For tickets to Colin Mochrie at the Vogue Theatre on Saturday, June 1, click here. Tickets start at $29.
Canadian comedy icon Colin Mochrie, Vancouver TheatreSports™ alumnus, and star of ‘Whose Line is it Anyway,’ returns this May for three laugh-packed performances to benefit VTS and the Colin Mochrie Scholarship Fund.
Colin Up Close and Personal, Thursday, May 30 –7:30 p.m. at The Improv Centre
This is your chance to see Colin up close and catch every expressive comedic nuance in this intimate space. This very special evening includes a full 90-minute improv show starring Colin playing with members of the VTS ensemble and a Q&A session with him where audience members ask the questions. Arrive early for a drink at the bar, and you may run in to the man himself who is always approachable and happy to be in a selfie. Show tickets are priced at $99 (theatre seats) and $109 (tables /banquette seats).
Colin and Friends, Friday, May 31 – 7:30p.m. at The Improv Centre
On Friday, Colin returns to The Improv Centre, VTS’ home on Granville Island to perform with some of his improv friends from the VTS ensemble. The setting is intimate, with only 186 seats available (a mixture of cabaret and theatre style), providing a very welcoming experience where every seat is a great seat. It’s a wonderful opportunity to catch an improv master at work in an evening that is sure to tickle your funny bone. The Improv Centre is fully-licensed and guests are welcome to take their beverages with them into the theatre to enjoy during the show. Prices for these performances are $89 (theatre seats) and $99 (tables/banquette seats).
Interviews with Colin:
Breakfast TV video, May 24, 2018
The Georgia Straight, May 23, 2018
The Commentary, Podcast Interview, May 23, 2018
The Vancouver Sun & The Province, May 22, 2018
Vancouver Presents!, May 18,2018
The Vancouver Courier, May 24, 2018
He’s one of the most recognizable improvisers in the world … Colin’s a great team player. He’s so unassuming that when he improvises, it’s surprising. He goes off on these tangents or these moments of comedic genius."
However you look at it, Colin Mochrie is a really big deal in the improv world …"