dance

Lesbian-feminist icon dies unnoticed. But not by us.

Thespian lemonist, dance cricket, and irrepressible funster, Jill Johnston seemed to be everywhere in the 1970s. And then she wasn't.

Vancouver’s newest ballet company marries art and science

A group of dancers gathered in front of the ballet bar that runs the length of the airy rehearsal space above Davie Street. They chatted softly, laughing and unfurling long limbs as they took...

Colourful and culturally rich Sawan Mela Festival comes to Stanley Park this weekend

The 8th Annual Sawan Mela Festival is taking place this weekend at Stanley Park's Lumberman Arch on Saturday June 12 and Sunday June 13. A free event that features live performances, and a Bollywood m

cArtographies

I hope that people realize the value and the strength of the artistic community in Vancouver and BC. I think sometimes we take it for granted what's going on and I think sometimes people don't realize

City of Glass: city, book, and now band

The only equation you need to know: two local musicians + punk-rock dance music = City of Glass

From Vancouver Dance Studios to the Largest Theatre in the World: An Interview with Cirque Du Soleil's Melena Rounis

Melena Rounis is a local BC dancer, who is the definition of persistence. When she faced rejection at auditions, she pushed harder. When she encountered success, she continued to strive. This...

White Spider

Remember how fun it was as a kid to dangle upside down on a swing set, or swing high up on a climbing rope in gym class? White Spider, a dance production premiering this Friday and Saturday as part...

Putting the flame in flamenco

Spain’s dance darling brings her landmark Flamenco Republic to Vancouver

Shall We Dance?

Dance Marathon gives a depression-era pastime another artful spin.

Welcome to the World of Cloud Gate

Working with gravity, breathing and inner energy, Taiwanese dance company goes with the flow.