Vancouver TheatreSports™ (VTS) is pleased to present 2018 Year in Review from Wednesday, December 26 to Monday, December 31 at The Improv Centre on Granville Island. Tickets range in price from $10.75 to… Read more “Laugh Out the Old Year and Welcome the New with Vancouver TheatreSports’ 2018 Year in Review!”
The Daisy Theatre’s company of puppets has become a staple at the Cultch. Audiences love Ronnie Burkett’s special brand of humour and his incredible ability to turn… Read more “Review: The Daisy Theatre returns with Little Dickens for another hilarious night of improv”
This Christmas season, Vancouver TheatreSports has turned to Hallmark Christmas movies for comedic inspiration.
In Ronnie Burkett’s Little Dickens, the cast of The Daisy Theatre take on the beloved holiday classic, A Christmas Carol, in the merriest marionette mash-up ever.
Remember: there’s no place like Poco, there’s no place like Poco!
VTSL also has Scared Witless – Creepy Campfire Tales on Wednesday and Thursday nights, and WTF – What The Fright on Friday and Saturday late nights. Whether you want to check out a monster competition, a mockumentary, a ghost story, or a media-based show, there’s something for everyone this October.
Calgary-born, Vancouver-based Chris Griffin has established himself as one of comedy’s most dynamic storytellers. Coming from modest beginnings, Griffin’s work ethic and sheer determination created a self-made comfortable living by his mid-twenties.
On now, Vancouver TheatreSports League presents Back to School TheatreSports, the new feature show for September. This series lampoons classroom cliches and creates teams from the cliques you loved and hated. For this show, we had the jocks (Bill Pozzobon, Chris Casillan, Ellen Kennedy) and nerds (Rae Lynn Carson, Denise Jones, and Scott Patey) with a Band Teacher (John Voth) leading our way through.
Avocado Toast is a not-to-be-missed show. It’s fun for all those finding themselves in Vancouver.
VTSL’s Mixed Improv Arts follows a different format to the usual improv games—instead of many short games, we get one long-form before intermission and a competing long-form… Read more “Mixed Improv Arts brings the competition to comedy”