As patrons scurried among the aisles and claimed their seats, the muted cry of a loon echoed through the theatre, calling attention to Catherine Hahn’s set design, which transformed the Belfry’s main stage into the shingled slope of Pelajia Patchnose’s (Tantoo Cardinal) roof.
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At once touching and disturbing, Wallflowers spans a diverse range of narrative forms: some stories are told through letters, others are told backwards, but all maintain an elegance and precision of language that is haunting to the literary reader.
Since May, artist-in-residence Aubrey Burke has transformed this cozy space into a hub for sharing personal narratives, oral histories, and contemporary mythologies from the Greater Victoria community.
UVic president Jamie Cassels and Ocean Networks Canada (ONC) president Dr. Kate Moran met with Prime Minister Stephen Harper and other key government officials this August as part of Harper’s ninth annual Northern Tour.
This fall, Bard & Banker welcomes readers to join long-time Victoria-based journalist Alicia Priest at the launch of her first book, A Rock Fell on the Moon: Dad and the Great Yukon Silver Ore Heist.
B.C. grizzlies are on the move, according to new research by UVic PhD candidate Christina Service, who has been monitoring the range expansion of grizzly bears along with the Spirit Bear Research Foundation and Raincoast Conservation Foundation since 2011. Once thought to exist only on the mainland, Service found evidence of grizzly bears on 10… Read more »
The Belfry has gone gangsta for its summer production of The Bomb-itty of Errors, which re-imagines Shakespeare’s Comedy of Errors with hip-hop bite, fusing novel rap beats with the bard’s original iambic pentameter. The bawdy, extroverted production, which was staged in Vancouver two years ago with the same dynamic quintet (Brian Cochrane, David Kaye, Niko… Read more »
Catch Marc Camoletti’s Boeing Boeing at the Langham Court Theatre to satisfy your wanderlust.