Join Us for the Vancouver Tour de Biennale!


Join Us for the Vancouver Tour de Biennale!

Carousel Theatre is elated to become official charity partners with The Tour de Biennale, the Vancouver Biennale’s charity bike ride – Hurray! The Vancouver Tour de Biennale is the only charity bike ride that combines the incredible beauty of Vancouver with recreational cycling and arts & culture. The Tour de […]

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Introducing Anais West, Summer Student Extraordinaire!

Hello friends! This is Anais West, the Marketing and Audience Services Coordinator for Carousel’s Teen Shakespeare Program this summer. I’m going to be filling you in on all the fun and excitement as we mount our production of The Tempest. Next month, our company of teen actors will be delving […]


Aesop’s Fables – An Interview with Drew Facey

We chased down (the very busy) Set and Costume Designer Drew Facey to ask him about his upcoming designs for Carousel Theatre’s Aesop’s Fables. (Like many professional designers, Drew works on multiple projects at the same time. He is also designing a set for Arts Club Theatre Company for the […]


The Wizard of Oz- Costume Madness!

Our Costume Shop is bursting at the seams with blue gingham, straw and trees. Our Head of Wardrobe, Darryl Milot, sat down with young interviewer Aidan for a brief chat a couple of weeks ago. We wanted to ask Darryl a few more questions to find out about what a […]


Did You Know? The (Super Dorky) Wizard of Oz Collection of Things You Didn’t Know You Needed to Know

Contributed by Steven Greenfield, The Wizard of Oz Musical Director (and Oz enthusiast) When I was in grade four, I saw MGM’s film The Wizard of Oz for the first time.  I was instantly hooked by L. Frank Baum’s magical world, and since then, have devoured everything Oz-related that I […]


Julius Caesar production shots (it’s even better in real life!)

We’re 7 shows into our run, and things could not have began in a more exciting way — opening night had us inacting our ‘rain plan’ as we shuffled audience members inside Performance Works to complete Act II in the comfort of our indoor stage. Our volunteers, cast, crew, and […]

Costume Parade Sneak Peak

Costume Parade day at Carousel! This is a chance for the director and costume designer to get together and ‘iron out’ all the details (and the actors get to play in their costumes for awhile)! I snapped some pics along the way — have a look, this may be the […]

… And they’re off!

We leave behind the safety of the rehearsal hall today to battle the elements on this dreary Wednesday… but Head Instructor/AD Carole Higgins is prepared. And I hunker down in my office attempting to read the props list Michael sent. There are odd forces at work today… More to come. […]

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