"INCOGNITO MODE: A Play About Porn" Argues Not for Answers

"INCOGNITO MODE: A Play About Porn" Argues Not for Answers

With a thing as complex as sexuality, it is work like INCOGNITO MODE that argues not for answers, but for an ever-important, respectful dialogue: dialogue that isn’t afraid to challenge, but is also unafraid  of being open to differing perspectives in our ever changing landscape of sexual representation.

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A Bloody Treat: Snapshots Theatre Collective's Sweeney Todd

A Bloody Treat: Snapshots Theatre Collective's Sweeney Todd

Attend the tale of Sweeney Todd; really, you should. Snapshots Theatre Collective has served up a bloody treat just in time for Halloween. Their site-specific, immersive production of Sweeney Todd, mounted at 348 Water Street (Mrs. Lovett’s Pie Shop, I should say), submerges the audience in the dark world of Fleet Street so thoroughly that they will even serve you pre-show pie.

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Fringe Festival 2018 Review: Rocko and Nakota: Tales From the Land

Fringe Festival 2018 Review: Rocko and Nakota: Tales From the Land

In Rocko and Nakota: Tales From the Land, expert storyteller Josh Languedoc takes his audience on a journey into mental illness and the healing power of stories. This one--man show, in which Languedoc switches with remarkable remarkable prowess between multiple characters, explores young Nakota’s struggle to grapple with his demons, both internal and external. Rocko and Nakota gifts audiences with traditional and contemporary stories about resilience and becoming your own hero.

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Fringe Festival 2018 Preview: Precious Little

Fringe Festival 2018 Preview: Precious Little

When our words are no longer useful, how do we experience our interactions? Can we communicate in a more visceral, bodily way? Is it possible  to be understood in a more spiritual, energetic sense, to go deeper in dialogue when we are stripped of our dependence on the word?

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Interview: Celeste Snowber

Interview: Celeste Snowber

Web Editor Sarah Thompson chatted with multi-faceted artist, Celeste Snowber, about her upcoming collaborative show Perfect Imperfections. Celeste joined forces with JUNO nominated bassist Jodi Proznick and harpist Alexa Reimer to create a show about embracing messiness. Perfect Imperfections will run from June 14th to 16th at the Cultch.

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Review: The Shooting Gallery Performance Series

Review: The Shooting Gallery Performance Series

The bi-annual Shooting Gallery Performance Series is a “breeding ground for raw works of dance and performance art”, said co-curator Julie Chapple at Saturday night’s performance. Produced with Sarah Gallos, the two women sift through submissions of established and emerging performance artists interested in exploring new approaches performance. Held at the artist collective The Dusty Flowerpot Cabaret, the series offers a much needed experimental clearing for Vancouver’s performance-based artists.    

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