Almost, Maine: Review

Pictured (L-R): Peter Carlone, Kim Larson, Giovanni Mocibob, Baraka Rahmani, Jalen Saip Jessica Kim After October hits it’s a whirlwind of holidays until suddenly it’s the new year. Halloween and Thanksgiving zipped right past me and while I’m preparing for exam weeks, it seems like the rest of the world is warming up to the

Coming up for Air: Preview

Jessica Kim Kay Meek Studio Theatre presents a one-man stage adaptation of Coming Up for Air, adapted, directed and produced by Leslie Mildiner based on George Orwell’s novel of the same name! The award-winning [Bernard] Cuffling portrays George Bowling, an insurance salesman who makes an escape from “Hilda and the kids” in London for a few

Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson: Review

Jessica Kim I walked into Performance Works to see Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson by Alex Timbers and Michael Friedman presented by Fighting Chance Productions. Actually, not true. I walked into the United States of America. It wasn’t subtle at all, even outrageously so, and hilarious, like the show. The lights were red and blue and

Jesus Christ Superstar: Review

Jessica Kim It’s the set the audience first sees when they walk in. It sets them up for the show. When I walked into the Centennial Theatre for URP’s production of Jesus Christ Superstar (music by Andrew Lloyd Webber and lyrics by Tim Rice), the set was reminiscent of the biblical times, complete with pillars

Victoria: Review

Sebastian Ochoa Mendoza I had never travelled so far to catch a work of theatre before. The Massey Theatre is located about two cities over from Vancouver, in what appeared to be a High School. When I opened the front door to find a High School gym, I insisted that we must’ve been in the

The Lonesome West: Review

Pictured: John Voth and Kenton Klassen. Photo by Emily Cooper. Jessica Kim Whenever I walk into the Pacific theatre it’s always a peculiar experience. As I walk across the very stage the actors will stand on to find my seat, I wonder what it feels like to be watched from (almost) all directions, even the

Preview: Jesus Christ Superstar – URP

This Halloween, URP brings us Jesus Christ Superstar at the Centennial Theatre. It’s a 70s rock opera with music by Andrew Llyod Wbber and lyrics by Tim Rice.  Focusing on the character of Judas, by Ali Watson, the sung-through musical has sprinkles of the 1970s as well. In this production directed by Richard Berg, the title

Preview: Cabaret – Tomo Suru Players

Hello, Players! Midterms are here, there’s SOMETHING due everyday, the school is going to sink if it continues to rain like this. Soooooooooo, why not procrastinate by going to a show? Great idea. Good job, me! (high-fives myself) Jokes aside, don’t miss your chance to see Cabaret presented by Tomo Suru Players! Cabaret is a

Review: Little Shop of Horrors

Jessica Kim This iconic B horror cult musical, Little Shop of Horrors, lyrics by Howard Ashman and music by Alan Menken (who later goes on to write Disney songs) is directed by Matthew Davenport in the community production by Vagabond Players. Seymour is living his miserable life working at a florist threatening to go bankrupt