HUMAN INTEREST STORY

If you’re not up to date on your contemporary dance, there are a couple of companies worth checking out. One of the most exciting is … Read more

BELONG & ID

It’s said that the Inuit people have over 100 words for ‘snow.’ This elemental part of their culture requires a myriad of different words to … Read more

ALEKSANDER AND THE ROBOT MAID

Chekhov meets robots. Sure, it may not seem like an obvious way to describe a kid’s play, but this new production promises to be a … Read more

WITHIN/WITHOUT

Only a few years ago, the Phillipines had their own Arnold Schwarzenegger moment, electing their highest rating film star to President of the country. A … Read more

PICTURES OF BRIGHT LIGHTS

A mother and daughter live in a dark cycle of homework and flowers and cake baking. Strangled by the constrictions of her mother, the young … Read more

THE DISAPPEARANCES PROJECT

Each year 1,600 people are listed as long-term missing persons. Some might walk to the store, go out for a drink, or leave for work … Read more

HOT TIX: ORANGE FLOWER WATER

As the writer of Six Feet Under, Lost and Brothers and Sisters, Craig Wright has created some of television’s best television. His honest … Read more

STICKS & STONES

A man awakens to find himself in a waiting room with no doors, and no memory of how he arrived there. His ocker cellmate clearly … Read more

EDGE OF ELSEWHERE

As you enter 4A Gallery near Central Station, a flashing screen asks, “Are you sick and tired of being Chinatown-ish?”. So begins Edge of Elsewhere… Read more

THEATRE: BOUGANVILLE PHOTOPLAY PROJECT

Documentary meets theatre in this innovative production about the conflict in Bougainville, a son’s search for the truth about his father, and the power of … Read more