When two worlds collide, feathers can fly! TaDa! Events brings La Cage Aux Folles to the stage and Mark Murphy, who once flew the nest, returns in fine ‘Zaza’ style
If you haven’t seen the stage production of La Cage Aux Folles, chances are you’ve seen the film version
9 to 5, The Musical, is heading to the Arts & Culture Centre in St. John’s, bringing with it laughs, lighthearted moments and best of all, sweet revenge!
Dana Parsons is chuckling at some antic of the unpredictably delightful Sheila Williams when this writer walks in, unannounced, during rehearsal.
A new series of short plays is set to premiere in St. John’s next week, and will spotlight a truly impactful issue.
Private Eyes: Recognizing 50 years of Canada’s (partial) decriminalization of homosexuality; six original plays commissioned from Ontario and Newfoundland and Labrador based LBGTQ2S + playwrights. The Newfoundland and Labrador
By: Nick Travis
The 4th annual St. John’s Short Play Festival aims to dispel dated images of the theatre while providing quality entertainment for arts lovers across the province
Some people may find attending a theatrical production to be an exclusive atmosphere, full of artistic and high society types
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!’