Tag Archives: David Roberts

Mimi (Or A Poisoner’s Comedy); Touchstone Theatre (Upcoming show)

Touchstone Theatre celebrates its 35th season with a lineup of original Canadian musicals and music theatre.  First up, is Mimi (Or A Poisoner’s Comedy)Mimi, which debuted to good reviews in Toronto last season, is billed as a comedy about a young French aristocrat who takes up poison as a hobby.

Jennifer Lines in Mimi (Or A Poisoner's Comedy). Photo by Emily Cooper.

Lyrics and music by Allen Cole, book and lyrics by Melody A. Johnson and Rick Roberts. Directed by Katrina Dunn, musical direction by Steven Greenfield. Set design by David Roberts, costumes by Farnaz Khaki-Sadigh, lighting by Gillian Wolpert.

Starring Donald Adams, Greg Armstrong-Morris, Peter Jorgensen, Jennifer Lines, Linda Quibell, and Sanders Whiting.

Mimi (Or A Poisoner’s Comedy), presented by Touchstone Theatre, runs until November 20, 2010, at the Firehall Arts Centre, 280 East Cordova Street, Vancouver. Tickets are available online or by phone at 604-689-0926.

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The Fantasticks; Playhouse (Upcoming show)

The Vancouver Playhouse opens its 48th season with world’s longest-running musical The Fantasticks.

 

Simon Bradbury, Christopher Gaze and Steve Maddock in The Fantasticks at the Vancouver Playhouse.

 

Book and lyrics by Tom Jones and music by Harvey Schmidt. Directed and choreographed by Max Reimer (Dirty Rotten Scoundrels , Playhouse), with musical direction by Bill Sample (Beyond Eden, Playhouse). Set design by David Roberts, costumes by Christine Reimer, and lighting by Gerald King.

Starring Steve Maddock (Beauty and the Beast, Arts Club), Colin Sheen (Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, Playhouse), Bree Greig (Bat Boy, Patrick Street), Mark Burgess (The Drowsy Chaperone, Playhouse), Andy Toth (The Full Monty, Patrick Street), Christopher Gaze (Bard on the Beach), Simon Bradbury (Oliver!, Playhouse) and Jeff Hyslop (The Music Man, Playhouse).

The Vancouver Playhouse Theatre Company presents The Fantasticks from October 2- 23, 2010 at the Vancouver Playhouse Theatre, Hamilton and Dunsmuir.  Tickets are available online or by phone at 604-873-3311.