This kitty is our godson. Please help if you can!
The energetic, active, curious, and loving Spartacus has had a stroke of serious misfortune. About 6 months ago, we woke up to find him limping badly. We took him to see the vet, get x-rays, and try to figure out what was wrong. The diagnosis was inconclusive, and he was prescribed rest (not…
Day 357 | Wednesday, March 23, 2011
The House of YES by Point B Theatre, March 15-19, Havana Theatre (Taken with instagram)
In August, Shaun+Lindsay created props and set pieces for Somnambulist Production’s theatre adaptation of The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari. The run of the show at the Victoria Fringe Festival was a success, so they’re coming back for more! If you’re not trick-or-treating on Halloween night, why not check out the Here Be Monsters Festival on Granville Island?
Somnambulist Productions Presents:
THE CABINET OF DR.CALIGARI
…as part of the 2010 Here Be Monsters Festival
presented by Here Be Monsters
Based on the classic 1920’s German Expressionist Horror Film, THE CABINET OF DR.CALIGARI tells the tale of Caligari, a mad doctor who terrorizes a small town with his psychological experiment, the somnambulist Cesare. It is up to Franciz, a young medical student, to solve the mystery and save the one he loves.
Brought to life on stage by phantasmagoric stage pictures entwined in shadow play and visceral theatrics, THE CABINET OF DR.CALIGARI will have all asking the question: “How long will I live?”
Chris Cochrane *
Kevin Kraussler *
(* Appearing with permission from Canadaian Actor’s Equity Association)
Performance Works Theatre
Sunday Oct.31 @ 8pm
(as part of a Halloween double header with THE BONE HOUSE @ 9pm)
$12 (in costume)/$15 Nightly
OR $30 All Access Pass
Tickets Tonight Box Office: (604)684-2787
REVIEWS (from the 2010 Victoria International Fringe Festival)
**** FOUR STARS
“a truly unnerving stage production”
- The Times Colonist
***1/2 THREE PLUS ONE HALF STARS
“imaginatively adapted for the bare-bones stage”
- Monday Magazine
Blanket Gallery opened their new space last night with a well-attended inaugural group show at the top floor of the new downtown club, 560 Seymour.
Of note: Jeremy Hof’s new sculptural marvel, a glossy pyramid made entirely of paint, and a dynamic circular canvas painting by Neil Campbell, reminiscent of some work that he showed in the early 90s at Andrea Rosen Gallery in New York.
Congratulations, Sarah and Natalia !!!
Here are the deets:
Instant Coffee’s Light Bar Installation
*please note the gallery’s new address:
560 Seymour Street
Gallery: +604 709 6100