Windsor residents have one last day to step back thousands of years to see how Egyptians lived. The Egypt, The Gift of the Nile, at Chimczuk Museum ends Sunday (May 26).
Abridged Opera with live music by The Windsor Symphony Youth Orchestra delivered a stunning presentation of Mozart’s dark comedic opera Don Giovanni.
The 519 Band, the region’s most polished blues band took another giant step in its musical journey celebrating their inaugural album during a release party and concert on 519 Day.
Review: Riverfront Theatre Company has put together a delightfully remarkable high quality production of Mary Poppins that is well worth watching.
A review looking at the superb acting in the dramatic musical Mother Courage And Her Children presented by Korda Artistic Productions at Kordazone Theatre.
In the world of Corteo by Cirque du Soleil, clowns, acrobats, and even beds can fly as a mesmerizing opening night in Windsor at the WFCU Centre demonstrated.
A review of Rob Tymec’s Adventures in Dating, a romantic comedy and amusing exploration of the human condition, with respect to dating, presented by Monkeys With A Typewriter.
Walkerville Centre for the Creative Arts production of Eugene Ionesco’s absurd comedy of a Rhinoceros apocalypse is a journey of humour and pathos with a spectacular ending.
This review of The Edge Productions’ opening of the professional Canadian Premiere of The Pregnancy Pact at Sho Studio in Windsor acknowledges the incredible cast.
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.