drama department

Comedic commentary

A socialist commentary on capitalism, The Threepenny Opera, put on by the Queen’s drama department, aims to capture the essence of human interaction.Continue...

Feel the wait

The Drama Department presents Penelope Waits.Continue...

The Dan Studio Series grapples with identity in DSS: Embrace

Drama School teams up with students to produce show about self-acceptanceContinue...

Othello warrants conversation, not retaliation

Queen’s Vagabond’s artistic choice left students of colour in the dark and it’s a decision that can’t be ignored.

Student theatre company Queen’s Vagabond released a statement last week...Continue...

Are you there, Queen’s theatre? It’s me, Nina.

Last year, I was given the opportunity to see a play to review it for an arts magazine on campus. The play was decent. Nothing too rave-worthy and nothing too disparagingly bad.Continue...

Something wicked this way comes

Macbeth began just outside the Isabel Bader Centre with a firelight fight scene that burned brightly against the inky night sky.Continue...

Student actor and playwright sets the stage for a prolific career in theatre

There aren’t many Queen’s students who can rightfully call themselves professional theatre artists, and although Sean Meldrum doesn’t always admit to it, he’s one of the few.Continue...

Vogt A plays get provocative

A review of the comedic stylings of Vogt A.Continue...