CJSF volunter, Aryana Sye, reviews the 2009 Bard on the Beach performance of the Comedy of Errors...
Now playing at the Stanley Industrial Alliance Stage, Les Miserables is a hit among Vancouverites. The widely-acclaimed musical based on a novel by Victor Hugo is directed by Bill Millerd for the Arts Club. On May 31st, CJSF correspondent, Anna Santiago witnessed the tremendous success of Les Miserables.
Now playing at the Granville Island Stage, Tom Stoppard’s The Real Thing brings to life what happens behind-the-scenes of a relationship. After an insightful experience at Stoppard’s last play, The Constant Wife, CJSF correspondent Anna Santiago sat in the audience on March 21st to watch The Real Thing unveil.
Now on its second week at the Stanley Industrial Stage, The Constant Wife continues to bring laughter to center stage. Directed by Morris Panych, The Constant Wife is a traditional yet hilarious look at marriage, trust, loyalty, betrayal and payback. CJSF correspondent Anna Santiago who had a chance to see the play on February 01st had this to say:
On November 8th, as the door opens at Studio 58, theatre fanatics eagerly await the opening night performance of William Shakespeare’s Merchant of Venice. Stage veteran and Studio 58 founder, Anthony Holland, stars and directs in this modern-day adaptation of one of Shakespeare’s most popular drama. CJSF correspondent, Anna Santiago, was there to take part in this unique performance…
Samurai Davis Jr and Dim Sum’s Super Mega Happy Fun Time Improv Show, an act coming all the way from Atlanta, Georgia, kicked off a great Wednesday night at the Roundhouse for the Vancouver International Improv Festival... By Jason Lam and Nataly Richardson
It’s 8 o’clock on a cold Tuesday evening and the majority of downtown Vancouver has already fallen silent. However, a crowd gathers at the Roundhouse Theatre in Yaletown for an evening of laughter... By Jason Lam and Nataly Richardson
CJSF volunteer, Sarah Hyde, reviews Mr. Fox at the Vancouver International Fringe Festival, a play about that ubiquitous Vancouver radio mascot...
Under no circumstances must you ever take off the head – those instructions will make you a really bad guillotine operator or a really great mascot.
Mr. Fox is a one man play and it is full of the dos and do nots like this.
The play is about Greg Landucci’s time working as the Fox, at C-FOX.
He wants to be a radio jock and thinks being the Fox is his foot in the door.
CJSF volunteer, Aryana Sye, reviews the Bard on the Beach performance of King Lear.
“Can an old fool be a babe again?”
This question ascribes to the modernized version of the Shakespeare’s classic King Lear on the Mainstage this year at Bard on the Beach. Situated right below the stage, the backdrop of the North Shore Mountains and the finest glass of pinot in tow, I was ready to divulge into Shakespearean Theatre.
CJSF volunter, Kelsey Singbeil, reviews the 2008 Bard on the Beach performance of Twelfth Night...
Sometimes when I go to Bard on the Beach I feel like I'm part of a commercial for summertime fun in Vancouver. The voiceover in my head invites me to, "come, have a picnic at Vanier Park, watch the sun go down, then come inside a big tent and enjoy some Shakespeare." Commercial or not, it's a fun way to spend a summer evening.