Mount Elizabeth is a joint use facility funded by Coast Mountains School District #82 and the District of Kitimat. The MET is an intimate 512-seat performance facility serving both school and community users in Kitimat, British Columbia, Canada. MET is a professional, community style theatre that offers a practical and affordable venue for amateur and professional artists. The MET features a complete sound and lighting system, dressing rooms, and access to a grand piano. It is wheelchair accessible and has on-site parking.This excellent, acoustic, multi-use auditorium is ideal for theatrical productions, concerts, recitals, conventions, large meetings, and award ceremonies.
On Cue Players has been part of the fabric of Kitimat life for 30 plus years in one form or another. As a community theatre group we've been responsible for skits and cabaret nights, English farce, pantomime and dinner theatre. We support Theatre BC by participating in the friendly competition of the Skeena Zone Festival. We provide young thespians with donations to assist with travel costs in order to participate in the youth drama zones. The Pacific Northwest Music Festival receives two monetary donations from the club to support our young people in their participation in Speech Arts competitions and the club provides a number of small year end scholarships for students involved in the Kitimat Music Scholarship Society recitals. Members of our group help with the Kitimat Arts For Youth sponsored summer drama camps so in one way or another - although we may not have a season of productions, On Cue Players and its members are active and always looking for new faces.
The R.E.M. Lee Theatre is Terrace, British Columbia's largest performing arts venue. Opened in 1975, it is an ideal stage for professional and amateur theatre, recitals, concerts, forums and business events. The R.E.M. Lee Theatre hosts a wide variety of performances throughout the year, from professional productions of dance, theatre and music, to local school and community performances. We provide in-house lighting and sound equipment, a 702 seat auditorium, dressing rooms, pianos and a host of other amenities.
The British Columbia Arts Council is an independent agency that supports arts and cultural activity in communities across British Columbia. From professional dance companies, to art galleries, local museums and music festivals – the Council works to enrich the lives of British Columbians in virtually every community in the province.