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Fringe Festival: 5-Step Guide to Being German

Berlin-born Paco Erhard says “I Can Make You German,” which he almost succeeds in doing. More importantly, he makes you a citizen of the world as he describes the German psyche and how the country has grown since WWII,. “Before, … Continue reading

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Angels in America: Perestroika is a masterpiece

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Angels in America: Perestroika (A Gay Fantasia on National Themes) is a mammoth play, not only in length but also in the breadth of its subjects. It starts with an old Russian revolutionary, (Gabrielle Rose) — who apparently is the … Continue reading

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VMO climbs musical heights in season opener

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The Vancouver Metropolitan Orchestra scaled some impressive musical heights at their 15th Anniversary opening concert.  Composer in Residence, Trevor Hoffman, brought an evocative homage to the magnificent Rocky Mountains in a work commissioned by the Orchestra. Bourgeau and Norquay (pictured … Continue reading

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