The West Coast Triple Threat Performing Arts Society will be presenting 'Into the Woods" at The Ridge Playhouse on December 14th, 15th, 16th, and 17th. Tickets are on sale now!


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Images from our past projects and productions!

"When I founded the West Coast Triple Threat Performing Arts Society at the end of 2019, we were making musical theatre-related videos to be posted on Youtube. When the pandemic hit in 2020 and all things theatre shut down, there was a need more than ever for music, entertainment, and the normalcy we had had before the pandemic. So with the support of friends and family and 8 dedicated young performers, I decided to put on our first "driveway musical". With the driveway as our audience and the garage as our transformed stage, we brought music and happiness to people in the community. Since March 2020 we have done 31 live performances, 7 musicals, 2 short films, and over 20 video projects, and have gone from our small and mighty cast of 8 to approximately 50 young Triple Threats on Vancouver Island. We are more than a theatre company, we have created a family.

Although we have already done so much and have been so lucky, this is just the beginning.

A big thank you to Jessica Paxman, Amanda and Tim Callin, Jacquie Dawes, and all our dedicated performers, parents, and patrons who support us. You are making dreams come true."

- Victoria Callin


"It has been an honour to be able to work with such a well-organized and professional company. Triple Threat Performers has lead me to grow in my acting and has given me opportunities that I would not be able to find anywhere else. The support and endless encouragement has truly made me never want to stop doing shows and will forever stay with me. Director Victoria Callin is always such a pleasure to work with and is always encouraging me to keep going. She is the root of this company and I couldn’t imagine anyone better in this role." 

- Kate Niedjalski


"Over the last year I have been in various projects with Triple Threat Performers. The experience has always been positive and the group really does feel like family. They explore shows and topics that are not usually explored and push their performers in a healthy way. The group is welcoming to anyone with a passion for theatre, they support and love their performers and everyone will learn something. Whether you are looking to explore musical theatre, be apart of a great community, or just want a bigger skill set. I would highly recommend being involve with  Triple Threat Performers."

- Saidi Mader 

Located in beautiful Victoria British Columbia, Canada. Triple Threat Performers is located on the traditional territory of the Songhees, Esquimalt and W̱SÁNEĆ peoples whose historical relationships with the land continues to this day. We are grateful to be able to sing, dance, act, and perform on their land.

What we do:

Musical Theatre is our main focus and passion. At T.T.P. actors will have the chance to improve their skills in acting, singing, and dancing.

If your audition is successful, you will have the opportunity to participate in workshops. From character building and monologue coaching to private voice lessons, we offer chances for young performers of all ages and skill levels to improve on their passions.  

If you need new headshots, a self-tape audition filmed, a personalized acting reel, or have dreamt of starring in your own musical theatre-related music video, click the link to the left and check out our opportunities.

Who are we?

West Coast Triple Threat Performers is a non-profit youth theatre company that is dedicated to providing a safe, encouraging, and inspiring experience for everyone who passes through our doors. We cater to every skill level because we firmly believe that there is a place for everyone in the theatre and that passion is the first step to finding success. At Triple Threat Performers, we pride ourselves on our high standards, high quality, and highly supportive environment. 

"Every child is an artist until they are told they aren't an artist." - John Lennon