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Reported by Tony Su Go Back For Murder, Metro Theatre’s upcoming production is a murder mystery that reminds audience that the accused are innocent until proven guilty. The play written in 1960 by Agatha Christie is an adaptation of her novel, Five Little Pigs, and will hit the theatre’s stage on March 21. It is about a […]
Director: Joe Hinks All the intrigue of classic Agatha Christie….a disturbing family secret, “skeletons” in the closet, interesting suspects, red herrings, and long held secrets. Performance Dates: March 21-April 18 2015 Wed, Thurs, Fri, & Sat at 8 pm Matinees Sun Mar 29 & Apr 12 at 2 pm Following an admission of innocence, Carla […]
Metro Theatre was pleased to host veteran reviewer Ed Farolan at Sunday’s Matinee performance of Go Back For Murder. “…….Although I am not at this point to say whodunit, I never guessed till the end who the murderer was. Probably because the motivation wasn’t very clear, and so I must say that this isn’t one […]
Agatha Christie’s GO BACK FOR MURDER CAST SACHI LOVATT as: Caroline Crale/Carla Le Marchant: Mother of Carla, wife of the victim/Daughter trying to clear her mother’s name. KEVIN IBBOTSON as: Justin Fogg: The Lawyer trying to help Carla find peace. JAMES SIROIS as: Amyas Crale: The victim, an artist, murdered sixteen years ago. (more…)
Voice Editors Shannon Lynch and Natasha Chang spoke with board member and director Joe Hinks about the history and future of Metro Theatre. You can read the full story here: Langara Voice Video Metro Theatre
Gavin LeClaire plays the infamous Mr. Darcy. He talks about his role in Pride and Prejudice in the short video below.
Pride and Prejudice gets a Modern Makeover Reported by Mona Butler The Metropolitan Theatre Cooperative Society is running a uniquely modern staging of Jane Austen’s classic novel, Pride and Prejudice. While audiences familiar with the novel might expect a subdued period piece, director Joan Bryans explained that the production is stylized to suit the attention […]
Chelsea Turner, plays Elizabeth Bennet in Pride & Prejudice. She talks about the universal theme of the Jane Austen’s work in this short video.
It is not as easy as it looks! Listen to Pride & Prejudice Choreographer Frances Herzer describe a few of the elements involved.