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Existential drama

Imagine what would happen if three strangers were trapped in a room together with no windows or doors, and all of them are dead.Continue...

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...

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...

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...

A new spin on an old classic

Two actresses put on larger-than-life performances in an unconventional play rendition of Jane Austen’s classic novel Pride and Prejudice.Continue...

An Enemy of the People makes its Kingston debut

When a play causes feelings of tension and unpredictability in the audience about its unfolding, it’s clear the actors have done their job right.Continue...

Stones in the Woods sheds light on part of the community's history

Set in a quiet, woody area of City Park, Stones in the Woods isn’t only a historically informative play, but an intimate, well-acted one.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...