Performance

A look Down There

As I walked into the H’art Centre, I was greeted by posters of hand-drawn flowers and butterflies, one with “pussy” written in immaculate cursive and another encouraging me to “feel your feelings”. I’d arrived at Down There.Continue...

A final goodbye to Mata Hari

On Tuesday night, a crowd gathered at the Isabel Bader Center for Performing Arts to witness the final days of Mata Hari before her execution at the Prison Saint-Lazare in Paris, France.Continue...

Behind the scenes at Cirque de Soleil

Cirque de Soleil has come to Kingston.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...

Existere doesn’t compare

Existere is a theatrical treasure in Frosh Week that helps incoming students embrace the fears and excitement of coming to university — because if there’s anything High School Musical taught us, it’s that when you’re feeling frustrated and anxious, it’s nothing a little song and dance can’t fix.Continue...

Poets with disabilities perform pieces with heart

A poetry reading was held on Tuesday night with performances by poets looking beyond their disabilities and finding inspiration in the world around them.Continue...

A new identity for Viet Cong

The controversially-named Viet Cong — with help from openers Greys and Heavy Lifting — made for a surprisingly giddy night of noise and punk on Sept. 20.Continue...

Improvisational media

Decomposing Pianos performed their ethereal experimental musical set “Regression” in an ambient venue at Modern Fuel.Continue...

Honesty on stage

On Wednesday evening, Kingston’s newest coffee shop, Musiikki café, welcomed a duo performance from singers and songwriters Hilary Grist and Christa Couture.Continue...

Redemption and rebirth

For Craig Jennings, all it took was passion and a little bit of luck.Continue...