Rhiannon Collett

“I love theatre because of its immediacy, because of its intensity, because of its capacity for things to go wrong. There’s just something about the…


Being Self-ish

Discorder talks teamwork, representation, and the pros and cons of boxes with the creatives behind one-woman Fringe show Self-ish


UBC Theatre: Wives and Daughters this November!

Based on Elizabeth Gaskell’s 1860’s serial novel and adapted by UBC Theatre and Film Professor Jacqueline Firkins, Wives and Daughters tells the story of seventeen year old Molly, the daughter of…


Rickshaw Theatre

Attending a show at the Rickshaw Theatre is a very unique experience. Right from the entrance, the venue feels comfortable. The staff out front seem…


Review: The Romans in Britain

  Ensemble Theatre Company debuted their 4th annual summer repertory festival last Thursday, July 14th, at the Jericho Arts Centre. With three intense dramatic works…