St. Clair College’s Music Theatre Performance and Entertainment Technology Students’ musical Into The Woods delightfully brings a message of be careful what you wish for.
Post Productions’ Nothing But The Truth, written by Eve Lederman, tackles societal issues including child abuse and suicide in a contemplative and contemporary manner.
Kevin Doak, Rob Tymec and Eric Branget put on a hilarious performance in Theatre in the Gallery’s Moriarty’s Friends, part of the “Actors Playing Themselves” series.
More superb hospitality has arrived in the quaint lakeside town of Kingsville in the form of Banded Goose Brewing Co. and Distinctive Inns of Kingsville’s Brewery Loft Suites.
The multi-faceted Girl In the Goldfish Bowl, Korda Artistic Productions’ latest show, is a zany comedy wrapped within a dramatic shell featuring a dysfunctional family.
Group Hug Apparel’s Rock Your Socks fundraiser filled Colasanti’s Tropical Gardens with pure whimsy supporting Andrew Banar’s Helping Sick Kids Campaign.
Cardinal Music Productions’ Next To Normal is a fantastic production examining the pathos of a mother with mental illness and her family coping with the crisis it brings.
University Players production of Love and Information is one of the most eclectic plays of the 21st Century, delivering humour, pathos, love, and acting straight through the intermission.
Blue Man Group thrilled their Windsor audience with drumming, technology, comedy, and an unforgettable big party finale that had everyone up on their feet having fun.
Politically incorrect Ed The Sock and Liana K had their audience laughing their socks off at Imperial Night Club in downtown Windsor during their War On Stupid tour stop.