Theatre

Civil war in the living room

A new Kingston-based stage company, Theatre Mies, makes a bold debut this week at the Artel with its production of Abi Morgan’s Splendour.Continue...

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...

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...

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...

A strong connection

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

Getting personal

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

King’s Town Players show their Underpants

What would you do if your underpants fell down in public?Continue...

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...

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