Newfoundland musical No Change In The Weather just wrapped its acclaimed run at the Arts and Culture Centre in St. John’s, and now its heading to Toronto for an engagement of sold out performances.
The production has received critical acclaim, with noted activist and all around good person Hasan Hai
Alan Doyle is comfortable with the stage, to be sure, but this will be completely different.
Based on the screenplay The Grand Seduction by Ken Scott, Tell Tell Habour is an all new musical comedy that celebrates the people, the trials, and the triumphs of living in a small community
Rising Tide’s Revue is back! If COVID couldn’t stop provincial and federal elections then it certainly can’t stop Revue. The old gang is all set. There’s no shortage of material with 2020 and most of 2021! Come out for a hilarious and safe experience
Formed in 1978, Rising Tide in
Female/non-binary comedy troupe Mom’s Girls talks inclusivity, chemistry, and the art of being a natural-born goofer in this candid Herald sit-down
Lord knows we’re all due for a laugh. That could be the epitaph of many a Newfoundlander and Labradorian, but in the pandemic era, that rule of thumb has
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