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The Beat of a Different Drum
Newfoundland’s own Romano Di Nillo is living the dream, lending his musical talents to the Tony winning Come From Away, while representing his home province
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If you’ve acquired a taste for the arts, as a performer, musician, writer or director, odds are you’ve

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The ‘Best Of’ Buddy
After 35 years of laughs and connecting Newfoundlanders far and wide, Buddy Wasisname and The Other Fellers dive into the well for The ‘Best Of’ Tour
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A lot can happen in 35 years. A lot HAS happened to Newfoundlanders and Labradorians over the course of

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Actor Robert Joy returns to his roots, reuniting with Greg Malone and Andy Jones to take on the delectable role of Tartuffe, revealing the draw of this city while reflecting on the comedic ties that forever bind him to this place.
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Robert Joy casually slips into a chair in

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A Newfoundlander on Broadway, Petrina Bromley reflects on the roller-coaster ride in the form of the Tony winning musical Come From Away 
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Herald readers do not need to be reminded of Petrina Bromley’s remarkable path to Broadway.
A well-liked and respected stalwart of Newfoundland and Labrador’s theatre scene, Bromley

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Creators of the inspirational musical Come From Away Irene Sankoff and David Hein talk Gander, Broadway and the ties that bind
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When husband and wife creative duo David Hein and Irene Sankoff travelled to Gander on the 10th anniversary of the Sept. 11th tragedy, they never thought their names would

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The 22nd season of the Gros Morne Theatre Festival mixes first class entertainment with the trims & trappings of one of the island’s most picturesque locations
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In the midst of its 22nd season, Theatre Newfoundland Labrador’s Gros Morne Theatre Festival continues to raise the benchmark for high quality and

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Celebrating their 39th season in 2017, the Stephenville Theatre Festival continues to serve as a hub for artistic development and cultural growth in Newfoundland and Labrador
Festival General Manager Christopher Vaughan caught up with The Herald for an in-depth look into the history of the festival, blanketing the storied past,

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Celebrating its landmark 20th anniversary in 2017, Spirit of Newfoundland has fully cemented itself as a cultural institution and universal fan favourite
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A lot has happened here in Newfoundland and Labrador across two decades. Governments, politicians popular and putrid have risen and fell, stars have bloomed and busted, we’ve

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Koba Entertainment have helped bring to life, and to the stage, some of the most adored properties in children’s television, including The Backyardigans, Dora the Explorer, Toopy and Binoo, Mike the Knight, Max & Ruby, and Franklin the Turtle among others.
Returning to St. John’s for two performances on April

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