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As regular season ticket holders for the past 10 plus years at The Royal Manitoba Theatre Centre we were fortunate to experience a play March 9th 2019 at the Queen Elizabeth Theater in Vancouver. We were able to compare facilities and plays as we had...More
We weren’t really sure what to expect when we got tickets for It’s a Wonderful Life as it was a Radio version. Let me tell you it was amazing!!! Everyone, especially the sound effects guy were so impressive!! It was a believable heartwarming rendition of...More
The Manitoba theatre centre is a prairie gem. We saw “A Doll’s House Part 2” this evening and I was reminded of just how stunning the building is. The lobby waterfall, quaint bar, and peaceful surroundings are all wonderful. I’ve sat in the loges, the...More
I very much enjoyed the performance: Doll House 2. There were only about 4 performers, so that all had many lines to learn. The set was very simple, but after awhile, I just concentrated on the story line. The "Ex-husband" gave a very believable performance...More
This performance was so entertaining that the two hours and 45 minutes felt like an hour! The actors who portrayed the not so politically correct adults made me think of how we as a society have become so uptight and rigidly straight laced that the...More
Earlier in the year I bought tickets to "Its A Wonderful Life, The Radio Show" as a birthday gift for my wife. First, ordered ticket online...fast and simple. Picked up ticket at box office...great staff, very friendly and helpful. Attended the play, again ticket staff...More
I watched "Sense & Sensibility" with my spouse.
The theatre was impressive! The receptionists and ushers were courteous and helpful.
It was a full house that time; the play started and ended on time. The break time was reasonable. On top of it all ---...More
This quaint little theater is always serving up edgy plays. You might not always agree with the attitude or direction that the play takes you but it is always a challenge. Every seat is a good seat as all seats are close to the stage....More
Response from SenorGancho | Reviewed this property |
The advantage of sitting in row 1 is you can take in the actors' facial expressions and you really get a feel for them. On the other hand you miss the 'big picture' of the sets and staging. We saw the play last night and... More
The advantage of sitting in row 1 is you can take in the actors' facial expressions and you really get a feel for them. On the other hand you miss the 'big picture' of the sets and staging. We saw the play last night and the one thing to be aware of is in the front row, you get to take in all the special effects 'smoke'.
We sit in Row 6 and that gives a good balance between seeing the actors and taking in the staging.
If you go back one 'price point' I would recommend Row 4 and try to get near the middle. although Row 5, seats 25-27 would be a good trade off and the sight angles are good. Row 12 seats 5/6 would also be excellent.
I would recommend trying to get to Row 4/12 or maybe even Row 5 if you wanted to keep the same pricing.
Good luck. Fun play
Hi. We did stay in a swim-up room a few years ago, and we loved it, but I don't remember any of the numbers. Two little cautions, though: be sure to keep track of how much sun you're getting. It was very easy to enjoy it out... More
Hi. We did stay in a swim-up room a few years ago, and we loved it, but I don't remember any of the numbers. Two little cautions, though: be sure to keep track of how much sun you're getting. It was very easy to enjoy it out there and totally lose track of time. Also, pull your chaises up close to your patio door when you're not using them. We found that that kept other people from helping themselves to the chairs that were meant for us to use in "our" little section of the pool. Enjoy! Pamehla :-)