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.
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.
Bloomsbury House Stage Productions’ marvelous actors in Proof, Samantha Lillian, Bob Steel, Shayla Hudson and Dalton Mugridge, captivated audiences with their chemistry.
In Tennessee Williams’ acclaimed The Glass Menagerie, presented by Korda Artistic Productions brilliantly highlight the darkness of the plot and offsetting it with humour.
The Million Dollar Quartet, a tribute to the only time rock ’n’ roll icons Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis and Carl Perkins came together, returned to Caesars Windsor,
Review: Australian Pink Floyd dazzled a packed Colosseum with sound, lights, and The Wall’s Schoolmaster during the second show in Caesars Windsor’s 2019 Concert For A Cure series.
The incomparable Bruce Dow brought his one man play, A Funny Proposition, to Windsor’s Kordazone Theatre, retrospectively mastering middle age with his performance.
Singer, songwriter, producer and founding member of The Walkervilles, now based in Toronto, Pat Robitaille returns home for a concert in Leamington with sister Jackie Robitaille.
An exciting night of Country Music featuring Dallas Smith and Dean Brody with special guests The Reklaws opened Caesars Windsor’s 7th Annual Concerts For A Cure series .