Home Between Crossings

Author Sultan Somjee
Paperback 644 pages
Publisher CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform; 1 edition (November 23, 2016)
Language English

Reviewer Christian Steckler

.......the continuing story of Sakina, known as Moti Bai, in Sultan Somjee’s Home Between Crossings, a sequel to his first enchanting novel, Bead Bai. The books trace the life of an Ismaili girl, then woman, living in Kenya before and during the tumultuous years of transition from British rule to independence under Kenyatta. Full review


JFL NorthWest in Association with Sirius XM
Trevor Noah in Stand Up

Dates and Venue Thursday, February 23, 2017 at 7pm & 9:30pm | Queen Elizabeth Theatreevor Noah

Reviewer Maria Figueiredo

Trevor Noah comes onto the stage as the crowd cheers and claps. The audience appreciates his taking a break from his regular job of hosting the Daily Show. He is casual and hilarious. Full review




Dates and Venue January 29 – March 5, 2017, 7.30pm, Extra 2pm shows on Sat (2pm matineeon Sundays – no evening show) | Under the White Big Top at Olympic Village

Director & Choreography Wayne Fowkes Set Design Guillaume Lord Costume Design Michele Hamel & Goerges Levesque Lighting Design Alain Lortie

Reviewer John Jane

Cavalia has gone all out to make Odysseo a success. There are around sixty horses representing about a dozen different breeds, nearly fifty human artists drawn together from United States, Canada, Brazil, France, Belgium, Russia, Spain and even Guinea. Full review


photo: Pascal Ratthé

Reviewer Ed Farolan

What a show! This exciting equestrian extravaganza was a big wow for the opening night audience last January 31st! You could hear the ooohs and aaahs from young and old alike as acrobats, dancers, aerial artists together with magnificent horses and live music celebrated in magic and dreamlike fashion this fabulous spectacle. This is a show that "surpasses the world's greatest shows," according to Larry King. Full review

Théâtre la Seizième
Cuisine & Confessions by The 7 Fingers

Dates & Venue January 25 - 29, 2017, 8pm | Vancouver Playhouse

Reviewer Maria Figueiredo

Cuisine & Confessions was built on the real-life personal stories of each cast member. Shana Carroll and Sébastien Soldevila, in charge of the Creation and Staging of the performance began with extensive story-telling sessions and extracted facts, themes, and images which they wove throughout each act, all based on these real stories. Full review