For nearly 25 years, the Gros Morne Theatre Festival serves up a taste of local culture, with songs and stories to captivate the masses in picturesque Cow Head
For the 24th year, Theatre Newfoundland and Labrador’s annual summer showcase of stories, songs and culture returns to one of the
By: Nick Travis
Spirit of Newfoundland Productions sits down with The Herald to discuss their new show based off ’70s pop giants, The Carpenters
Spirit of Newfoundland Productions is back with another new show. Their newest production, It’s Yesterday Once More, goes over the career of The Carpenters. Comprised
Comedy troupe Halfhandsome celebrate Newfoundland with an edge with the third installment of their daring sketch comedy production Almost Baymous
We’ve delved deep into the secret stuff of Newfoundland comedy a fair bit in the annals of The Newfoundland Herald. To use a popular phrase, it’s been ‘beat to det!’
From acclaimed stage production to groundbreaking anthology, transVersing is one of the first trans-authored traditionally published books in Newfoundland history.
Described as “Shakespeare meets slam poetry and the fiddle meets soapbosquirex rant” by its publishing company Breakwater Books, transVersing is possibly the first trans-authored, traditionally published book to come
The 70th annual Provincial Drama Festival celebrates a lasting legacy of greatness in Newfoundland and Labrador’s theatre culture
Celebrating the coming together of amateur theatre groups from across Newfoundland and Labrador for a week long series of performances, workshops, and above all, good times, the 70th annual Provincial Drama
William Shakespeare will be receiving a fitting tribute for his birthday this year, courtesy of the St. John’s Players
By Jason Sheppard
The 70th Annual Provincial Drama Festival promises some unique and entertaining programming this year featuring many of this province’s extremely talented writers and performers.
One of these programs
Hypnotist Jason Cyrus prepares to delight NL audiences with his one-of-a-kind family-friendly show that makes those who believe stars of the show as they release their inner rock star
Even emails sent by hypnotist Jason Cyrus ooze enthusiasm with his smiley faces, exclamation marks and his ‘Be Great’ sign
Newfoundland born opera star David Pomeroy talks dreams, desire and coming home in an in-depth Q&A that delves deep into a remarkable career
World class Canadian tenor and Newfoundland native, David Pomeroy has been carrying out a dream of traversing the world, performing on the elite stages of opera.