SATURDAY NIGHT AND SUNDAY
June 2000: Our first production celebrated 75 years of hits while telling a tale of late night revelry.
HOME FOR THE HOLIDAYS
December 2001: Our first Christmas show was a one-night concert/party, but started the tradition of two shows a year.
December 2002: We mixed up a blend of seasonal favourites, and show tunes about transportation. Honestly!
December 2003: a mix of naughty and nice, just in time for Christmas.
BROADWAY DREAMS & BROKEN PROMISES
June 2004: We hit the skids in this salute to hopeful losers.
December 2005: Out on a limb again with great pop songs from "Angel" to "Disco Inferno"
A KITSMAS CAROL
December 2006: Our first fully-plotted Xmas short updated the classic with S.C. Rooge, yoga pants manufacturer.
ANNE MURRAY OF GREEN GABLES
December 2007: Celebrity adoption is all the rage ... so Anne Murray gets adopted by PEI farmers.
ANNIE GET YOUR NUN
December 2008: Do they need a Nanny or an Annie? Confusion reigns ... and the Pope is coming!
December 2009: We grow a heart with this unexpectedly poignant tale of the chicken who wanted to fly and the next-door dinosaurs.
December 2010: A salute to The Love Boat with three submarine-set plots: one romantic, one comedic, one dramatic.
ANOTHER ELFING MUSICAL
December 2011: Our Christmas show went straight to the North Pole, where Santa's elves and Tolkien's elves collide.
THERE'S SOMETHING ABOUT FAIRY
December 2012: Our first spin-off: Terry the Fairy returns to look for her birth mother and gets a much-needed makeover.
FRAULEIN J'S CAMP FOR CHILDREN
December 2013: The unflappable Fraulein returns with another failing business scheme.
CLIMB EVERY OTHER MOUNTAIN
December 2014: The power of stories helps a father and son move past the mother's death.
December 2019: In our take on the Cinderella story, rival fairy godmothers have made a bet on who'll marry the Prince. Guess what? It all goes horribly wrong ...
NOW AND THEN: A CENTURY OF SONG
June 2001: a retrospective of old and new, including then-recent hits from The Lion King and Ragtime.
SONGS ABOUT LAUGHTER, LONELI-NESS, AND LOVE
June 2002: A girl-gang Mikado was a highlight among the more than 30 featured songs.
June 2003: A musical tour around the world, with particularly challenging dancing raising the bar for us.
MOVIES AND MORE!
December 2004: Out on a limb with a salute to songs from the movies.
ONE DAY/ONE LIFE
June 2005: Plot returns, and we featured our first real set with this send-up of office life.
DON'T MAKE ME LAUGH
June 2006: Another mile-stone en route to our present format: Act One's murder mystery had a real (but brief) script.
MISPLACED, THE MUSICAL
June 2007: Lost meets Survivor with this tale of a town of lottery winners and losers.
WHAT NOT TO WISH
June 2008: The King is cursed with bad decision making. Fondly-recalled for the scene where he weighs brides by doing dance lifts.
June 2009: Everyone has superpowers, so you have to remove clothes carefully one arm at a time.
PRISCILLA, QUEEN OF THE DAMNED
June 2010: Drag Queens vs Vampires ... who can out-glamour the other?
THE GHOST MAN ALWAYS RINGS TWICE
June 2011: A haunting story of the struggle for meaning in life, and death, proved incredibly moving for most.
WAR AND GEESE
June 2012: The Canadian Foreign Legion is beset by Russian spies.
DUNCE UPON A TIME
June 2013: The Greek Gods have amnesia and are here in Vancouver.
June 2014: An entirely original musical (composer Lambert-Maberly's fifth) based on the E.F. Benson novel Queen Lucia.
HOW TO BURY A MILLIONAIRE
June 2015: Robert Montague won't let anyone inherit his estate until they read his entire memoir.
June 2019: In the Republic of Hulu, women are forced to perform show tunes against their will. But all is not lost: a small band of rebels team up to fight the government ... with a musical!