So dangerous that even Houdini didn’t dare it, the bullet catch has claimed many lives since its inception in 1613. In this nail-biter, the acclaimed writer and performer Rob Drummond attempts the death-defying stunt before your very eyes. A theatrical experience unlike any other, Bullet Catch features wondrous acts of mind reading, levitation, and the most notorious finale in show business.
Rob Drummond in Bullet Catch
Bullet Catch has been performed across 5 continents to a global audience of over 17,000 and has enjoyed sell out runs in London, New York, Sydney, Brazil, and Hong Kong.
Rob Drummond is an award-winning playwright, performer, and director based in Glasgow, Scotland. His wide ranging work includes the critically acclaimed Rob Drummond: Wrestling, which took place in a ring at the Arches (Glasgow, 2011) and involved five months of professional wrestling training, and a modern retelling of The Passion, which premiered in George Square (Glasgow, 2011). In September 2014, he was co-commissioned by the Arches and National Theatre of Great Britain to present a three-act performance, centring on the recent Scottish Independence Referendum; Wallace was first shown at the Arches during the week of the referendum and will go on to be developed further in London next year. Drummond is currently working on a screenplay with Little Kong and Penny Dreadful Films.
“Combines the thrills of a high-grade magic show with a profound theatrical meditation on free will”
Bullet Catch is presented with the PuSh International Performing Arts Festival. Starting January 15 at the Revue Stage, tickets to this death-defying performance start at just $25. Book online or call our box office at 604.687.1644.
Avenue Q will now run until January 10, with 7 additional performances! That means you have 7 more chances to ring in the New Year with these delightful people and puppets.
Take it from these audience members—Avenue Q is worth seeing… more than once!
“What more can I say—IT IS THE FOURTH TIME I HAVE SEEN THIS PRODUCTION”
“What a hoot! A light-hearted story that addresses real issues facing millennials. A must-see—and we will look forward to seeing it again”
“Hilarious! You gotta go see it!”
“Twice as funny the second time seeing it!!! I brought two people to see it for their first time and I’m sure they will be back to see it again and will bring someone else to see it”
Visit our audience buzz page to read more patron reviews and then come on down to the Avenue!
Avenue Q is now playing until January 10 at the Granville Island Stage! Tickets start from just $29—buy online or call our box office at 604.687.1644.
Posted in 2014-2015 Season, Audience Comments, Avenue Q, General, News and Reviews
Tagged Andy Toth, avenue q, Evangelia Kambites, granville island stage, Jeny Cassady, jeremy crittenden, Kayla Dunbar, Nick Fontaine, Peter Jorgensen, Sean Bayntun, Selina Wong
Have you ever wondered what it’s like to fly out over an audience? Or how long it takes to learn the dance steps to a number like “Step in Time”? The cast of Mary Poppins recently gathered to answer these and other burning questions from our audience. Watch the video below to learn a little bit about the magic of Mary and what goes on behind-the-scenes of this high flying production.
Experience the magic of Mary Poppins—now playing until January 4 at the Stanley Industrial Alliance Stage. Book online or call our box office at 604.687.1644.
Posted in 2014-2015 Season, Behind the Scenes, Mary Poppins, Video Roundup
Tagged Alissa Keogh, and Robert Allan, Anna Kuman, bill millerd, Bobby Callahan, Brianne Loop, Bruce Kellet, Caitriona Murphy, Daniel James White, Darren Burkett, Graham Verchere, Jennifer Neumann, Kassia Danielle Malmquist, Katey Wright, Kayla James, Micheal Querin, sara-jeanne hosie, Scott Augustine, Scott Walters, Shane Snow, Susan Anderson, Valerie Easton, Warren Kimmel