On the 5th anniversary of Club PuSh,we ask Club artists five questions.
Tanya Marquardt has worked with various forms including theatre, dance, site-specific installation, performance art, noise music and poetry. In mixing forms she finds something new and unexpected, something that she wants to share with her community, colleagues and friends.Read More
Club PuSh opens tonight — the fifth program of new performance that thrives in a bar environment — as part of the PuSh International Performing Arts Festival, which celebrates its 10th anniversary this year.
PuSh has made a lot happen in a decade, growing from a trio of presentations in 2004 drawing an audience in the hundreds to a program of 30, including those at the Club in 2014. Last year, PuSh attendance hit 34,000.Read More
If you have been following Progress Lab's Obstructions series, you've had a taste of the companies in Progress Lab at their craftiest. Over a one-year period, a group of Vancouver theatre companies challenge each other to create work built around custom-designed limitations. The result is unlike anything you’ve seen from that company before.
On July 28, following a performance of Radix's farcical feast in carrot kingdom at PL1422, Tim Carlson took the hotseat and received Theatre Conspiracy’s obstructions with measured calm.
Conspiracy must now devise a theatre piece that meets the following criteria:Read More