Lincoln Kaye

Lincoln Kaye is Vancouver Observer's Senior Correspondent for Culture and
Features. In half a century of reporting, he has served as a magazine correspondent in Asia, a food and travel writer, a music, film and theatre critic and – latterly – a forest fire lookout.

"Cousins from afar"

PuSh finale: Australia's Black Arm Band brings aboriginal "Dirt Song" to QE

Love's long since cancell'd woe

Ruby Slippers translates Alzheimer's drama to Richmond's Gateway stage

Police procedural in a palimpsest

Upintheair Theatre brings "The City and the City" to the city. Noire futurology @ PuShFest.

Last Van stand for 'The Best Show Ever'

Five more weeks until Cavalia pulls up its tent and steals away -- permanently.

Smith-Gilmour's Yoknapathognomy

PuSh and ArtsClub bring 'physical theatre' rendering of Faulkner's "As I Lay Dying" to BMO stage

Footloose with the Flippant Flâneur

Photo pilgrim Volker Gerling's retro animation FX regale PuShFest crowd @ York

Les Trocks dance in T-Day at QE

Tutus and toe shoes for Vancouver's Unnaugural Ball

Bookleggers trump kakistocrats in Tiago Rodrigues' "By Heart"

Portugal's Tiago Rodrigues sings the body eidetic for PuSh Fest

"Macbeth" meets "Heart of Darkness"

PuSh and Van Opera crowd greet Afro take on Verdi score

Tintinabulating trash rocks QE crowd

STOMP ensemble treats Greenest City to Mother of All Recycling Days
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