April 7, 2023

Queen’s Players rocks The Mansion

Queen’s Players delivered an eclectic spring performance of “A Dollygoodes Double-Double Pete-ture: The Fabulous Chipwreck Schoolidge of Rock” to a sold-out audience on March 30.
March 17, 2023

Vogue Charity Fashion Show sells out the Grand Theatre

Show week for the team of the largest student-run fashion show in Canada was a raving success in the eyes of the attendees.
February 14, 2023

‘Artifice:’ Dan Studio Series 2023 show premiers today

Dan Studio Series (DSS) is premiering its 2023 show this week after a semester of creative thinking and hard work.
Last week was an exciting one for Vogue Charity Fashion Show (VCFS) who will walk the runway in the Grand Theatre next month.
Superb lighting, strong casting, and thoughtful social commentary—just a few of the reasons to watch Queen’s Musical Theatre’s (QMT) showing of 9 to 5. 

Review: ‘These Deeds’

November 18, 2022
With vampires, cowboys, and Jack the Ripper, Craig Walker’s These Deeds certainly has a lot to offer. Solid performances and excellent set design help bring the characters to life.
CFRC’s Shortwave Theatre Festival kicked off this week, presenting a week of radio plays and programming.
When The Journal entered the Baby Grand theatre to watch Vivek Shraya perform, it wasn’t sure what to expect.

The sound of musicals

October 21, 2022
Musicals are a powerfully evocative medium for artistic expression and telling stories, yet they are all too often bemoaned by the public.
Queen’s Players performed their summer show on July 20 at The Mansion.
I walked into Crew’s and Tango’s, a queer bar in Toronto, and my senses were flooded with light, glitter, wafts of vodka cranberries, and Lady Gaga’s “Born This Way” blaring on the speakers as a drag queen performed. 
Louisa May Alcott’s Little Women remains a classic piece of literature frequently adapted for the stage and screen.
Equity and representation are of concern to many theatre scholars, especially as they pertain to accommodating audiences.  
In 2021, Queen’s formed student-run theatre company The Dan Exposition Series (DES), supported by the Dan School of Drama and Music.
I have always found drama and stage acting fascinating.
Hadestown is a musical that first took Broadway by storm in 2019.  
Kingston’s Kick and Push Festival featured a heartwarming interactive installation called Tin-jathat ran in City Park from Aug. 25 to 28.
In Kingston for one night only, Kinky Boots asked viewers to consider the question: What makes a man?On April 24, the Broadway production of Kinky Boots came to Kingston on their North American tour. Produced by Troika Entertainment and True North Touring, the play is currently being performed for crowds in smaller cities all across Canada and the US.  
In their debut performance of The Great Gatsby at the Domino Theatre on March 27, the King’s Town players took the audience back to prohibition, flapper glamour, and the roaring twenties. 
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