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 – latterly – a forest fire lookout.

"No Foreigners" @ CutchLab: xenografts seek roots

Multimedia depth probe of Chinese Mall culture's invasive speciation

"Motown" time capsule

Broadway Across Canada brings glitz, glam and hi-DB nostalgia to QE

Taiwan's Legend-Lin sets world to rites

"Eternal Tides" @ QE: ceremonious finale for PuSh Fest 2018

Camelot, chromosomally enriched

Neworld Theatre's "King Arthur's Night" comes home to Van, regaling PuSh patrons

HK Exile pokes into Chinese finger-trap

Outsourced work ethic in "Foxconn Frequency #3" -- how far can you PuSh a keyboardist?

Vancouver Opera quaffs Donizetti's bittersweet "Elixir of Love" @ QE

Rising stars, turn-of-the (20th) century decor combine to "Make Canada Great Again"

Double-blind soundscapes @ PuSh

"Reassembled/Slightly Askew" and "Blind Cinema" -- Theatre in the Cranial Round

Geeks "Kill Monsters" in UBC student phantasmagoria

Role-play, sword-play & wild FX in Qui Nguyen's campy, poignant VR send-up

Keating turns our notions of crime and punishment "Inside/Out"

Touchstone and Neworld Theatre treat PuSH audiences to prisoner's monologue

Hopeful Bastards launch PuSH 2018 @ Playhouse

Out of Quebec: Sound and fury. Signifying...?