Drama

Transference takes the stage

When I walked into a room of around 25 people in Theological Hall, it became clear that the first performance of Transference was going to be a very intimate experience.Continue...

It's the end of the world as we know it

After the year of 2016, it may come as no surprise that a play about the end of the world is now playing at the Isabel Bader Centre for the Performing Arts.Continue...

Drama queen and comedy machine

“Nothing kills me more than when people make art that doesn’t really say anything. I’m just like ‘bye’,” Rachel Manson, ArtSci ’17, said in an interview with The Journal. Amen.Continue...

Open forum addresses cancellation of Othello

On Tuesday afternoon, the Dan School of Drama and Music hosted just fewer than 200 students and faculty members in an open forum in Convocation Hall regarding Queen’s Vagabond’s cancellation of...Continue...

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...

The Servant of Two Masters serves up laughter and love

On Thursday, the Dan School of Drama and Music opened their fall major, The Servant of Two Masters.Continue...

Queer Ecologies: Breaking down walls

On Saturday, Toronto-based artist, performer and researcher Alvis Choi, otherwise known as Alvis Parsley, delivered a bewildering yet brave piece of theatre to an intimate crowd of 25 people at the Isabel Bader Centre for Performing Arts.Continue...

To be or not to be

Is Shakespeare deserving of the praise he has received over the last centuries?Continue...

Curtains raised on new musical theatre program

Every day, music echoes through the halls of the Isabel Bader Centre for the Performing Arts. On Thursday though, voices were raised to celebrate a new, multi-institutional program.

Queen’...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...

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