Theatre

Honesty on stage

Vogt’s own brand of light-hearted comedy shines in their second installment of the year, Vogt Biographies.Continue...

Classics and interactive: The Screening Room

Kingston was dearly missing something, before The Screening Room brought classic movies downtown.

“I just thought… if we could watch classic movies in the cinemas in Kingston,”...Continue...

Affectionate and morbid parody

Forget “Thriller,” because this Halloween everyone is dancing the “Transylvania Mania” from Young Frankenstein, a musical theatre production presented by
Kingston Meistersingers.Continue...

Centuries past

In the basement of City Hall lies one of the first police cell blocks in Kingston, built in 1844 and first used in 1906.Continue...

The importance of space

For some, a production stops when the red curtain closes. For Aimee Bouchard, co-founder and managing director of Colliding Scopes, no such curtain exists.Continue...

Students tackle Shakespeare

It only takes 20 minutes to understand how much Jackie Omstead loves her job.Continue...

Youth connections

Running in and out of the Baby Grand theatre during their dress rehearsal, the cast of 13 exchanged fist bumps of congratulations after a successful scene.Continue...

Being true

A review of a One Act Series.Continue...

Introducing down there

Vagina Monologues is now Down There a set of original plays.Continue...

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