Theatre

Re:Vers-ing sexual relationship norms

Amidst the hot summer months, a handful of Queen’s students banded together to start a riot — more specifically, the Riot Theatre company.Continue...

Gatsby’s Legacy

Colliding Scopes Theatre presents twisting and turning storylines and plenty of intrigue within Legacy, a freely-adapted sequel to F. Scott Fitzgerald’s the Great Gatsby.Continue...

Dramatic reality

Lights out. Rolls and crashes of thunder ensue.Continue...

Phantomwise: the story behind the story

With the enchanting set of all white drapery and girls twirling around 18th-century ball gowns, it was easy to for the audience to get lost in the magical world of Alice in 5th Company Lane’s production of Phantomwise. Continue...

A family affair

After its first performance in Chicago in 2007, Tracy Lett’s August: Osage County has made its way to Broadway and to theatres all across the world. Now it’s at the Theological Hall’s
Rotunda Theatre.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...

The dead are alive and singing

Evil Dead: The Musical is finally opening in Kingston.Continue...

Almost, Maine Photo Gallery

Set in a fictional small town in the midst of a Northern Maine winter, Almost, Maine explores the concept of love and how it comes and goes in the most unexpected ways.Continue...

Vagabond debuts new take on Caesar

Queen’s Vagabond’s production of Julius Caesar, while capably performed, stands as an unfortunate example of ambition outweighing affect.Continue...

Together in camping

Award-winning Canadian playwright Daniel MacIvor’s A Beautiful View is, at its simplest, an exploration of friendship. Beyond that, it’s a view of all the little events, coincidence, and choices that make up life.Continue...

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