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.

Brio from Rio boosts Dance House street cred

Companhia Urbana de Dança at Vancouver Playhouse

Invisible handyman held hostage at Cultch

Pulitzer-prizewinner Ayad Akhtar fuses "The Big Short" with "Invitation to a Beheading"

"House of Dreams" puts the "chamber" back in chamber music

Tafelmusik plays baroque masterworks in virtual reality mock-ups of their original settings
Foutrement by Virginie Brunelle at VIDF

Sex and Symbolism at Vancouver International Dance Fest

Erotica: Gallic, Dravidian and arboreal -- different strokes for different folks

Chutzpah indeed: Itai Erdal's "A Very Narrow Bridge" spans very troubled waters

A wry and moving confessional on travails of Israeli expatriation
CATS at Jericho Theatre

Fighting Chance Productions herds CATS at Jericho Theatre

Fitting a mega-musical into a compact black box theatre

Demalahamid and Circadia Indigena dance the First Nations' experience, old and new

Indigenous-themed dance programs at Vancouver International Dance Fest, UBC's Anthropology Museum and VPL

Odessa-Havana at Chutzpah Fest

Klezmer-Cubano group's fusion roots run deep

Crystal Pite and Jonathon Young's Betroffenheit stuns hometown crowds

Vancouver indie theatre icons team up for prize-winning dance-drama
Andy Statman

Andy Statman gets standing ovation at Chutzpah opener

Andy Statman grew up just a few miles from my childhood home in New York City's Queens borough. Walking out on stage, he looked uncannily like Rabbi Silverman who drilled me in my Torah portion half...