Announcing our new Head Technician!

February 02nd, 2017

We are happy to announce that Liz Kraft is the new Head Technician at Presentation House Theatre. Liz comes to PHT with experience working with a variety of companies including the Arts Club Theatre Company, Granville Island Cultural Society, and Carousel Theatre to name a few! Liz brings with her a passion for the technical process that goes into the creation of every production. She’s looking forward to moving into Presentation House and making it her own.

Welcome Liz!

We’re Looking for a Head Technician

January 13th, 2017

If you’ve got the skills and the smarts to be the Head Technician at Presentation House Theatre, email your resume to Giselle at by or before Monday, January 23.

No phone calls please.

Read all about it here!  Head Tech 2017 – Presentation House Theatre

Notice of Annual General Meeting and Special Resolution

October 24th, 2016

This is notice of the Presentation House Cultural Society Annual General Meeting and Special Resolution, Friday, November 25, 2016 at Presentation House Theatre.  The full agenda and Special Resolution can be viewed below.


‘Tis the 2016 Season at PHT

December 16th, 2015

We’re thrilled to announce our Spring 2016 Season, filled with interesting and varied productions just for you.

With high calibre, professional artists and creators, these shows will give you pause – to enjoy, think, and maybe rethink an old idea – all while being utterly entertained.
Tickets Under The Tree
What a wonderful gift to give yourself and your friends!    Learn more.
Giving to PHT
Making a list and checking it twice? Please consider a gift to our theatre. By helping us build a strong, creative community, you’re giving to everyone on the North Shore.   Learn more.

Awards and Nominations

August 17th, 2015


Jessie Richardson Theatre Awards Society

Outstanding Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role
Colleen Wheeler – Since You Left Us

Significant Artistic Achievement
Kim Selody, Winifried Wrede, Karl-Heinz Stenz – Cat Killer
Outstanding Technical Integration

Georgia Straight Critic’s Choice Innovation Award
Cat Killer


2014 Unity in Diversity Award

Presented to Presentation House Theatre in recognition of their work to promote community connections among diverse people through the arts

The Baha’i Community of West Vancouver

2013-2014 Jessie Richardson Theatre Award

Outstanding Design

Theatre for Young Audiences

Sponsored by Terra Breads

Cathy Nosaty, Graham Ockley, Stephanie Kong, Al Frisk, Carolyn Rapanos, and Mac Hiller

Jack and the Bean
Presentation House Theatre

2012-2013 Jessie Richardson Theatre Award

Outstanding Performance

Theatre for Young Audiences

Sponsored by the Characters Talent Agency

Linda Carson and Raes Calvert

Where the Wild Things Are
Presentation House Theatre

2012-2013 Jessie Richardson Theatre Award

Outstanding Design

Theatre for Young Audiences

Linda Leon

Set, Props and Costume Design

Where the Wild Things Are
Presentation House Theatre

2012-2013 Jessie Richardson Theatre Award

Significant Artistic Achievement

Theatre for Young Audiences

Outstanding Production

Where the Wild Things Are
Presentation House Theatre

2012-2013 Jessie Richardson Theatre Award

Outstanding Artistic Creation

Theatre for Young Audiences

Sponsored by Bingham & Company Chartered Accountants

Kim Selody

Where the Wild Things Are
Presentation House Theatre

We have announced the first half of our season!

July 17th, 2015

High Tea



Listen to Me

Mrs. Claus’s Kitchen


Follow the links to buy your tickets now! Or give our box office a call at 604-990-3474.


July 08th, 2015

Due to a scheduled power outage Presentation House Theatre will be closed tomorrow (Thursday, July 9th).

We will be open again on Friday.

Sorry for any inconvenience!

Easter Theatre Office Hours 2015

March 31st, 2015

The Presentation House Theatre Office will be closed on Good Friday, April 3rd, 2015 and Easter Monday, April 6, 2015. The office will reopen on Tuesday, April 7th, 2015.

The Box office will be open from 4 pm on show nights.

Since You Left Us – The Reviews Are In…

September 23rd, 2014

Georgia Straight:

Director Amiel Gladstone has assembled a marvellous cast that gets a whole lot out of this
material. Colleen Wheeler is perfect as Denny: her tearful concern for her pet is absolutely
authentic—and just exaggerated enough to make it hilarious. Playing Fanny, Jillian Fargey is
also splendid: deeply emotionally present, and playing with the craziness at the same time. I was
also impressed by Mike Gill (Danno), who delivers a subtle, professional performance, even
though he hasn’t graduated from Studio 58 yet.


Vancouver Presents

Not only assembling a cast that is able to handle McFarlen’s often ludicrous script, director Amiel Gladstone makes
the most of Pam Johnson’s set, a beautiful framework that allows us to see through the walls into Denny’s home,
and no doubt a metaphor for the internal glimpse of the family that gathers inside.
At times Since You Left Us is like that bad accident on the side of the highway that you just can’t keep your eyes off:
grotesque and fascinating at the same time. Just like family.

Love, Loss and What I Wore

April 15th, 2013

Love, Loss and What I Wore by Nora Ephron and Delia Ephron, based on the book by Ilene Beckerman, is coming to the Presentation House Theatre stage for two nights only, April 25 and 26.  Fun, fashion and celebrating Ephron promises to delight audiences, young and old alike as North Vancouver’s very own Nicola Cavendish is joined on stage by Jenny Mitchell, Susan Mendelson, Patti AllanJennifer Clement, Janet Gigliotti and Veena Sood.

We will feature a silent auction on both nights with four fantastic prizes and one uber-item that is “for auction” on both nights.  The Lazy Gourmet has generously agreed to provide hors d’oeuvres for Thursday night but on both nights we will have champagne and strawberries.

Each evening begins at 6pm with the show beginning at 7pm.

…This collection of stories dares to ask “can’t we all just stop pretending anything is ever going to be the new black?” Love, Loss and What I Wore opens the closet on this and other sartorial queries by using clothes as a metaphor for matters far deeper than the average walk-in closet…

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