2020 – 2022 Shows
The COVID Years

Stag and Doe Ticket

Stag and Doe

May 14 – 29, 2022

   This is NOT some kind of combined bachelor and bachelorette party. A stag and doe is a party to raise funds for the couple about to be married. Usually everyone they know is invited. They buy tickets to attend, buy drinks at the bar or participate in activities. It helps the new couple begin marriage with reduced debts.

Murder by Misadventure Ticket

Murder by Misadventure

Apr 9 – 24, 2022

   What happens when two writers who have worked together for years start to hate each other?

Nunsense Ticket


Mar 11 – 27, 2022

   “We wanted to present this hilarious production at a time when theatregoers felt more comfortable in an intimate setting like the Metro Theatre, especially since the production involves audience interactions.”

Happy Brthday Ticket

Happy Birthday

Feb 12 – 27, 2022

   “ This is not your typical show about men behaving badly – the women are just as dynamic and calculating as their counterparts. Everyone has their own agenda, leaving many guessing, smiling and wondering how this Birthday could possibly end. ”

Snow White Ticket

Snow White

Dec 3 – Jan 3, 2022

   Snow White is brought to life in true pantomime style, refreshed and enriched with laugh upon laugh! This fantastical tale of our hero Snow White, takes us through the enchanted forest, where we will meet her step-mother, the Evil Queen, The Magic Mirror, and an odd selection of dwarfs. 

ODD COUPLE Performance Ticket

The Odd Couple

Oct 30 – Nov 14, 2021

   The Odd Couple is considered by many as one of the finest stage comedies ever written. Felix and Oscar, are as different as chalk and cheese. Neither of them are quite sure why their marriages fell apart. They move in together to save money for alimony and suddenly discover they’re having the same conflicts and fights they had in their marriages. Neil Simon’s comedy brilliance wins us early. And carries us throughout .  

Steel Magnolias


Sep 25 – Oct 10, 2021

Steel Magnolias is a powerful story about the healing nature of friendship — a poignant and timely message for those who are still feeling the costly effects of the COVID-19 pandemic.” says actor and co-producer Lalainia Lindbjerg, who plays the matriarchal role of M’Lynn. “We all have an intrinsic need for deep, interconnected friendships; humans were never meant to live our lives alone! However, the restrictive social isolation that was imposed in the past 18 months has brought the mental health and well-being of Canadians to an all-time low. It is time that we come back together and celebrate community. Celebrate what we previously took for granted – a deep sense of belonging, togetherness.”

A Christmas Carol The Radio Play Dec 10 to Jan 3

Metro’s First Virtual Video Show

The digital stream went live Dec 21st, 2020 at 2 pm through Jan 3rd, 2021.

   Metro Theatre  was thrilled to present A Christmas Carol – The Radio Play as the Holiday show that season. After 35 years of continuous performances, our Annual Traditional Christmas Pantomime was cancelled due to COVID-19.  In its stead , Metro Theatre pivoted by presenting –  A Christmas Carol – The Radio Play  an original work by writer Erik Gow (Based on the Charles Dickens novel).