Jill Thompson of Bras by Jillish and Art Attack Windsor along with the community held the eclectic Werk Fashion Show Fundraising event to benefit Street Help Windsor.
In Post Productions The Pillowman the twists of the character’s fate makes the story both refreshing and unpredictable. It is one of the most significant productions of the year.
Walkerville Collegiate’s Waiting for the Parade shows Canada’s WWII history which is slowly leaving the country’s consciousness and with superb acting, it should not be missed.
Review: Windsor Light Musical Theatre goes into megawatt overdrive with its version of Roald Dahl’s Matilda The Musical, directed by Connie Farrer at The Chrysler Theatre.
ACT Windsor celebrated their 5 year anniversary with some of the best music from its growing repertoire of leading-edge plays.and a tribute to artistic director Chris Rabideau.
Rob Tymec and Michelle Mainwaring brilliantly portray a tale of misery and debilitating mental illness in Monkeys With A Typewriter Theatre Company’s Moments of Clarity.
University Players Windsor’s production of The Wolves by Sarah Delappe scores big in taking the audience into the social interactions of feisty female soccer players.
The first annual Water’s Edge Halloween Charity Bash attracted guests dressed in fantastic costumes for a night of fun benefiting four local charities chosen by UWindsor students.
During Local Hauntings, actors Rob Tymec and Eric Branget engaged their audience with an evening of ghost stories about haunted locations around Windsor and Essex County.
Bill Culp Productions’ Time Is on My Side: The Rolling Stones Story Tribute concert, with Mike Danckert’s perfect imitation of Mick Jagger, rocked the Olde Walkerville Theatre.