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PuSh 2014: Ryeberg Live

Cultural notables address a topic: includes videos, props, essays or whatever they want. more

Kris Rothstein's Blog

PuSh 2014: Swan Song (for Cats)

Our love of cats takes centre stage in words, music and, um, other performances. more

Kris Rothstein's Blog

PuSh 2014: Gob Squad's Kitchen

A mashup of Andy Warhol's films and his impact on culture more

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After the Quake

Frog saves Tokyo from an earthquake while having an existential crisis. more

Michal Kozlowski's Blog

We were led outside to a gated courtyard, where we encountered the sound of furious scrubbing, a male voice growling a litany of “I hate” proclamations, and an unsteady woman in a hot pink jacket and pants at half mast. more

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The two actors shared the portrayal of Jesus as well as playing the other characters, including Mary Magdalene, John the Baptist, Elvis and the three wise men—with a versatility and energy that contributed to a unique and very funny show. more

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The Havana restaurant on Commercial Drive was an appropriate choice of venue for My Name is Rachel Corrie, an intimate one-woman show adapted by Alan Rickman from the correspondence and journals of activist Rachel Corrie and presented by Teesri Duniy more

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James Long’s essentially one-man show is thoughtfully and emotionally engaging, and immensely inventive. He uses three catalysts—a found suitcase full of photo albums, the same story retold by different people, and research for a play about a Japanes more

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This year, January in Vancouver was one long, dark rainy day. Thankfully the PuSh International Performing Arts Festival offered a variety of performances that piqued my curiosity enough to seduce me out of the house, away from the comforts of Kraft more

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In August 2006, in a former miner’s hall in Silverton, B.C., across Slocan Lake from New Denver Glacier in the Valhalla Range, a group of us listened to Bessie Wapp’s one-woman show, Hello, I Must Be Going, which recalls to life the voices of four Je more

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