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The Theatre of Music

Music of the Night:

The Concert Tour

This celebration of Andrew Lloyd Webber's 70th birthday will include all his most iconic theatrical music.  The tour will be visiting 18 BC cites In June and September of 2019.  We hope to see you there!

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Berlin:  The Last Cabaret

In Development

This co-production with City Opera Vancouver is set to premiere in January of 2020 and will focus on the satirical and political music found in the cabarets of Berlin between the two Great Wars.
Performances will be at Performance Works in Vancouver, January 23-26, 2020.

Angel's Bone

In Development

This 2017 Pulizer Prize winning opera by composer  Du Yun and Canadian librettist Royce Vavrek is planned to make its Canadian debut in 2020/21 with Sound the Alarm:  Music/Theatre and co-producer re:Naissance Opera.  

Acis + Galatea

G.F. Handel

Presented in September 2017, this co-production with re:Naissance Opera was named one of "Vancouver's Best Operas of 2017"
Directed by Alan Corbishley

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Dragging Piaf

A Cinematic Theatrical Concert

This cinematic concert in 2014 and 2016 featured the music of Edith Piaf, performed by Frederik Robert, and integrated an accompanied silent film about a Vancouver drag queen whose alter ego resembled the life of the iconic French chanteuse.

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Acis + Galatea, 2017

Named "Vancouver's Best Opera"

 "...this retelling of Handel’s story was refreshing, making perfect sense of music and libretto, doing a fine job of presenting them, and introducing a concept of the opera more dramatically compelling than the original."

Webley aWaits, 2012

"Comedy walked - OK, staggered at times - arm in arm with tragedy... The front seat? That was Kris Ruston driving the energy from behind the grille of an '80s Ford pickup, part of a junk-strewn set that included a kitchen-utensil rhythm section.

Mike Youds, The Daily News

Dragging Piaf, 2016

"On its own, ninety minutes of Frederik Robert’s singing could’ve been interesting and fully entertaining … I was excited to see if the silent film could use the urgency and intensity of Robert’s live voice to spin a powerful narrative… And it did."

Satie de Paris, 2009

"Satie de Paris was poetry on stage!"

Mike Youds, The Daily News

We would like to thank our supporters!

It is with great honour that we have received funding support
from the following organizations.

Vancouver Foundation

Various Grants

In support of
Angel's Bone ('18)
Acis + Galatea ('17)
Sign & Flow ('15)

of BC

Community Gaming 

Yearly support towards our Performance Programming

Creative BC/
Amplify BC

Live Music Grant

In support of our BC Concert Tour 2019

BC Arts Council

Various Grants

In support of
Acis + Galatea
Sign & Flow
Canadian Cabaret I, II, III
Satie de Paris