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.
Windsor’s Tall Tale Theatre Company illustrates the diversity of modern-day theatre and the performance depth of local actors with three original plays.
A Concert For Hope, an International Women’s Day concert fundraiser, at the Water’s Edge Event Centre was chamber music performed to perfection.
Shawn Wright’s play Ghost Light captivated his Windsor audience with highly personal and dramatic thoughts, in a masterpiece brilliantly performed with just the right emotion.
On opening night, Walkerville students, enchanted their audience by taking them on a high flying Chitty Chitty Bang Bang musical adventure filled with budding young talent.
Korda brilliantly put together their production of the Tony Award-winning musical Cabaret, complete with dancing and frolicking of the five best Cabaret dancers in the city.
University of Windsor Law students delivered Vagina Monologues, for eleventh year, with humor and grace, while supporting groups that strive to end violence against women.
Elder Affairs, an Arts Collective Theatre original comedy, part of the ACT Social Justice Program, does a brilliant job of examining senior relationships and senior bullying.
Post Productions opened its third season with two plays looking at what life is really like in Hades, featuring Jean-Paul Sartre’s No Exit, and Harold Pinter’s Victoria Station.
Directed by Regan White, Cardinal Music’s Heathers, the Musical, has serious dark undertones put there intentionally by playwrights Laurence O’Keefe and Kevin Murphy.