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Trip to India inspires print work

It was a trip to India to study Ashtanga yoga that piqued Colette Lisoway's interest in print making.

Theatrix takes on emotionally charged musical

Most musicals are of the upbeat variety, choked full with feel-good dance numbers and whimsical banter. Next to Normal is not like most musicals.

PoCo actor in The Mikado

Port Coquitlam actor Helen Volkow will appear in the Fraser Valley Gilbert &?Sullivan Society's 30th anniversary production of The Mikado .

Five Tri-City kids in CirKids show

Coquitlam's Danika Revesz (at right) is one of five Tri-City residents taking part in the CircusWest production of Blue Sky Circus, which runs May 10 to 13 at the PNE Gardens in Vancouver.

Have tea and paint with Mom on Mother's Day

Port Coquitlam will host a Mother's Day tea and fabric painting workshop on May 13. But the deadline to register closes Tuesday, May 8. Participants will see artist and retired elementary teacher Donna Polos create a floral fabric art keepsake.

The Cat in the Hat is back

A shley Freeborn has no qualms when she speaks about the latest production she's directing at Gleneagle secondary.

SFU pipers take Manhattan

Several Tri-City residents with the SFU Pipe Band are in the Big Apple this week to play Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts.

danceLAB students to star in Hansel and Gretel

Sixteen students with a Coquitlam dance studio will perform in Hansel and Gretel this weekend.

Art Focus fetes May Days

It was an event at Port Coquitlam's Carnoustie golf course that got the ball rolling.

Midsummer at its Best

T he Best Players are asking audience-goers to suspend disbelief - albeit for a couple hours - and enter into a enchanted forest filled with young Athenian lovers, amateur actors and fairies. Starting tonight (Wednesday), Coquitlam's Dr.
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