King's Town Players

Flesh-eating and fear-mongering

King's Town Players puts on Night of the Living DeadContinue...

Lady and a vamp

The Mystery of Irma Vep is the new production from the King's Town Players.Continue...

Les Belles-Soeurs brings a Quebecois revolution to the Baby Grand

One kitchen is all playwright Michel Tremblay needs to show the daily struggles working-class French Canadian women faced in the 1960s.Continue...

Busy stage can’t deter narrative

As a 90-year-old woman whose days are numbered, Mrs. Shipley remembers a life lived in obstinate pride and loss.Continue...

King’s Town Players show their Underpants

What would you do if your underpants fell down in public?Continue...

Caught in the crossfire

Like a Quentin Tarantino film but shorter, Glengarry Glen Ross is a play that comes complete with strong characters, gritty and perfectly timed storytelling and, of course, extensive profanity.Continue...

Crawling corpses too close for comfort

Bloody handprints grab at railings; scuffmarks colour doors grey. In a way, the bare set forewarns us of the apocalyptic tale to come.Continue...

Dog problems

A review of King's Town Players new comedy Sylvia.Continue...