” there was the laughter and squeals of terror, just not the throwing myself into his arms or him wrapping his arms around me” “we were as an audience always wondering what would happen next, which is what a thriller is all about”
……just being excited to return to the warm embrace and comforts that is the Metro Theatre
I`ve fondly enjoyed Metro`s shows through the 15 years we`ve been reviewing their shows,
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.
Don Alexander of review Vancouver posted this review of Emma. (more…)
Ed Farolan, of reviewVancouver Director Dwayne Campbell did a superb job directing this Agatha thriller, as well as the set which he designed. The cast also did an ingenious task entertaining the matinee audience last Sunday with their odd characters, all suspects of a murder. But knowing Agatha Christie, the one least suspected always ends […]
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…)
Imagine watching all 37 William Shakespeare plays in 97 minutes. Now make your way to Metro Theatre and you’ll see just that. The Complete Works of WilliamShakespeare (Abridged) is a three-man show, whereby you are taken on a sped-up journey through the literary works of Mr. W.S.—from comedies, to tragedies and histories in between. (more…)