Stuart Derdeyn, The Vancouver Sun

Stuart Derdeyn

The Vancouver Sun

Vancouver, BC, Canada

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Past articles by Stuart:

Cinesite Vancouver animates MGM's The Addams Family

Cinesite Vancouver offices’ head of lighting Laura Brousseau, production designer Patricia Atchison and CG supervisor Nate Barnard all worked on The Addams Family. → Read More

Concert announcement: Celine Dion Courage World Tour comes to Rogers Arena

Additional North America dates announced for Celine Dion Courage World Tour → Read More

Concert announcement: Celine Dion Courage World Tour comes to Rogers Arena

Additional North America dates announced for Celine Dion Courage World Tour. → Read More

Cirque du Soleil envisions the Mexico of imagination in Luzia

The new Mexican themed show from Cirque du Soleil features water and a dance tribute to The Beautiful Game. → Read More

VIFF Immersed showcases developments in virtual and augmented reality

VIFF Immersed is a special section of the Vancouver International Film Festival devoted to the VR/AR scene. → Read More

5 things to know about A Pill for Loneliness by City and Colour

Dallas Green returns with a new City and Colour album. → Read More

Schoolboy Q headlines hip hop heavy Winter Breakout 2019

Timbre Concerts and Crescendo 1 present the Winter Breakout 2019 event. → Read More

Transform: A Cabaret Festival features over 50 Indigenous and non-Indigenous performers

Cabaret festivals are popular the world over and now the Cultch is presenting on locally. → Read More

Feminist Live Reads tackles Some Like it Hot at VIFF Live

Vancouver actor Jewel Staite is one of the cast of the Feminist LIve Reads take on Some Like it Hot → Read More

Elton John forever the flashy raconteur who hasn't lost his beat

You want hits, you get hits. From the honky-tank vamp of the opener Bennie and the Jets to the powerhouse turn on Rocket Man. → Read More

Broadway Across Canada announces auditions for part in the musical Waitress

Auditions for the part of the young daughter Lulu in the musical Waitress are coming to Vancouver. → Read More

Overland brings minimalist 'dark, hard, driving' music to New Forms showcase

Jodie Cook, a.k.a. Overland, spins her distinct techno sounds at the 2019 New Forms Festival → Read More

Q&A: New artists, new genres infuse this year's New Forms Festival

There are some changes for this year’s event, which annually promotes Canadian and international artists engaging in multi-media explorations → Read More

5 things to know about Heavy Metal Rules by Steel Panther

Hard rock parody or reliable hair metal? Steel Panther balance the two on its fifth album. → Read More

Elton John says Farewell Yellow Brick Road on final tour

Sir Elton John bids live performing adieu on the Farewell Yellow Brick Road Tour. → Read More

111 Places in Vancouver book authors discuss how they put it together

Authors Dave Doroghy and Graeme Menzies had to look high and low for the right urinal. → Read More

At the top of her game, Carly Rae plays for her Dedicated fans in Ottawa on Monday

Carly Rae Jepsen Dedicated Tour When: Sept. 16, 7 p.m. Where: Bronson Centre, 211 Bronson Ave. Tickets and info: Carly Rae Jepsen can’t ever escape Call Me Maybe. Why would she want to? Most musicians will never see a song take top spot on singles charts in 47 countries and sell over 20 million […] → Read More

Rent choreographer Marlies Yearby still finds relevance in acclaimed musical

The rock ‘n’ roll musical about a year in the lives of seven struggling New York artists trying to make a go of it under the ever-present spectre of HIV/AIDS celebrates 20 years. → Read More

5 things to know about Beneath the Eyrie by Pixies

Indie rock legends Pixies relases its new studio album this week. → Read More

Scott Thompson's Buddy Cole Monologues addresses psychic fallout of AIDS era

Scott Thompson created the character of Buddy Cole for The Kids in the Hall but it has taken on its own life. → Read More