Theatre, Academy, and Film – together, we're CTORA Productions, a growing production company in Lower Mainland Vancouver and Richmond, British Columbia. We present musical theatrical experiences to families and children through professional productions and the development of creative programs tailored to address the specific needs of our community.


Exceptional theatrical experiences and opportunities

CTORA is an established non-profit company that provides emerging artists in the Lower Mainland with job opportunities where they can perform in local professional theatre performances. Since 2017, CTORA has produced a wide range of works that include live stage performances, music videos, TV series and short films. With some of the best professionals making up our creative team, every CTORA show provides stunning visual effects and dazzling sound for the enjoyment of our audience.


Dedicated to nurturing youth talent

CTORA teaches valuable musical theatre skills to empower students to excel not only on stage but in all facets of their lives. Our curriculum is designed to foster teamwork, problem-solving abilities, self-confidence, and creativity among our students. Each program is a platform for forging friendships and building unwavering confidence. Concluding each program, children get to showcase their skills to friends and family through a series of public performances that are truly memorable and rewarding. Whether it's a weekly program or summer camp, CTORA is dedicated to nurturing the theatrical talents of our young performers throughout Vancouver and the Lower Mainland.

Job Postings & Auditions

CTORA is committed to diversity in the workplace and we encourage all qualified equity and non-equity candidates to apply. We welcome artists with a broad range of backgrounds including, but not limited to: race, ethnicity, Indigeneity, gender, gender-identification, sexual orientation, class and physical ability.  Our unwavering commitment to diversity and inclusivity drives us to champion the unique visions of artists.

Creative Team "West Side Story" May 2025-CTORA Theatre
CTORA  is excited to announce openings for the following positions for our 2025 spring production of "West Side Story"
1. Stage Manager 
2. Assistant Stage Manager
3. Costume Designer 
Performance Venue: Granville Island Stage Theatre 
Tech Dates:
April 28-May 9 2025
Show Date:
May 9-May 24 2025
To apply, please send the following information to career.ctora@gmail.com by July.30 2025.
1. Your resume
2. A brief cover letter 
3. Your expected project fee
Part-time Voice-over Coach-CTORA Academy 
CTORA is seeking for part time voice-over coach for our Academy's Grade 4-12 students from September 2024 to June 2025.
For a five-session private program, where each session lasts one hour, three sessions will take place on weekday evenings via Zoom. There will also be one in-person coaching session and one studio recording session. Students will individually schedule their sessions with the coach.
- Evaluate the vocal abilities and potential of CTORA Academy's young voice actors, identifying their strengths and areas for improvement.
- Teach proper vocal techniques that cater to voice over work.
- Sorting out scripts, assist young actors in understanding and interpreting scripts, helping them convey the correct emotions and intentions through their voice.
- Establish a comfortable, stress-free environment that encourages young talents to explore their voices without fear of judgment.
- Provide constructive feedback on performances, offering practical advice and support to enhance their voice acting skills.
- Oversee the recording of demos, ensuring that they are professionally produced to showcase the child's voice acting capabilities.
To apply, please send the following information to career.ctora@gmail.com by July 30 2024.
1. Your resume
2. A brief cover letter outlining your relevant experience and why you are interested in joining our team
3. Your expected hourly rate.
Selected candidates will be contacted.
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CTORA Productions acknowledges that we live, work and play on the unceded and traditional territories of the Coast Salish peoples – sḵwx̱wú7mesh (Squamish), sel̓íl̓witulh (Tsleil-Waututh), and xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam) nations.