Vancouver’s one-of-a-kind Theatre Under The Stars has revealed its two shows for this summer: Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Cinderella, and 42nd Street! Read more about the background and talent (including several friends of the VMTC) behind these great shows… plus there’s links to book your tickets!
This annual program allows children and teens from ages 8 to 18 to receive coaching by professional actors from Bard on the Beach, and perform some of Shakespeare’s most beloved works on the iconic stage under the white tents in Vanier Park.
The next generation of Vancouver actors shine in beloved theatre classics and an insightful original work.
A rare chance for Vancouver audiences to experience the first Broadway production penned by Lynn Ahrens and Stephen Flaherty, this show is colouful, touching and full of humor and heart.
This original, high-energy musical takes aim at child beauty pageants with knee-slapping, absurd humour – and an unscripted “pageant winner” each night!
Legally Blonde delivers an engaging message of equality and empowerment – a powerful punch delivered inside a pink velvet glove. It’s a deliriously delightful show full of toe-tapping tunes and fist-pumping moments from start to finish.
Vancouver’s vibrant musical theatre scene was honoured and celebrated last night, as the 14th annual OVATION Awards were handed out to the city’s best shows and performers in a ceremony that was full to the brim with laughter, hilarity and emotion.
A bright-hued, fun and cheeky tale of defying stereotypes while looking pretty in pink, “Legally Blonde” hits the stage this February!
Bring On Tomorrow Co. (BOTCo) and Kay Meek Centre offer a performance as cozy as a hearth fire for the holidays: Little Women, the musical adaption of Louisa May Alcott’s tale of four sisters, running Dec. 27 –30.
In “Worth the Weight”, Florence Reiher takes us on a journey into the abyss of anorexia – but we come out the other side with hope, just as she did. Along the way, she takes us down some of the dark pathways where this illness leads its sufferers. But there’s also more laughs than you might expect in a show that tackles such a serious subject.