One of our heroes chats with Michael Scholar Jr. about his dream of bringing Hard Core Logo to the stage. The show is coming to the Push Festival in 2011 and will rock the house down around your ears.
I have to admit to mixed feelings about KAMP, which is on at the Roundhouse as part of the ongoing PuSH Festival. While, I admire the technical wizardry of it all and the attention to detail, I’m afraid its purpose and what it adds to the world is one that leaves me unsure and, maybe, a bit uneasy.
The setting for The Passion of Joan of Arc, staged at Christ Church Cathedral on Burrard street, lent a aura of rarefied theatricality to this event.
Wow – it's supercool to enter the Roundhouse by the train exhibit and use that area as the lobby. I love it! However, another audience member said it was a problem since there were no public bathrooms... (A small price to pay, I think.)
There is in London a tourist trap called the London Dungeon. Amongst its most prized exhibits is something called the Jack the Ripper Experience.
First up, point of disclosure: I am SFU alumni with a soft spot for the School for Contemporary Art and was delighted to be part of the première production at the school’s new theatre in the Woodward’s complex.