Theatre

Fringe: The Anthropocalypse trips up

Picture this: a single man sitting on a dark stage, blowing into a bowl of water, filling the room with the bubbly, irritating noise of water beat boxing. Suddenly, the…

Ribald production has definite shock-factor

The Belfry has gone gangsta for its summer production of The Bomb-itty of Errors, which re-imagines Shakespeare’s Comedy of Errors with hip-hop bite, fusing novel rap beats with the bard’s…

An all-inclusive Boeing Boeing adventure

Catch Marc Camoletti’s Boeing Boeing at the Langham Court Theatre to satisfy your wanderlust.

Theatre SKAM’s bike ride delights

Satirical or childish, all the plays were fantastic in their own way. If you have never been to SKAM’s Bike Ride, it is well worth the experience and modest ticket…

New Uno Fest play delights

After the curtain closed on Shangri-La, another entry in the Intrepid Theatre’s Uno Fest lineup, I started thinking about how the play got its name. It could describe 14-year-old Jeanne’s…

Dear Epson…

On Saturday, April 5, comedian Danny Bhoy graced Victoria with his presence at our own Royal Theatre, which I had the opportunity—nay—the pleasure to watch. Having been a huge comedy…

Death, life, and unity

During the March 18 production of Kevin Kerr’s Unity (1918), two of the cast members came down with, as director Kerr called it, “a bit of dramatic irony.” The play…

Funny and racy, Langham Court Theatre’s ‘The Graduate’ is sure to impress

Tucked away in the heart of Rockland is the little known Langham Court Theatre. This month the small theatre house is presenting a reproduction of Terry Johnson’s The Graduate; a…

Picnic’s dated script not relatable to modern audiences

The Phoenix’s Roger Bishop Theatre hosted Picnic Feb. 13–22, the third play of the Phoenix’s season, which was written in 1953 by William Inge. Picnic revolves around Flo and her…