A lonely Queen sits atop the Iron Throne, but her kingdom is under threat from all sides. The final fight between the Lannisters, Starks, and Targaryens is… Read more “Thone and Games returns to Granville Island for third year”
Ahoy there! Join Vancouver TheatreSports™ (VTS) on Thursday, February 21 at 7:00pm for the maiden voyage of the comedy cruise ship ‘yeSyeS TheatreSports’at Improv Voyage – a ‘three-hour-cruise’ special event.… Read more “VTSL Launches ‘Sea-sational’ New Event Improv Voyage”
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!”
This Christmas season, Vancouver TheatreSports has turned to Hallmark Christmas movies for comedic inspiration.
A new holiday tradition from Vancouver TheatreSports™ Merry Kiss-mas is a celebration of these sappy, warm-hearted and cheesy (but kind of fun) movies we all love to watch during the holiday season.
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.
Aptly named Spooktober, this limited-run seasonal celebration of all things eerie features four different shows for a total of eleven ‘unboolievably’ hilarious weekly performances you’ll be ‘dying’ to see.
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.
Vancouver is known internationally for its spectacular beauty, friendly citizens, and vibrant multicultural milieu. Beneath the glossy surface lies a complicated and eccentric city ripe for parody. In a series of vignettes, VTSL’s quick-witted improvisers lampoon such local stereotypes as our obsession with fitness (Grouse Grind and yoga, anyone?), quirky neighbourhoods (The Drive, Main St., Kits, Gastown), and foodie scene (coffee culture, craft breweries/distilleries, avocado toast) that have earned Vancouver its ‘Lotus Land’ nickname.