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Catch The Wizard of Oz before it closes

Catch The Wizard of Oz before it closes

Musical theatre fans, do you have plans for tonight or Saturday? This weekend is your last chance to catch The Wizard of Oz at Michael J. Fox Theatre.

Cellist in the spotlight

A Burnaby music teacher is featured in an upcoming evening of poetry and music. Random Convergences, an evening of poetry and music, is set for Monday, Nov. 28 at 7 p.m. as part of the 27th annual Jewish Book Festival.

Burnaby talent on stage in holiday pantomime

Local performers are taking to the stage in a traditional holiday pantomime.
Burnaby dancer on the rise

Burnaby dancer on the rise

Kanae Akatsuka has travelled around the globe in pursuit of her love of dance. This fall, she landed in Burnaby to take a step towards her goal of a professional ballet career: dancing with the new Coastal City Ballet company.
Catch The Wizard of Oz in Burnaby

Catch The Wizard of Oz in Burnaby

Musical theatre fans, don't miss out. This week is your last chance to catch The Wizard of Oz at Michael J. Fox Theatre.

Takao Tanabe retrospective at Burnaby gallery

The work of a renowned B.C. painter is in the spotlight at Burnaby Art Gallery. A sweeping retrospective of work by Takao Tanabe opens at the gallery on Friday, Nov. 25 and runs until Jan. 22.

From life into dance

Humour, pathos and absurdity combine as Noam Gagnon takes to the stage at the Shadbolt Centre for the Arts. The choreographer and performer is onstage at the Shadbolt Nov.

Artist featured at Van Dop Gallery

A Burnaby artist is helping the Van Dop Gallery to usher in the Christmas season. The New Westminster art gallery is presenting its Spirit of the Season 2011 open house, featuring the Art of Gift Giving exhibition.

Dance show on stage at Shadbolt Centre

Humour, pathos and absurdity combine as Noam Gagnon takes to the stage at the Shadbolt Centre for the Arts. The choreographer and performer is onstage at the Shadbolt Nov.

Joan of Arc story onstage

Burnaby actors will be taking to the stage in the story of Joan of Arc, onstage at Douglas College. The Douglas College theatre and stagecraft departments are staging Jehanne of the Witches, running Nov. 12 to 19 at the Laura C.