Anticipate and be tantalized by 3 days of the arts in picturesque Lowville: a young – and altogether welcome – summer tradition that celebrates all of us local artists, everywhere.
Artist Josée Duranleau: “I am often surprised at where the work takes me. My original ideas tend to morph into something quite unexpected, and that strikes me as magical!”
Composer Chris Thornborrow on COC’s Summer Opera Camps: “When you’re creating opera from scratch, you’re allowing young people to express themselves through art, design, narrative, movement, and music.”
“All in all, All Shook Up is thoroughly enjoyable, and I would recommend it to any family, music lovers or not. All of the performers are strong.”
“Our show is light and fun, but at its core, it’s about the power of love and how it can light up your life and fill the world with beauty and hope.” ~ Vanessa Sears on All Shook Up
Who better than Ins Choi to curate Soulpepper’s inaugural Tiger Bamboo, a free festival celebrating Asian Heritage Month with theatrical presentations, readings, and cabarets?
In anticipation of her appearance with 5 at the First, Canadian soprano Shannon Mercer chatted with SesayArts about singing in Russian, coffee, and the perils of bad advice.
Wondering what to do when May comes around? How about popping over to your local comic book shop for Free Comic Book Day (FCBD) on May 7th? FCBD is full of fun! You get to choose 5 or more comic books–for FREE! That’s right–your May just got a whole lot better! Comic books are made […]
12-year old Sayak says, “the Young People’s Theatre production of The Wizard of Oz now playing displays a fresh take on the classic, beloved musical and its actors’ many, many talents.”
“In If/Then, the writers were genuinely trying to deal with tough questions, like how to balance home and work, but while they ask interesting questions, their answers are concerning.” ~ Natalie Dewan