Almost 26 years ago, Gene Roddenberry premiered the Holodeck in the pilot episode of Star Trek: The Next Generation.
Pandit Jasraj School of Music presents, The Living Legend, Pandit Jasraj, a Hindustani classical vocal concert, accompanied by Tripti Mukherjee on vocals and Samir Chatterjee on tabla, at the Michael J. Fox Theatre, 7373 MacPherson Ave. at 7 p.m. Tickets are $35, $50, $65. Info, 604-879-8319.
The Burnaby Lyric Opera will present its final show of the season on Sunday with highlights from Gaetano Donizetti's comic opera, Don Pasquale.
Gordon Grdina will play six of the 11 nights of the Vancouver International Jazz Festival, June 21 to July 1, in four different groups.
An opening reception for Reclamation, the latest art exhibition at Deep Cove's Artemis Gallery, was held Friday. A full house of art lovers were in attendance, interested in taking in the sights and sounds of the multimedia group show featuring sculptural works by Susan MacDonald and son Eric, photographs by North Shore News photographer Mike Wakefield and a soundscape by singer-songwriter J. Knutson. Reclamation turns an eye on our industrial legacy, and was inspired by North Vancouver's working waterfront, including the area's shipbuilding history. A Solstice Celebration of Art and Sound, featuring a performance by Knutson, is being held at the gallery Friday, June 21, from 7 to 9 p.m. The show will remain on display until July 1. Info: artemisgallery.ca.
Young actors and actresses ages nine to 16 are invited to join a workshop series hosted by the Vagabond Players and Wild Child Theatre this summer.
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Thespians with Emerald Pig Theatrical Society don't have time to bask in the glow of victory from last month's regional theatre competitions.
Party in the Park (PITP) hits downtown Chilliwack soon, and organizers can be sure there will be close attention paid to how much local entertainment is included.
It's time again for Arts at Darts, an annual event at Darts Hill Garden Park in South Surrey. The site will be alive tonight (Tuesday, June 18) with musicians, actors and dancers, along with displays of a wide range of artworks, from 6 to 9 p.m.
This week's question Do you think the musical talent performing at Party in the Park should be local?
- Strangelove's Weegee / Zhang Yaxin: Model Operas. Presentation House Gallery. Opening reception tonight at 7 p.m. For more information on the exhibit visit presentationhousegallery.org.
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Les Misérables, June 1223 at the Queen Elizabeth Theatre, Vancouver. Tickets available at ticketmaster.ca or 1-866-542-7469.
The lineup of artists performing at the PNE's Summer Nights Concerts series literally has something for everyone, especially those who can remember the lyrics to "Sur-fin' USA."
Letizia Dotto lives to dance. The 14-year-old New Westminster resident has been practising her pliés and pirouettes nearly every day since she was seven. When she's not at Boswell Dance Academy training with her teacher, she's in her basement home studio practising her technique or reading about classical ballet in books and watching professional dancers on YouTube. She takes high school courses online so she can dance on weekdays and on weekends she dances some more. Letizia doesn't hesitate when asked about her career aspirations.
- This is the End. Written and directed by Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg. Starring James Franco, Seth Rogen and Jay Baruchel.
The first test screening of Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb was to have taken place on Nov. 22, 1963 but the assassination of President John F. Kennedy on that date pushed back the official release of the film to Jan.
FOR r&b singer Sarah K bullying was a part of her life as a teenager.