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4th DocuAsia Forum tackles sensitive Asia-Canada relations

4th DocuAsia Forum tackles sensitive Asia-Canada relations

Globalization: Cultural Disconnects or Shared Destiny?

February 20, 2013 – Vancouver & Richmond | Extremely timely in light of recent backlash against the China-Canada FIPPA agreement and the presence of Chinese miners in Northern BC, the upcoming 4th DocuAsia Forum … more »

Etch-YOUR-SketchOFF!#$%!! 5 -- The Last & De-Lirious

Etch-YOUR-SketchOFF!#$%!! 5 — The Last & De-Lirious

For the fifth year, the Vancouver Asian Canadian Theatre (VACT) is presenting Etch-Your-SketchOff, a sketch comedy competition with a cultural twist. Participating teams will pull all their funny wits together and come up with eight to 10 minutes sketches … more »

The Avant-Garde Performance of Sankai Juku

The Avant-Garde Performance of Sankai Juku

A Dance Review by Eury Chang
Published in 16.1

Date: November 5 and 6, 2010
Location: The Vancouver Playhouse, as part of DanceHouse series

It was truly an occasion to witness world-renowned Sankai Juku in their touring work, entitled Tobari: more »

China and Canada’s Intimate Relationship in “Under the Skin”

A Dance Review by Eury Chang
Published in 16.1

Show: Under the Skin
Companies: Wen Wei Dance and Beijing Modern Dance Company
Date: March 11 and 12, 2011

Presented as part of Vancouver’s large-scale DanceHouse series, Under the Skin was … more »

Preserving a Legacy, Building a Future: Filipino Folk Dance in Vancouver

Preserving a Legacy, Building a Future: Filipino Folk Dance in Vancouver

By Maria Ana Olaguera
How do you find your way back to a country you left behind many years ago…or maybe have never even seen?  Some people do it by cooking and eating the traditional foods of that country.  Others … more »

“after the quake” – You Won’t Want to Miss this Show

Did you get a chance to see Pi Theatre and Rumble Productions after the quake last year? It’s returning to the stage this fall October 13-23rd at The Cultch. Last year, advanced tickets were sold out, so buymore »

“Eating with Lola”: A Theatre Piece

By Catherine Hernandez

This play is performed by one person. The only character taking human form is Grace. The only character taking full puppet form is Lola. Everyone else is represented by a prop or series of props that draws more »

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On the Train with Maiko Bae Yamamoto: A Theatre Review

By Megan Lau

Maiko Bae Yamamoto and James Long are two of the most promising theatre artists in Canada. In February 2009, Theatre Replacement was awarded the prestigious Rio Tinto Alcan Performing Arts Award for Theatre. The $60,000 award will … more »