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.

"Kinky Boots" brings bigots to heel

Homophobia takes a hit in "Broadway Across Canada" roadshow

And then they came for me...

"...and then they came for me."

"Cousins from afar"

PuSh finale: Australia's Black Arm Band brings aboriginal "Dirt Song" to QE

Love's long since cancell'd woe

Ruby Slippers translates Alzheimer's drama to Richmond's Gateway stage

Police procedural in a palimpsest

Upintheair Theatre brings "The City and the City" to the city. Noire futurology @ PuShFest.

Last Van stand for 'The Best Show Ever'

Five more weeks until Cavalia pulls up its tent and steals away -- permanently.

Smith-Gilmour's Yoknapathognomy

PuSh and ArtsClub bring 'physical theatre' rendering of Faulkner's "As I Lay Dying" to BMO stage

Footloose with the Flippant Flâneur

Photo pilgrim Volker Gerling's retro animation FX regale PuShFest crowd @ York

Les Trocks dance in T-Day at QE

Tutus and toe shoes for Vancouver's Unnaugural Ball

Bookleggers trump kakistocrats in Tiago Rodrigues' "By Heart"

Portugal's Tiago Rodrigues sings the body eidetic for PuSh Fest