BC/BALTICA celebrates the amazing choral music that springs from this area of the world, and honours the foundation upon which Chor Leoni … Continue reading

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United Players: Athol Fugard’s “The Train Driver”

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Roelf, a train driver, has spent weeks searching for the identities of a mother and child he unintentionally killed with his train on the track between Philippi and Nyanga on South Africa’s Cape Flats. After a fruitless journey through shanty … Continue reading

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Pacific Theatre: Athol Fugard’s “Valley Song”

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The great South African playwright Athol Fugard has always had a gift for putting large-scale ideas in small-scale plays. “Valley Song,” Fugard’s two-actor, three-character drama was his first play after the election of Nelson Mandela. It is a touching account … Continue reading

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Boca de Lupo: Genetic Drift

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From one of Canada’s most innovative theatre groups comes another thought-provoking presentation about climate change and how it could affect us all — in some surprising ways. Genetic Drift, which looks at the hot topic issue of climate change from … Continue reading

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