Don Glossop directs a fine international cast for Metro including Alice Howell (New Zealand), Melanie Presoton (Montreal, New York and Israel), James Behenna (Moose Jaw) and Harry Seddon (Southampton England).
I`ve fondly enjoyed Metro`s shows through the 15 years we`ve been reviewing their shows,
Director, Catherine Morrison begins rehearsal for “Lend Me a Tenor” with a cast of Metro favorites including Ryan Mooney, plus a few new faces.
The plot revolves around 2 couples who have one thing in common, every member of the foursome, finishes the others thoughts, seldom getting it right. Throw in a small amount of subterfuge on behalf of 2 of the members and the resulting confusion makes for a terrific evening of theatre.
METRO OPENS THEIR 50TH SEASON WITH A BANG: RELATIVELY SPEAKING
EMMA Adapted by Michael Bloom Meet Emma – one of Jane Austen’s best known and most loved heroines. Director Joan Bryans has assembled a top flight cast and crew to bring the story of this spoiled, mischevious and exceedingly clever young woman (played by Leala Selina) to the stage as she spends her time and […]
Metro Theatre is proud to announce a season with something for everyone! (more…)
It was fun watching all the tots and adults react to this panto written and co-directed by Johnny Duncan who has been doing this since time immemorial. (more…)
On a snowy night, Inspector Ruffing (John Cousins) becomes a castaway on an island of female deception where he must investigate the headlong plunge of Patrick Roarke down the main staircase. (more…)