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Review: Arleen Paré’s “The Girls with Stone Faces”

It is a challenging feat to find the words to describe poetry as inspired as Arleen Paré’s. Her work defies description; it wants to be read, not explained. Paré holds the English language in her hand and wraps it around her reader with a profound kindness. Reading her work feels like coming home.
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Review: Bitch Planet’s brash, in-your-face feminism is what dystopian lit needed
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Review: Bitch Planet’s brash, in-your-face feminism is what dystopian lit needed

If you thought writer Kelly Sue DeConnick’s take on Captain Marvel was “too feminist,” Bitch Planet is going to give you an ulcer.
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Review: Atomic Vaudeville’s “The Rocky Horror Show LIVE”
2 months ago

Review: Atomic Vaudeville’s “The Rocky Horror Show LIVE”

Richard O’Brien’s rambunctious, unruly, bawdy cult-favourite The Rocky Horror Show returns to the Metro Studio Theatre this fall under the deft and assured direction of Britt Small.
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TD Victoria International JazzFest: An Evening With Pink Martini

The exciting 12-piece group Pink Martini performs everything from swinging Afro-Cuban rhythms, Parisian café tunes, Caribbean calypso, and Hollywood golden-era string arrangements. Formed in 1994, this Portland-based “little orchestra” is led by pianist Thomas Lauderdale and fronted by vocalist China Forbes. Their sophisticated and multi-lingual performances have enthralled critics and audiences alike: The Times UK called them “one of the world’s most elegant live bands,” and JazzTimes wrote that “Pink Martini’s live show conjures a fantasy of ageless glamour.” They have performed in numerous sold-out concerts around the world, including four at Carnegie Hall, four at the Los Angeles Philharmonic’s Walt Disney Concert Hall, and two at Paris’ legendary L’Olympia Theatre. The group’s eighth studio album, Dream a Little Dream, follows up a series of critically acclaimed releases that started with their 1997 album Sympathique, which earned them “Song of the Year” and “Best New Artist” nominations in France’s Victoires de la Musique Awards. Do not miss their return to TD JazzFest for the first time since 2008!
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The Queer Sentence

Readings and panel discussion with Shani Mootoo, Betsy Warland, Ali Blythe, Jane Byers and Leah Horlick. Hosted by Chris Fox.
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ManScape!

This year for the month of Love, Rosie Bitts has decided to give herself a gift—actually, 6 of them. She has brought together her favourite male performers from across North America for her…ahem…your viewing pleasure.
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Look Mummy, I’m Dancing

‘Look Mummy, I’m Dancing’ is the extraordinary true story of 64-year-old Belgian theatre artist Vanessa van Durme. It is the candid and honest account of her life that started as a little boy and the journey she underwent as one of the pioneering transsexuals of her time. Vanessa tackles prejudice head-on in this hilarious and touching show about staying true to yourself against all odds.

You can read more about it here: http://www.intrepidtheatre.com/shows/2413-2/

On Jan 26, Metro Studio (Quadra at Johnson)
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Ruby Entertainments and Events

Victoria’s only Woman owned and operated entertainment company catering exclusively to Stags, Stagettes, Birthdays and more! LGTB friendly Exotic dancers, Burlesque babes and Boy-lesque performers!
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