- Book, music, and lyrics by Amiel Gladstone and Veda Hille
- Based on the poem by Pushkin and the opera by Tchaikovsky
"Onegin is the antidote to dreary theatre" —The Globe and Mail
"Perfection...if you only see one show this year make it Onegin" —Vancouver Presents
"You’re lucky to be alive right now ... because you get to see Onegin" —The Georgia Straight
"Melds Pushkin's big romantic melodrama with indie rock intimacy" —Vancouver Sun
"Madly imaginative" —Review Vancouver
"A critical hit" —Inside Vancouver
"Don't miss this premiere" —VancouverPlays.com
"This is the best play at the BMO Theatre to date! All performers were solid in acting and singing. [The 3/4 thrust] was used wonderfully, as were the aisles. The story in song was effective and pleasing to the ear, and the energy of all performers–both actors and musicians (or could we really differentiate at times?)–was infectious. I admit, I got teary near the end. The set was great! All in all, a most enjoyable evening! Bravo! You all deserved more than one curtain call!"
"This is an excellent new production, presented by the perfect team of artists. I was very impressed! Lovely to be swept up in the music and action and forget one is sitting in a theatre. I was beginning to think I was getting too old and jaded to respond enthusiastically to local theatre any more. But you have proved me wrong. Well done!"
"I didn't know what to expect, but I have to say I genuinely loved this production! The cast was amazing–not to mention the awesome set design/stage! I loved the audience interaction and have been recommending this show to all my friends!"
"ONEGIN! I would see it agin and agin!!"
"I haven't been this impressed with a new musical since The Chelsea Hotel. The performances were engaging, the characters compelling, and the music was wonderful. I only saw the show yesterday and I have already told several friends to go see this show!"
"Extraordinary, exciting, strange, innovative, haunting, engaging–six things you offer in one evening.
I enjoy a well–timed comedy, a puzzling mystery, and a tuneful extravaganza as much as the next guy, but I attend theatre for the Onegins (and Next to Normals, and Nevermores) beyond all else–well done!"
"Fantastic production. An excellent use of the Goldcorp Stage. Beautiful music, timeless story and wonderfully acted by a talented cast"
"Energetic, lively, and creative–Onegin was a delight! We enjoyed the band, the witty lyrics, and the colourful Russian-style costumes. Meg Roe as Tatyana was moving and transformative. The Goldcorp Stage is an excellent new venue for Vancouver. Congrats to all"
"Brilliant, extraordinary, over the top–if you attend this you will surely feel that you have won the lottery!"
–Bonnie, West Vancouver
"I laughed. I cried. I spent the next few days reflecting on my life. I cannot remember when I've had such a powerful theatrical experience. From the beginning when the audience gleefully toasted Love (in Russian) to the catchy songs which are currently on repeat in my head ('Let me die... like we all must die') to the heart-breaking climax where I gasped aloud, and the thoughtful and unexpected ending, I was enraptured. Thank you, Arts Club"
- Meg Roe as Tatyana Larin
- Alessandro Juliani as Evgeni Onegin
- Josh Epstein as Vladimir Lensky
- Lauren Jackson as Olga Larin
- Caitriona Murphy as Madame Larin and others
- Andrew Wheeler as Prince Gremin and others
- Andrew McNee as Many Others
- Hailey Gillis as Tatyana Larin
- Daren A. Herbert as Evgeni Onegin
- Nadeem Phillip as Many Others
- Jennifer Moersch on Cello
- Barry Mirochnick on Percussion
- Marguerite Witvoet on Piano
- Writer / Director Amiel Gladstone
- Writer / Musical Director Veda Hille
- Choreographer Tracey Power
- Assistant Choreographer Amanda Testini
- Dramaturg Rachel Ditor
- Set Designer Drew Facey
- Costume Designer Jacqueline Firkins
- Associate Costume Designer Alaia Hamer
- Lighting Designer John Webber
- Assistant Lighting Designer Sarah Smith
- Sound Designer Brad Danyluk
- Stage Manager Allison Spearin
- Assistant Stage Manager Sandra Drag