Theatre

Staging gruesome with grace

Gruesome Playground Injuries, a commonplacetheatre production, provides an in-depth look at pain and the ways it strengthens human connections.Continue...

Theatre technicians, not theatre rejects

Technicians are all failed actors — or at least that’s what I keep hearing.Continue...

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...

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