By: Jason Sheppard
The St. John’s Players present a humorous holiday play unlike any local audiences have seen before with their adaptation of The Christmas Spirit
One can expect the usual people to drop by over the holidays – family, friends and of course, Santa. But what if somebody very
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.
What happens when a multi-talented individual like Sean Panting joins forces with Patricia Andrews’ The Performing Arts Group? The sky becomes the limit
The Performing Arts Group is Patricia Andrews’ baby. With 25 years of teaching the arts to children and adults in this province under her belt, she
The Herald sits down with Mark Zimmerman as he prepares to bring his Laugh Out Loud tour to Newfoundland and Labrador beginning September 19.
Mark Zimmerman has a grand sense of humour. He’d have to, considering the work this fella’s into.
“I’m Menopause Mark. I know everything there
Newfoundlander Alanna Fraize earns the pride of her home province, rising through the ranks of the New York City opera landscape, living the dream with each passing day.
Dreams are seldom realized standing still. For Newfoundland’s Alanna Fraize, it took uprooting her life and moving to New York City
For the 23rd year, Theatre Newfoundland and Labrador presents the Gros Morne Theatre Festival, a four month long celebration of stories, songs and culture nestled in one of the island’s most pristine locations.
Featuring exciting new additions and returning favourites (with a modern twist), the festival lineup is