Ed studied Philosophy and Letters in the late 60s at the University of Madrid, and later did graduate work in Hispanic Studies at the University of Toronto. Afterwards, he specialized in Theatre and Media in the United States, and went on to do some professional acting for stage and screen. He also wrote stage as well as screen plays, and acted in both film and stage. In 1985, he founded the Montreal Experimental Theatre and then the following year, moved to Vancouver . He developed a Theatre Programme for the Langley School District in 1987, and later taught Acting at the VCC Langara and Downtown campuses. His one-act play, The Caged Dream, was produced at the Vancouver Fringe in 1993 by the Vancouver Experimental Theatre, and the following year, he directed Elmer Wiens' Critical Paths also for the Fringe. His collection of plays, Hexalogia Teatral, was published in Spain in 2011.
recent reviews Firestarter (Film) | Children’s Theatre of Richmond: CATS | Theatre under the Stars: We Will Rock You | Bard on the Beach: Harlem Duet | Broadway Across Canada: Hamilton | DOXA Documentary Film Festival | Vancouver Opera: Cavalleria Rusticana | Gateway Theatre: In Wonderland |
recent reviews Bard on the Beach: A Midsummer Night's Dream | Vancouver Opera: HMS Pinafore | United Players: A Public Reading: The Death of Walt Disney | United Players: Amphitruo | Bard on the Beach: Done/Undone | United Players: The Here and This and Now | musica intima: the beginning of the song | Vancouver Opera: La Voix Humaine | Vancouver Symphony Orchestra: Carnival of the Animals | Vancouver Opera: The Music Shop
recent reviews Geekenders: Kill The Ripper | Theatre Replacement: Alice in Wonderland | Ronnie Burkett: Forget Me Not | Winnipeg Comedy Quartet | Vancouver TheatreSports: Merry Kissmas: A Royal Romance | VSO: Rufus Wainwright in Concert | Nothing like a Dame (film)
Jason is a West Coast boy at heart, with salt flowing through his veins. Growing up on Vancouver Island, when he wasn't writing short stories and making radio plays as a kid he was skipping rocks at the beach or biking with the bears. A writer and creative at heart, he recently took on a book project highlighting wood architecture and design in British Columbia, a passion project of his decades-long career in marketing and communications. He often forgets that he earned a master’s degree from Syracuse’s Newhouse School of Public Communications that he will one day get around to hanging on his wall. When he’s not working, he dabbles in comedy writing, stand-up, photography and is always keen to take in arts and culture throughout the city. He enjoys bike rides along the sea wall, effortlessly dodging innocent tourists at every turn.
recent reviews The Cultch: Little Red Warrior and his Lawyer
recent reviews DanceHouse: Winter Guests Story, Story, Die | DanceHouse: Bodytraffic-Mixed Repertoire | Pacific Theatre: How the World Began | Discover Dance: All Bodies Dance Project | Touchstone Theatre: Ominous Sounds at the River Crossing | The Biting School: Melon Piece + Blue Space | The Dance Centre: Ne.Sans Opera and Dance | PuSh Festival: La Goddam Voie Lactée
Ross Michael Pink enjoys the artistic adventure, particularly books, ballet, film and symphony. Ross has authored two books on the environment and wrote, directed a TV documentary with the NFB that was broadcast in 7 countries, Ross has reviewed with pleasure over 50 arts events for reviewVancouver.
BC: What If | VSO: Jane
Coop plays Mozart | VSO:
Bernstein, Shostakovich | DanceHouse:
Kidd Pivot’s Revisor | Ballet
BC: Reveal+Tell | An
Interview with Tom Locke | Ballet
BC: Unfold+Give | An
Interview with Jessica Jone | An
Interview with Chan Hon Goh | Dancing
on the Edge: Two | Wen Wei Dance
recent reviews Bard on the Beach: Romeo and Juliet | Theatre under the Stars: Something Rotten | Metro Theatre: Nunsense | Promethean Theatre: King Lear | Christmas with Chor Leoni | Promethean Theatre: King Lear | Chutzpah: Ophira Eisenberg