Daniel Arnold is taking this theatre thing seriously. Armed with a BFA from the University of Alberta, where he met … More
Month: October 2008
The Cultch accepting applications for performing arts grant
The Vancouver East Cultural Centre is now accepting applications for the annual Rio Tinto Alcan Performing Arts Award. It’s a … More
A stage acting lesson in a box
This actress is a true miracle worker.
The most important thing you will read today
On the heels of my recent decision to devote my artistic energy to the proliferation of indie theatre, I have … More
It’s the new psst…pass it on, right?
Aha. So this is what Facebook is good for. Got it.
Here’s a fun example of theatre getting some use out of blog marketing. The touring production of the multi-Tony winning … More
That’s it. I quit.
There’s a thread over at Praxis on the post Giving up the dream? that bears some conversation. It began in … More
This one goes to eleven: Rachel Peake
Hailing from Saskatchewan and now residing in Vancouver by way of the Drama Department of the University of Alberta, Rachel … More
What’s happening on The 21st Floor? Follow the links… This post is stuck to the top of the site. The … More
Artists v. Harper: a handing voting tool
Thanks to friend Kirsten for this tip: The website voteforenvironment.ca provides up-to-date statistics for each riding and offers up the … More
I sometimes think that theatre is a torture. Juliet Stevenson
New on the V-list: Exit Commander Kitty
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Seeing the party as half full
My theatre company, upon its inception, developed a fun tradition. Before each of our productions so far we’ve thrown a … More
Vancouver picks up the Wrecking Ball and runs with it
Well, that rocked. Vancouver’s Wrecking Ball, which opened with an all-party debate on the arts and then moved into a … More
We’re having another of our legendary parties on Saturday to get ready for the new play , please come on … More