Lincoln Kaye

Lincoln Kaye is Vancouver Observer's Senior Correspondent for Culture and
Features. In half a century of reporting, he has served as a magazine correspondent in Asia, a food and travel writer, a music, film and theatre critic and a forest fire lookout.

Fantasmes à bout de souffle

Montreal's Tentacle Tribe leaves Cultch crowd breathless

Wrinkles in the mind

Bringing essays to life: Foster-Wallace, Suzuki/Cullis on PuSh stages

Notes from (deeeep) Underground

Cultch recruits Vancouver audiences into Burkett's "Forget Me Not"

Pillars of salt that sing and dance

Electric Co., Touchstone & City Opera PuSh LatinX & Old World refugee musicals

"Noises Off," laugh cues on

Arts Club brings West End farce to Stanley Alliance stage

"Noises Off," laugh cues on

Arts Club brings West End farce to Stanley Alliance stage

"Voices Appeared" to silent Maid

Orlando Consort sets Dreyer's Saint Joan masterpiece to 15th century scores

Testosteronic tutus

Virtuosic vamps of Les Ballets Trockadero in one-night-stand @ QE

Mt. St. Hille's pyroclastic gems

Veda Hille self-celebrates a life well-lived in idiosyncratic solo show "Little Volcano"

Unstable Genii in Love => ∞

Moscovitch’s "Infinity" -- Quantum entanglements with Strings attached