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Off-Broadway classic comes to Kingston

A successful first attempt at a musical comedy, I Love you, You’re Perfect, Now Change is a clear indication of the quality of work that is to come this year.Continue...

Big city opportunity close to home

The Kingston Canadian Film Festival (KCFF) is back, and students are becoming more important to it than ever.Continue...

Oceania, reimagined

Colliding Scopes transforms three floors of Jeffery Hall into the Ministries of Love, Peace, Truth and Plenty for The Condition, an adaptation of George Orwell’s dystopian novel Nineteen Eighty-Four.Continue...

Theatre on the radio

Theatre is thriving in Kingston, but remains inaccessible for many.Continue...

Class struggles played out on stage

Problem Child is a play that asks its audience to empathize with characters that exist in a moral grey area.Continue...

Weekend film project to show at KCFF

Travelling and self-exploration can lead to artistic inspiration.Continue...

Romance of rural life still key for Old Man

While many dream seekers shift to big cities in the hopes of making it big, Old Man Luedecke had another idea.Continue...

A collaborative effort

Nova Scotian singer-songwriter Old Man Luedecke’s latest release, the three-song EP I Never Sang Before I Met You, finds him collaborating with Canadian musician Joel Plaskett to great effect.Continue...

A visceral response

Next Friday’s show at the Grad Club will be a homecoming for Seoul.Continue...

Both rough and calming

Visual Bloom: Cumulative Fragmentation brings together the work of artists Brian Hoad and James Puffer to present an expansive view of Canada through a collection of photographic collages.Continue...

Hometown heroine

Teagan McLaren is taking the music world by storm through her sweet country vocals and soulful lyrics.Continue...

A battle for identity

In the attempt to define ourselves, we also restrict ourselves.Continue...

The Coens’ Llewyn Davis is unsympathetic but excellent

The Coen brothers’ latest work Inside Llewyn Davis successfully attempts to bring to life the folk-music revivalist movement of the early 1960s that was most famously centered in New York’s Greenwich Village.Continue...

Destroyer quiets the crowd at Grad Club

Vancouver’s Dan Bejar, more famously known as Destroyer, came to the Grad Club Saturday night for a sold-out solo acoustic set.Continue...

A conversation with Craig Cardiff

After a workshop at Nipissing and before a house show in town, Craig Cardiff will be returning to Clark Hall for another intimate affair.Continue...

Sleeping Funny in Stauffer

To write effectively, you first have to be bad in order to be good.Continue...

Building a community

Artists have a responsibility to challenge and inspire people, and to engage communities in
creative dialogue.Continue...

A strong connection

Queen’s drama department’s Lilies or The Revival of a Romantic Drama is a play oozing
with intensity.Continue...

Slam to raise funds for local youth

Community outreach will meet creative expression on Monday with an international affairs-themed poetry slam.Continue...

Getting personal

Traditionally, Down There is a series that’s unafraid to tackle controversial issues.Continue...

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