"This was a truly special concert. Seeing the Tapestry children's choir open the show with the Vancouver Chamber Choir was lovely. The wall of sound during the opening and closing songs of Carmina"... (read full reviews)
"Tim is hilarious and his piano playing is truly amazing, that in itself is a show. He plays to the crowd in his stand up which is a lot of storytelling and just keeps the show going so well. Rather"... (read full reviews)
"We two Lhassa fans brought a friend who had never heard her music, and all three of us were blown away by the show. It was a wonderful homage to a beautiful human.
And being at the Chan Centre, the"... (read full reviews)
"Absolutely fabulous! This is the second time I've seen this play and was not disappointed at all (as is often the case since I first saw it in Petrolia many years ago and may have built it up in my"... (read full reviews)
"What an absolute delight "Fraulein Maria" is! If you missed it, I feel very sorry for you. Go see it at all costs. Charming choreography executed with much virtuosity. Doug has a real talent for"... (read full reviews)
For a fifty year old guy this was a long and waiting time to cherish.
For many years that I can recall, the trip to Cleveland to see the Rock and Roll of Fame
was worth the wait. From"... (read full reviews)
"The choice of the program and the quality of the rendition were both remarkable! Daniel Taylor's personal warmth and professional standards were fully reflected in the quality of the music. WHAT AN"... (read full reviews)
"4 actors = 150 characters = phenomenally funny. Fast paced. Hilarious. Actors embraced their many characters. Some improv, some playing off the audience and many types of theatrical methods and"... (read full reviews)
"when he first started I thought "he's not as good as he used to be" but then as soon as he got the old "we are the world" out of the way, he became amazing. Except for the first number I loved every"... (read full reviews)
"I was enjoying the play and then there was a "shocking twist" around the halfway point. Like Edward Hibbert said: "I didn't see THAT coming!"
Then the play took off.
To summarize, it was"... (read full reviews)