Established in 1984 by a group of actors who wanted to establish a non-propagandist professional theatre where they would be free to explore work having particular meaning to them as Christians, Pacific Theatre moved into its current home at Hemlock & 12th on October 14, 1994. Right in the heart of Vancouver, the new space features Vancouver’s only 128-seat alley-style theatre and is located in the historical Chalmers Heritage Building (now owned by Holy Trinity Anglican Church).
Bard on the Beach is Western Canada’s largest annual Shakespeare Festival. Operating since 1990, we currently produce four professional Shakespeare productions in two open-backed tents, overlooking English Bay and the North Shore mountains. Our mandate is to provide high quality, affordable, accessible Shakespeare productions.
Incorporated in 1972, The Cinematheque is one of Vancouver’s most established non-profit arts organizations, and one of North America’s most active film institutes. Dedicated to advancing the understanding and appreciation of cinema and moving images as art, and to fostering critical media literacy, The Cinematheque offers a wide variety of high quality and innovative public film programs and services, including an extensive program of year-round screenings (500+ annually) devoted to historic and contemporary Canadian and international cinema; a number of nationally r
The Gateway Theatre is a welcoming and inclusive regional theatre for Richmond and its surrounding communities. Encouraging participation and cultural diversity, we strive for excellence and leadership in the development and production of live professional theatre and programs that connect the community. The Gateway Theatre programs include: Main Stage and New Play productions, Scene First, the Academy, Volunteer program, Special Events, Rentals, Mentorship and Outreach.
Bard on the Beach is Western Canada’s largest annual Shakespeare Festival. Now entering our 24th Season, we produce four professional productions annually in two large open-backed tents in Vanier Park.
Theatre Under the Stars (TUTS) is a not for profit society that entertains families through popular musical theatre shows while providing a vibrant outlet and training ground to develop amateur performers and technicians both young and old. TUTS values an atmosphere of inclusion and mentorship in order to build strong character and to promote positive values.
The Maple Ridge Pitt Meadows Arts Council operates of The ACT Arts Centre & Theatre and services the region providing arts programs, educational programs, live performances, exhibitions and special events. The Maple Ridge Pitt Meadows Arts Council is a not-for-profit society dedicated to “Bringing Arts to the Heart of our Community”.
The Firehall Theatre Society/Firehall Arts Centre is a not-for-profit charitable organization whose mandate is to produce and present theatre, dance and inter-disciplinary works that engage the soul, stimulate the mind, entertain the spirit and reflect the cultural pluralism of Canada. Now in its 30th season, the Firehall Arts Centre houses a 136 to 175 seat flexible theatre which produces and presents its own season, as well as functioning as an active rental venue for many local artists and arts organizations. The Firehall is a conscient