A sold out mass trickled into the Chan Centre, filling each seat and leaving behind a stand-by line that snaked through the rose-garden — those trying their luck at any remaining spots to even simply overhear murmurs of the evening’s speaker: Ta-Nehisi Coates.
The 2B Theatre Company production of Old Stock: A Refugee Love Story, presented by the PuSh International Performing Arts Festival, is a powerfully magical homage to Jewish ancestors; a history lesson that leaves you feeling depressed and heartbroken yet full of hope.
The October 23 event will include a presentation of Sheila Pree Bright’s work as well as an on-stage conversation with Pree Bright on her artistic practice, recent projects and thoughts on the interconnectedness of art and social justice.
Vancouver-based funk, jazz and rock fusion trio, Ludic, played a headlining show at The Biltmore Cabaret on September 15 that brought this year’s Westward Festival to a groovy end.
Little is known about either mysteriously duo but the fact that they share a record label, Avant Garden. This may explain the similarities in Chiiild and Emotional Oranges’ approaches to the simply-labeled R&B music they produce.
Founded in February 2018, the UC3 unites 20 North American institutions to leverage their status as influential actors in the transition to a low-carbon future.
The self-described clowns, The Tiny Tricycle Poets, opened for famed Canadian slam poet Shane Koyczan’s sold out show. But the packed theatre quickly came to realize that the Tiny Tricycle Poets were more than merely a supporting act.