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Creeps takes centre stage at the Cultch

Creeps takes centre stage at the Cultch

David E. Freeman play considered a historic narrative about living with disabilities
Christmas comes early for director of Arts Club comedy

Christmas comes early for director of Arts Club comedy

The Day Before Christmas explores family angst with local flare
Beautifully broken-hearted Manchester by the Sea is a triumph

Beautifully broken-hearted Manchester by the Sea is a triumph

Humour where you least expect it, and pain in every frame. That’s Manchester by the Sea.
4 things to do in Vancouver: Nov. 24 to 30, 2016

4 things to do in Vancouver: Nov. 24 to 30, 2016

1. Straight outta Beijing, the China Broadcasting Chinese Orchestra presents the Canadian premiere of Enchanting China: An Orchestral Extravaganza Nov. 29 and 30 at Queen Elizabeth Theatre.
Home of the frissant, Swiss Bakery enjoys blurring the lines

Home of the frissant, Swiss Bakery enjoys blurring the lines

“Don’t stand there too long or you’ll get one of everything,” calls out a voice in Swiss Bakery.
Teller goes the distance in real-life boxing tale Bleed for This

Teller goes the distance in real-life boxing tale Bleed for This

Miles Teller knows what it’s like to take a beating, having followed up his career-making performance in Whiplash with the ill-conceived and universally panned Fantastic Four remake.
One-man Brain explores living with OCD

One-man Brain explores living with OCD

Brendan McLeod tackles mental health disorder head on
Ibsen's Ghosts comes alive in fresh production

Ibsen's Ghosts comes alive in fresh production

Fresh is not a word often applied to a production of Henrik Ibsen’s Ghosts. But directed by Michael Fera for United Players, that’s exactly what this production is. It’s also relevant despite its late 19 th century setting in Skien, Norway.
Arrival hits emotional motherlode

Arrival hits emotional motherlode

Comedian Louis CK was on a talk show last week, excited at the prospect of the first mother in the White House. “A mother,” he said, “feeds you, she protects you, she takes care of s***” in a way that fathers cannot.
Vancouver filmmaker explores co-operative businesses across Canada

Vancouver filmmaker explores co-operative businesses across Canada

A New Economy screens Nov. 15 at the Rio Theatre