Our final show of the 2013-2014 season is What I Did Last Summer by A.R. Gurney. It’s a delightful “coming of age” tale set in 1945. It tells the story of Charlie, a teenager spending the summer with family and friends at a beach house in the Niagara Peninsula. What I Did Last Summer runs […]
Vancouverscape’s reviewer Michael Pigeon saw The Mikado and says, “If you’re a Gilbert and Sullivan fan, this Metro Theatre production is worth catching, and if you’ve never experienced a Gilbert and Sullivan operetta, this is a great opportunity to see what you’ve been missing.”
In his review of The Mikado, Ed Farolan says, “Under the direction of Alison Schamberger, the acting and singing was superb, the musical direction under Spencer Bach was fabulous, and the choreography by Dawn Ewen was marvelous.”
Diane Chow reviews The Mikado and calls it “a love merry-go-round that will make your head spin and your body shake with laughter.”
This comic opera by Gilbert and Sullivan has been a crowd-pleaser since 1885, and is on stage here April 5 to May 3.
Vancouver Courier’s Cheryl Rossi interviewed two long-time Metro Theatre supporters, and they talked about our efforts to create a bright future in South Vancouver’s Marpole neighbourhood.
Ray Cooney and John Chapman’s brilliant comedy about a wedding day gone astray is on stage now through March 22. Check out details here…
Jerry Wasserman wrote a great article in The Province about Metro and our production of Deathtrap. Without revealing all the twists and turns, he says, “There will be blood, corpses, a gasp or two, thunder and lightning, and some laughs.”
We’re accepting proposals for theatre rentals and co-productions in the 2014-2015 season.
Billed as a “thriller about a playwright who enlists help of gifted amateur,” Deathtrap by Ira Levin offers more than just your basic thriller. It’s got everything you need for a great night at the theatre: drama, mystery, romance, intrigue, humour, sentiment, a strong story-line, great characters, and even one psychic who lives next door. […]