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What's On! Entertainment events for November 2014: There are 69 events found in your search.

Queen's Drama Department Presents: Orbit - Nov 01, 2014 - Nov 01, 2014
Where? Isabel Bader Performing Arts Centre Studio Theatre
Cost: Adult: $22.00 Child: $22.00 Senior: $15.00
Description: Queen's University Department of Drama is proud to present the premiere production of Orbit by Jennifer Wise and directed by Craig Walker. This production is the inaugural performance in the new Isabel Bader Performing Arts Centre Studio Theatre. Galileo Galilei has been called
Email: orbit.queensdrama@gmail.com
Tel: 613.533.2424 or 1.855.533.2424
Web Site: http://www.facebook.com/QueensOrbit2014?ref=bookmarks

Kingston Townsmen Annual Concert- 'Experiencing Technical Difficulties' - Nov 01, 2014 - Nov 01, 2014
Where? Salvation Army Citadel, 816 Centennial Drive, Kingston ON K7M 0A4
Cost:
Description: Looking for an evening of exciting, fun-filled musical entertainment? The Kingston Townsmen Chorus Present their annual Fall show and debut performance with NEW Artistic Director Darrell Bryan -
Email: kingston.townsmen@gmail.com
Tel: 6138177233
Web Site: http://www.eventbrite.ca/e/kingston-townsmen-annual-show-experiencing-technical-difficulties-tickets-12615056975?aff=eac2

Major Mitchell Salutes Melody - Nov 02, 2014 - Nov 02, 2014
Where? Grand Theatre
Cost: Adult: $25 Child: $10 Senior: $25
Description: Join Evan 'Major' Mitchell and the Kingston Symphony for an exciting boot camp featuring some of the world's most amazing music! Major Mitchell will ask the question,
Email: info@kingstonsymphony.on.ca
Tel: 613-530-2050
Web Site: http://www.kingstonsymphony.on.ca

David Bromberg @The Isabel - Nov 02, 2014 - Nov 02, 2014
Where? Isabel Bader Centre for the Performing Arts
Cost: Adult: $30
Description: He is considered the Godfather of Americana and with the release of his 2013 album Only Slightly Mad, David Bromberg solidifies his stature as a true musical treasure. His storied career includes playing with legends such as Bob Dylan, George Harrison, The Grateful Dead, Emmylou Harris and Mississippi John Hurt. But it is David Brombergs own brilliant and genre-bending recordings and live concerts that have made him a favourite of musicians and music lovers for over 4 decades. His much anticipated return to Kingston will be a concert to remember.
Email: alrankin@xplornet.ca
Tel: 613 533-2424
Web Site: http://theisabeltickets.ca

KIM CHURCHILL, MO KENNEY + guests @ The Mansion - Nov 03, 2014 - Nov 03, 2014
Where? The Mansion
Cost: Adult: $10 Child: $10 Senior: $10
Description: KPP Concerts/ CFRC 101.9 present: KIM CHURCHILL (Australia/Folk/Blues/Singer/Songwriter/ Indica Records) http://kimchurchill.com/ MO KENNEY (Nova Scotia/ Singer/ Songwriter/ Pheromone) http://mokenney.com/ Monday November 3 @ The Mansion, 506 Princess St. Kingston, ON Doors 9pm// 19+// $10 adv. Advance tickets available at The Mansion, Brian's Record and online: http://www.ticketscene.ca/events/11392 www.kppconcerts.com www.twitter.com/kppconcerts *** Churchill, an ex-busker, had a booming voice, melody-laced when needed, and busted out some guitar chords and finger-tapping that would have made Steve Vais jaw drop.  Exclaim! Magazine Having completed INTERNATIONAL DATES as the hand-picked support act on Billy Braggs epic Tooth and Nail tour, and headlined his own show at Londons Borderline; Australian MUSICAL nomad Kim Churchill is set to release his new album Silence/Win on April 1st, 2014.
Email: kpppromo@gmail.com
Web Site: https://www.facebook.com/events/728369493866674/

II (deux) - Nov 07, 2014 - Nov 07, 2014
Where? Octave Theatre
Cost: Adult: $25 Child: $12.5
Description: French play with English surtitles II (deux) , adapted from Two Rooms by Mansel Robinson - Thoughts on social unrest Touring Ontario II (deux) tells the story of Mercier, a policeman, who suspects his Muslim wife of being a terrorist. This incisive play questions our fear of Others and looks at collective paranoia. Two conflicting monologues tackle the issues of racism, the war on terrorism, and betrayal. Directed by Geneviève Pineault Cast : Jean-Marc Dalpé, Elkhana Talbi This play is coproduced by Théâtre de la Vieille 17 (Ottawa) and Théâtre du Nouvel Ontario (Sudbury) which won in September 2014 the Ontario Premiers Award for Artistic Excellence. Quotes from English media : «Run to see it before it closes. It's relevant, hard-hitting and brilliant.» - Jeniva Berger, Scene Changes (Toronto) «In its fear of the Other, Two Rooms illustrates how the war on terror taps into racist narratives and heightens racial tension.» - Gregory Bunker, The Charlebois Post (Toronto)
Email: coordonnateurcentreculturelfrontenac.com
Tel: 6135461331
Web Site: http://www.centreculturelfrontenac.com/en/category/theatre/

Letters Home - Nov 08, 2014 - Nov 08, 2014
Where? Sydenham St United Church
Cost: Adult: $22 Child: $12 Senior: $20
Description: Cantabile honours the 100th anniversary of WWI in music that expresses the universal hope for peace and reconciliation. Included will be the world premiere of a new composition by the celebrated young Canadian composer, Sarah Quartel.
Email: info@cantabilechoirs.net
Tel: 613 549 0099
Web Site: http://www.cantabilechoirs.ca

Cantabile presents Letters Home - Nov 08, 2014 - Nov 08, 2014
Where? Sydenham St United Church
Cost: Adult: $22 Child: $20 Senior: $12
Description: The Cantabile Choirs, under the direction of Mark Sirett, proudly presents the opening concert of its 19th season, Letters Home, on Sat. Nov. 8th, 7:30 at Sydenham Street United Church. This unique tribute to the 100th anniversary of WWI, presents an inventive programme that underscores the message of peace, hope and understanding.
Email: info@cantabilechoirs.net
Tel: 613 549 0099
Web Site: http://www.cantabilechoirs.ca

The Bobby Show - Nov 08, 2014 - Nov 08, 2014
Where? The Grand Theatre 218 Princess Street
Cost: Adult: $32.75
Description: Bottle Tree Productions presents THE BOBBY SHOW Bottle Tree Productions presents The Bobby Show
Email: grandtheatre2@cityofkingston.ca
Tel: 613-530-2050
Web Site: http://kingstongrand.ca/event/bobby-show

5th Annual William Vanhorn Memorial & Benefit Concert - Nov 08, 2014 - Nov 09, 2014
Where? Tir Nan 'Og 200 Ontario St. (Kingston)
Cost: Adult: $10
Description: 5th Annual William Vanhorn Memorial & Benefit Concert Saturday November 8th, 2014 Tir Nan 'Og 200 Ontario St. (Kingston) 8:00 - 9:00 RyanJones 9:00 Introductions by Brenda Miller (CMHA) 9:30 - 10:30 Adam Knapp & KickBack 11:00 - 12:00 The Teagan McLaren Band 12:30 - 2:00 The Celtic Kitchen Party $10 suggested donation towards Canadian Mental Health Association (Kingston Branch) Advance tickets on sale now by contacting andrewvanhorn@hotmail.com We all have a loved one in our circle of friends/family that struggle with mental health. We can't do it alone, we need support to better understand mental health issues, and support our loved ones. Organizations like CMHA can help. Join us Saturday November 8th. Tickets are by suggested donation of $10 (andrewvanhorn@hotmail.com) and are available in advance. The concert is a memorial to celebrate the life and memory of William Alexander Vanhorn through an annual social and fundraising event, and a lifelong memorial. Advance ticket sales and door proceeds go towards the Canadian Mental Health Association Kingston (CMHA) in support of local families and those with Schizophrenia and other areas of mental health, including resources and education to remove any existing stigma's surrounding mental illness. WHY? To celebrate the memory of William; to dance, drink and be merry; and to treat your ears to a mix of Pop, Country and Celtic East Coast music, by some very talented local artists. Bands are donating their time and talents to this worthy cause we hope you will do the same. Join us, Andrew Vanhorn (Williams Brother) http://facebook.com/vanhornmemorial http://celtickitchenparty.com
Email: andrewvanhorn@hotmail.com
Web Site: http://celtickitchenparty.com

5th Annual William Vanhorn Memorial & Benefit Concert - Nov 09, 2014 - Nov 09, 2014
Where? Tir Nan 'Og 200 Ontario St. (Kingston)
Cost: Adult: $10
Description: 5th Annual William Vanhorn Memorial & Benefit Concert Saturday November 8th, 2014 Tir Nan 'Og 200 Ontario St. (Kingston) 8:00 - 9:00 RyanJones 9:00 Introductions by Brenda Miller (CMHA) 9:30 - 10:30 Adam Knapp & KickBack 11:00 - 12:00 The Teagan McLaren Band 12:30 - 2:00 The Celtic Kitchen Party $10 suggested donation towards Canadian Mental Health Association (Kingston Branch) Advance tickets on sale now by contacting andrewvanhorn@hotmail.com We all have a loved one in our circle of friends/family that struggle with mental health. We can't do it alone, we need support to better understand mental health issues, and support our loved ones. Organizations like CMHA can help. Join us Saturday November 8th. Tickets are by suggested donation of $10 (andrewvanhorn@hotmail.com) and are available in advance. The concert is a memorial to celebrate the life and memory of William Alexander Vanhorn through an annual social and fundraising event, and a lifelong memorial. Advance ticket sales and door proceeds go towards the Canadian Mental Health Association Kingston (CMHA) in support of local families and those with Schizophrenia and other areas of mental health, including resources and education to remove any existing stigma's surrounding mental illness. WHY? To celebrate the memory of William; to dance, drink and be merry; and to treat your ears to a mix of Pop, Country and Celtic East Coast music, by some very talented local artists. Bands are donating their time and talents to this worthy cause we hope you will do the same. Join us, Andrew Vanhorn (Williams Brother) http://facebook.com/vanhornmemorial http://celtickitchenparty.com
Email: andrewvanhorn@hotmail.com
Web Site: http://celtickitchenparty.com

Dr. Sharma Show - Nov 10, 2014 - Nov 10, 2014
Where? The Grad Club, 162 Barrie Street
Cost: Adult: $12-15
Description: A light-hearted look at the ups and downs of weight loss. Join Canadas leading obesity expert, Dr. Arya Sharma for an entertaining evening on debunking obesity myths and learning about the latest science on what works and what doesnt. Tickets: Online: Adult $12.00  Student $10.00 Door: Adult $15.00 - Student $12.00 Available at www.drsharma.ca/events or at the door (cash only) All proceeds going to support the Canadian Obesity Network
Email: info@obesitynetwork.ca
Tel: (780) 492-8361
Web Site: http://www.drsharma.ca/events

THRASH INVASION: ONSLAUGHT, ARTILLERY, STRIKER, ECLIPSE PROPHECY @ The Mansion - Nov 11, 2014 - Nov 11, 2014
Where? The Mansion
Cost: Adult: $15 Child: $15 Senior: $15
Description: KPP Concerts/ CFRC 101.9 present: THRASH INVASION ONSLAUGHT (UK/ Thrash Metal/ AFM Records) https://www.facebook.com/onslaughtuk ARTILLERY (Denmark/ Thrash Speed /Metal Blade Records) https://www.facebook.com/ARTILLERY.DK STRIKER (Canada/ Metal/ Napalm Records) https://www.facebook.com/strikermetal ECLIPSE PROPHECY Tuesday November 11 @ The Mansion, 506 Princess St. Kingston, ON All Ages/ Licensed 19+// EARLY SHOW 7-10pm// $15 advance Advance tickets available at The Mansion, Brian's Records Option, Tricolour and online at http://www.ticketscene.ca/events/11299 www.kppconcerts.com www.twitter.com/kppconcerts *** Onslaught are an English thrash metal band from Bristol, England. Initially active from 1983 to 1991, they reformed in 2004. The band initially drew influence from second wave punk rock bands such as Discharge and The Exploited, and then adopted a straight forward thrash metal sound. To date, Onslaught have released six studio albums, one compilation, four singles and two live recordings: a live album and DVD. In 2005, the band was reformed by Steve Grice and was joined by Sy Keeler, Nige Rockett, James Hinder. They were joined by the Welsh guitarist Alan Jordan. Writing for the band's fourth album, Killing Peace, began in 2005, and the album was released in early 2007. Bassist James Hinder left the band in 2006, before the release of Killing Peace, and was replaced by Jeff Williams. This line-up recorded a live DVD in Club Stodola, Warsaw, Poland, which was released in 2007 by Metal Mind Productions under the title Live Polish Assault.
Email: kpppromo@gmail.com
Web Site: https://www.facebook.com/events/613525165434037/

The Importance of Being Earnest - Nov 13, 2014 - Nov 15, 2014
Where? 52 Markland Street - Mulberry School
Cost: Adult: $10 Child: $10 Senior: $10
Description: The Not So Amateur Amateurs' Teenage Division Presents:
Email: mydramaqueen@hotmail.com
Tel: (613) 542-0669
Web Site: http://www.nsaatheatre.com

God's NOT Dead Movie Night - Nov 14, 2014 - Nov 14, 2014
Where? 183 Weller Avenue
Cost: Adult: $0 Child: $0 Senior: $0
Description: Come join us for a free viewing of
Email: judith_knapp@can.salvationarmy.org
Tel: 613-541-3947

The Importance of Being Earnest - Nov 14, 2014 - Nov 15, 2014
Where? 52 Markland Street - Mulberry School
Cost: Adult: $10 Child: $10 Senior: $10
Description: The Not So Amateur Amateurs' Teenage Division Presents:
Email: mydramaqueen@hotmail.com
Tel: (613) 542-0669
Web Site: http://www.nsaatheatre.com

Danielle Lennon Announces the Kingston premiere of STRING THEORY - Nov 14, 2014 - Nov 14, 2014
Where? The Queen's University Club
Cost: Adult: $15
Description: Danielle Lennon proudly announces the Kingston premiere performance in support of her debut album, STRING THEORY. Hosted at The University Club at Queens, the Kingston launch experience will be the first time STRING THEORY has been performed live in concert. This creative spectacle, which takes place on November 14th 2014, combines live musical performances with unforgettable cinematic visuals. Accompanied by 5 accomplished musicians and supported by the album's acclaimed co-producer, Matt Rogalsky, Lennon will confidently take the stage to perform the striking orchestral arrangements that are celebrated on STRING THEORY. The exciting launch experience also features stunning short films, which accompany each of the blockbuster-worthy tracks. These complimentary shorts were produced by celebrated local filmmakers whose unique cinematic interpretations of Lennon's compositions enhance the live experience. A fascinating fusion of music and visuals, Lennon's STRING THEORY premiere will offer an unparallelled re-imagination of the live classical concert experience. I didnt think I could be any more excited about finally being able to share STRING THEORY with my friends, family, musical mentors and supporters, but then I started to craft how I wanted to present it in a live setting says Lennon. I've toiled over the smallest of details to ensure that my music comes alive, and offers a one-of-a kind experience that will leave a lasting impression on the audience. Having spent year's composing the tracks that comprise STRING THEORY, this big reveal has been a long time coming, and it represents the culmination of my artistic journey to date. Initial reception to STRING THEORY has been resoundingly positive, with the dramatic ballad, Full Rotation, selected for inclusion in Til The Cows Come Home, a critically-acclaimed documentary that reveals the democratic casualties associated with the dismantling of the prison farm program in Kingston, ON. Furthermore, during the lead up to to the album's release on November 7, STRING THEORY has appeared on CFRC 101.9FM Top 30 charts for consecutive weeks. Tickets for the STRING THEORY launch experience in Kingston are on sale now at Tara Foods, and they shall also be sold at the door subject to availability while quantities last. Doors open at The University Club at Queens at 7:30pm, with showtime set at 8pm. The evening of concludes following a grand finale performance by ambient-rock quintette, Hoppipolla.
Web Site: http://www.daniellelennon.com

The Harpoonist & The Axe Murderer Benefit Concert - Nov 14, 2014 - Nov 14, 2014
Where? TirnanOg Irish Pub 200 Ontario St
Cost: Adult: $12
Description: Great Blues for a Great Cause.!! Come and see by far the best Blues duo in Canada. All proceeds benefit the Canadian Cancer Society. Harpoonist & the Axe Murderer are widely known for their amazing live shows and commanding stage presence. [11] Having only two members, they sing, play guitar, foot percussion and harmonica. In the summer of 2013, they played 16 major festival dates across Canada and the US including Salmon Arm Roots & Blues, Vancouver Jazz Festival and SXSW, Montreal Jazz Festival and Ottawa Blues Festival.
Email: lemire.dan@gmail.com
Tel: 6135447474
Web Site: http://www.eventbrite.ca/e/the-hapoonist-and-the-axe-murderer-tickets-13772823887?aff=eac2

Youth on Stage - Autumn Music - Nov 14, 2014 - Nov 14, 2014
Where? Unitarian Place, 206 Concession St., Kingston, ON
Cost:
Description: Please join us and enjoy works from J.S Bach to Paul Desmond, on piano and wind instruments. 'Autumn Music' will feature local youth talent from high schools and post secondary schools in our community. FREE Admission; Goodwill Offerings appreciated.
Email: info@kuf.ca
Tel: 613-544-8777
Web Site: http://www.kuf.ca

The Importance of Being Earnest - Nov 15, 2014 - Nov 15, 2014
Where? 52 Markland Street - Mulberry School
Cost: Adult: $10 Child: $10 Senior: $10
Description: The Not So Amateur Amateurs' Teenage Division Presents:
Email: mydramaqueen@hotmail.com
Tel: (613) 542-0669
Web Site: http://www.nsaatheatre.com

PLANET SMASHER, Sofa King Addicted, Alpha Jabs @ The Mansion - Nov 16, 2014 - Nov 16, 2014
Where? The Mansion
Cost: Adult: $15 Child: $15 Senior: $15
Description: KPP Concerts/ CFRC 101. 9 present: THE PLANET SMASHERS (Montreal/Ska/Stomp) https://www.facebook.com/ThePlanetSmashers + guests Sofa King Addicted (Napanee/ Ska) https://www.facebook.com/SofaKingAddicted Alpha Jabs (Kingston/ Punk) https://www.facebook.com/alphajabs Sunday November 16, 2014 @ The Mansion, 506 Princess St. Kingston, ON 19+// Doors 8pm// $15 adv. Advance tickets available at The Mansion, Brian's Records, Tricolour Outlet and online at www.ticketscene.ca www.kppconcerts.com www.twitter.com/kppconcerts *** FLASHBACK!: The year was 1994 and the world was a very different place&.A happy-go-lucky Bill Clinton presided over the free world; Ace of Base topped the music charts with their insipid reggae-inspired hit The Sign; cats had yet to take over the internet, men and women wore acidwashed overalls slung from one shoulder à la Joey from Friends; and a young band of ragtag miscreants released their first full-length to an unsuspecting public. In case you havent been paying attention, that band was (and still is) The Planet Smashers.
Email: kpppromo@gmail.com
Web Site: https://www.facebook.com/events/816993745012393

Fire and Ice - A Dragon's Tale and the Ice Queen - Nov 18, 2014 - Nov 20, 2014
Where? 51 Church Street - Domino Theatre
Cost: Adult: $10 Child: $10 Senior: $10
Description: The Not So Amateur Amateurs in cooperation with What's my Line Productions Will be putting on a
Email: mydramaqueen@hotmail.com
Tel: (613) 549-2735
Web Site: http://www.nsaatheatre.com

Fire and Ice - A Dragon's Tale and the Ice Queen - Nov 19, 2014 - Nov 20, 2014
Where? 51 Church Street - Domino Theatre
Cost: Adult: $10 Child: $10 Senior: $10
Description: The Not So Amateur Amateurs in cooperation with What's my Line Productions Will be putting on a
Email: mydramaqueen@hotmail.com
Tel: (613) 549-2735
Web Site: http://www.nsaatheatre.com

MOTHER MOTHER with Special Guest USS @ Ale House - Nov 19, 2014 - Nov 19, 2014
Where? Ale House
Cost: Adult: $30 Child: $30 Senior: $30
Description: KPP Concerts/ 98.9 THE DRIVE present: MOTHER MOTHER (Vancouver/ Alt Pop/ Universal) http://www.mothermothersite.com with special guests USS (Toronto/ Electro Alt Pop/ Smashing World Records) http://www.ussmusic.com Wednesday November 19, 2014 @ The Ale House, 393 Princess St. Kingston, ON All Ages/ Licensed 19+// Doors 8pm// $30 advance Advance tickets available at The Ale House, Brian's Record Option, Tricolour Outlet and online at http://www.ticketscene.ca/events/11635 www.kppconcerts.com www.twitter.com/kppconcerts
Email: kpppromo@gmail.com
Web Site: https://www.facebook.com/events/1526300430950596

Fire and Ice - A Dragon's Tale and the Ice Queen - Nov 20, 2014 - Nov 20, 2014
Where? 51 Church Street - Domino Theatre
Cost: Adult: $10 Child: $10 Senior: $10
Description: The Not So Amateur Amateurs in cooperation with What's my Line Productions Will be putting on a
Email: mydramaqueen@hotmail.com
Tel: (613) 549-2735
Web Site: http://www.nsaatheatre.com

Nov 20, 2014 - Nov 30, 2014
Where? Octave Theatre
Cost: Adult: $28 Child: $20 Senior: $25
Description: The Kingston Meistersingers are proud to present their fall production, Don Harrons beloved Canadian musical Anne of Green Gables at the Octave Theatre (711 Dalton Avenue). Performances will run November 20-22, and November 27-29 at 7:30 pm, with matinees at 2:00 pm on November 23rd and 30th. Tickets are $28.00 adults, $25 senior citizens, $20 students & children and can be purchased at the door of the Octave, or at Novel Idea Book Store (156 Princess Street), or the Grand Theatre Box Office, or by phone 613 530-2050. For sales online, please go to www.meistersingers.ca or www.kingstongrand.ca/tickets For further information, group sales, or special discount night pricing, please call Liane Penny at 613 449-0235 or visit www.meistersingers.ca
Email: info@meistersingers.ca
Tel: 613 449-0235
Web Site: http://www.meistersingers.ca

Theatre Kingston's VENUS in FUR - Nov 20, 2014 - Dec 07, 2014
Where? The Isabel
Cost: Adult: $29 Child: $0 Senior: $22
Description: Venus in Fur By David Ives While its as funny as any play currently on Broadway, Venus in Fur, & is also something darker, stranger and altogether more delicious.  The New York Times Tony Award Winner for Best Play November 20th- December 7th, 2014 Director Brett Christopher * Starring Shane Carty * & Charlotte Gowdy* Stage Manager Bea Campbell* Assistant Stage Manager Alysse Szatkowski Set/Costume Designer Brandon Kleimann* Lighting Designer Michelle Ramsay Sound Designer Matt Rogalsky Production Manager Bill Penner Assistant Director Chris Blackwell *Artists appear courtesy of Canadian Actors Equity Association. Theatre Kingston is back for another exciting season in a brand new performing venue at the Isabel Bader Centre for the Performing Arts. The season begins with The Tony Award Winning Venus in Fur. A gripping and sexy play telling of a young actress who is determined to land the lead in a new play based on the classic erotic novel Venus in Fur. During her audition, she gets caught up in an electrifying game of cat and mouse with the director, blurring the line between fantasy and reality and testing the boundaries between dominance and submission. Performing in the Isabel Bader Centre for the Performing Arts. Learn more about Kingstons newest performing arts facility. Tickets: $19-$29 + fees and taxes. Available at the Isabel Bader Box Office Buy Tickets Online Hours: Monday  Friday, 12:30 pm  4:30 pm 613.533.2424 or 1.855.533.2424 boxoffice@theisabel.ca
Email: mike@theatrekingston.com
Tel: 613.533.2424
Web Site: http://www.theatrekingston.com

3rd Annual Dancing with Easter Seals Stars - Nov 21, 2014 - Nov 21, 2014
Where? Four Points by Sheraton, 285 King Street West, Kingston, Ontario, K7L 2W9
Cost: Adult: $125.50
Description: Seven local celebrities have been paired with professional dancers and will compete for the title of Kingstons Favourite Dancer at the 3rd Annual Dancing with Easter Seals Stars, presented by Great-West Life. Guests will also enjoy a complementary wine-tasting, three-course meal, silent auction and performances by dancers from TK Danceworx, Kingston Danceforce Studios and Limestone Swing.
Email: jkostuck@easterseals.org
Tel: 613-547-4162 Ext. 224
Web Site: http://Four Points by Sheraton 285 King Street West, Kingston, Ontario, K7L 2W9

Nov 21, 2014 - Nov 30, 2014
Where? Octave Theatre
Cost: Adult: $28 Child: $20 Senior: $25
Description: The Kingston Meistersingers are proud to present their fall production, Don Harrons beloved Canadian musical Anne of Green Gables at the Octave Theatre (711 Dalton Avenue). Performances will run November 20-22, and November 27-29 at 7:30 pm, with matinees at 2:00 pm on November 23rd and 30th. Tickets are $28.00 adults, $25 senior citizens, $20 students & children and can be purchased at the door of the Octave, or at Novel Idea Book Store (156 Princess Street), or the Grand Theatre Box Office, or by phone 613 530-2050. For sales online, please go to www.meistersingers.ca or www.kingstongrand.ca/tickets For further information, group sales, or special discount night pricing, please call Liane Penny at 613 449-0235 or visit www.meistersingers.ca
Email: info@meistersingers.ca
Tel: 613 449-0235
Web Site: http://www.meistersingers.ca

Theatre Kingston's VENUS in FUR - Nov 21, 2014 - Dec 07, 2014
Where? The Isabel
Cost: Adult: $29 Child: $0 Senior: $22
Description: Venus in Fur By David Ives While its as funny as any play currently on Broadway, Venus in Fur, & is also something darker, stranger and altogether more delicious.  The New York Times Tony Award Winner for Best Play November 20th- December 7th, 2014 Director Brett Christopher * Starring Shane Carty * & Charlotte Gowdy* Stage Manager Bea Campbell* Assistant Stage Manager Alysse Szatkowski Set/Costume Designer Brandon Kleimann* Lighting Designer Michelle Ramsay Sound Designer Matt Rogalsky Production Manager Bill Penner Assistant Director Chris Blackwell *Artists appear courtesy of Canadian Actors Equity Association. Theatre Kingston is back for another exciting season in a brand new performing venue at the Isabel Bader Centre for the Performing Arts. The season begins with The Tony Award Winning Venus in Fur. A gripping and sexy play telling of a young actress who is determined to land the lead in a new play based on the classic erotic novel Venus in Fur. During her audition, she gets caught up in an electrifying game of cat and mouse with the director, blurring the line between fantasy and reality and testing the boundaries between dominance and submission. Performing in the Isabel Bader Centre for the Performing Arts. Learn more about Kingstons newest performing arts facility. Tickets: $19-$29 + fees and taxes. Available at the Isabel Bader Box Office Buy Tickets Online Hours: Monday  Friday, 12:30 pm  4:30 pm 613.533.2424 or 1.855.533.2424 boxoffice@theisabel.ca
Email: mike@theatrekingston.com
Tel: 613.533.2424
Web Site: http://www.theatrekingston.com

B.A. JOHNSTON, Hollow Hedges, The Beta 58s @ The Mansion - Nov 21, 2014 - Nov 21, 2014
Where? The Mansion
Cost: Adult: $10 Child: $10 Senior: $10
Description: KPP Concerts/ CFRC 101.9 present: B.A. JOHNSTON (Hamilton/Pop/Rock) http://www.bajohnston.ca + guests Hollow Hedges The Beta 58s (Kingston/ Punk) https://www.facebook.com/Beta58s Friday November 21, 2014 @ The Mansion, 506 Princess St. Kingston, ON 19+// Doors 9pm// $10 adv. www.kppconcerts.com www.twitter.com/kppconcerts *** This has been another tough year for BA Johnston, but luckily he has managed to turn lemons into the no name brand lemonade. It seems that BAs Mother, inspired by all the austerity she has been hearing about in the paper, has decided to raise the rent and chore list around the house. Faced with the options of going to work as a bag boy at Foodland or releasing a new album, BA plugged his nose and recorded up another winner for his ever shrinking fanbase. Titled Mission Accomplished and released on Mammoth Cave Recording Co., BAs ninth full length album finds him regurgitating the same crud that has made his a household name (in one house in Peterborough, Ont). Songs about waffles, chugging cold certified Coors Light, and spending a GST cheque at a Giant Tiger abound. However its not all cheap laughs, there are also some heart warming songs about aliens, monsters and refusing to cat sit for your Mother. Recorded with the same dream team that brought us Hi Dudes! and Thank You For Being A Friend, Mission Accomplished was recorded and produced by Paul Linklater (Bidiniband) and Stephen Macleod (Windom Earle). He also some how managed to get a special guest appearance by certified Canadian indie rock royalty, Mike ONeill. It seems that even though it may sound a death knell for their own careers, real musicians still dont mind making BA look good. BA has been playing music since the late 1950s; his biggest success coming as the leader of the cover band BA and the Chuds in the early 1970s, who many believe greatly influenced Canadian favs Doug and the Slugs. After receiving the Juno Award for best hard rock record in 1985, BA actually returned the award when he found out he would have to pay for it. When not touring Canada, BA lives at home in Hamilton ON with his Mother, Father and beloved pet Mr. Whiskers.
Email: kpppromo@gmail.com
Web Site: https://www.facebook.com/events/575450209250378/

Nov 22, 2014 - Nov 30, 2014
Where? Octave Theatre
Cost: Adult: $28 Child: $20 Senior: $25
Description: The Kingston Meistersingers are proud to present their fall production, Don Harrons beloved Canadian musical Anne of Green Gables at the Octave Theatre (711 Dalton Avenue). Performances will run November 20-22, and November 27-29 at 7:30 pm, with matinees at 2:00 pm on November 23rd and 30th. Tickets are $28.00 adults, $25 senior citizens, $20 students & children and can be purchased at the door of the Octave, or at Novel Idea Book Store (156 Princess Street), or the Grand Theatre Box Office, or by phone 613 530-2050. For sales online, please go to www.meistersingers.ca or www.kingstongrand.ca/tickets For further information, group sales, or special discount night pricing, please call Liane Penny at 613 449-0235 or visit www.meistersingers.ca
Email: info@meistersingers.ca
Tel: 613 449-0235
Web Site: http://www.meistersingers.ca

Theatre Kingston's VENUS in FUR - Nov 22, 2014 - Dec 07, 2014
Where? The Isabel
Cost: Adult: $29 Child: $0 Senior: $22
Description: Venus in Fur By David Ives While its as funny as any play currently on Broadway, Venus in Fur, & is also something darker, stranger and altogether more delicious.  The New York Times Tony Award Winner for Best Play November 20th- December 7th, 2014 Director Brett Christopher * Starring Shane Carty * & Charlotte Gowdy* Stage Manager Bea Campbell* Assistant Stage Manager Alysse Szatkowski Set/Costume Designer Brandon Kleimann* Lighting Designer Michelle Ramsay Sound Designer Matt Rogalsky Production Manager Bill Penner Assistant Director Chris Blackwell *Artists appear courtesy of Canadian Actors Equity Association. Theatre Kingston is back for another exciting season in a brand new performing venue at the Isabel Bader Centre for the Performing Arts. The season begins with The Tony Award Winning Venus in Fur. A gripping and sexy play telling of a young actress who is determined to land the lead in a new play based on the classic erotic novel Venus in Fur. During her audition, she gets caught up in an electrifying game of cat and mouse with the director, blurring the line between fantasy and reality and testing the boundaries between dominance and submission. Performing in the Isabel Bader Centre for the Performing Arts. Learn more about Kingstons newest performing arts facility. Tickets: $19-$29 + fees and taxes. Available at the Isabel Bader Box Office Buy Tickets Online Hours: Monday  Friday, 12:30 pm  4:30 pm 613.533.2424 or 1.855.533.2424 boxoffice@theisabel.ca
Email: mike@theatrekingston.com
Tel: 613.533.2424
Web Site: http://www.theatrekingston.com

Paul Reddick Benefit Concert - Nov 22, 2014 - Nov 22, 2014
Where? TirnanOg Irish Pub 200 Ontario St
Cost: Adult: $12
Description: Great Blues for a Great Cause!! All proceeds benefit the Canadian Cancer Society Paul Reddick is a Canadian songwriter, singer, and harmonica player with three solo CDs (Villanelle, Revue, Sugarbird), and four earlier projects with The Sidemen. Juno and W.C. Handy Award nominated and a three-time Maple Blues Award winner, Reddick has always pushed the conventional blues envelope  he insists his new CD, Wishbone, is a soundtrack for dancing and sex. In many ways, Paul Reddick IS Wishbone, a mythical character who walks through the night, meets all the lonely people, discovers strangers in strange places, and keeps moving.
Email: lemire.dan@gmail.com
Tel: 6135447474
Web Site: http://www.eventbrite.ca/e/paul-wishbone-reddick-benefit-concert-tickets-13773010445?aff=eac2

Triola in Concert - Nov 23, 2014 - Nov 23, 2014
Where? Glenburnie United Church, 1028 Unity Rd.,Glenburnie
Cost: Adult: $15 Child: $15 Senior: $15
Description: Sunday, November 23rd, 7.30 p.m. Glenburnie United Church, 1028 Unity Road presents TRIOLA IN CONCERT. These principal players with the Kingston Symphony, Giselle Dalbec, Melinda Raymond and Eileen Beaudette play everything from classical to sacred, rock to waltzes, Celtic jigs/reels and popular music. Tickets $15.00. Light refreshments. Proceeds to provide funding for the hand bell choir. For more information, please call Kelly Ph: 613 547 8169.
Email: guc@kingston.net
Tel: 613-542-4773

Nov 23, 2014 - Nov 30, 2014
Where? Octave Theatre
Cost: Adult: $28 Child: $20 Senior: $25
Description: The Kingston Meistersingers are proud to present their fall production, Don Harrons beloved Canadian musical Anne of Green Gables at the Octave Theatre (711 Dalton Avenue). Performances will run November 20-22, and November 27-29 at 7:30 pm, with matinees at 2:00 pm on November 23rd and 30th. Tickets are $28.00 adults, $25 senior citizens, $20 students & children and can be purchased at the door of the Octave, or at Novel Idea Book Store (156 Princess Street), or the Grand Theatre Box Office, or by phone 613 530-2050. For sales online, please go to www.meistersingers.ca or www.kingstongrand.ca/tickets For further information, group sales, or special discount night pricing, please call Liane Penny at 613 449-0235 or visit www.meistersingers.ca
Email: info@meistersingers.ca
Tel: 613 449-0235
Web Site: http://www.meistersingers.ca

Theatre Kingston's VENUS in FUR - Nov 23, 2014 - Dec 07, 2014
Where? The Isabel
Cost: Adult: $29 Child: $0 Senior: $22
Description: Venus in Fur By David Ives While its as funny as any play currently on Broadway, Venus in Fur, & is also something darker, stranger and altogether more delicious.  The New York Times Tony Award Winner for Best Play November 20th- December 7th, 2014 Director Brett Christopher * Starring Shane Carty * & Charlotte Gowdy* Stage Manager Bea Campbell* Assistant Stage Manager Alysse Szatkowski Set/Costume Designer Brandon Kleimann* Lighting Designer Michelle Ramsay Sound Designer Matt Rogalsky Production Manager Bill Penner Assistant Director Chris Blackwell *Artists appear courtesy of Canadian Actors Equity Association. Theatre Kingston is back for another exciting season in a brand new performing venue at the Isabel Bader Centre for the Performing Arts. The season begins with The Tony Award Winning Venus in Fur. A gripping and sexy play telling of a young actress who is determined to land the lead in a new play based on the classic erotic novel Venus in Fur. During her audition, she gets caught up in an electrifying game of cat and mouse with the director, blurring the line between fantasy and reality and testing the boundaries between dominance and submission. Performing in the Isabel Bader Centre for the Performing Arts. Learn more about Kingstons newest performing arts facility. Tickets: $19-$29 + fees and taxes. Available at the Isabel Bader Box Office Buy Tickets Online Hours: Monday  Friday, 12:30 pm  4:30 pm 613.533.2424 or 1.855.533.2424 boxoffice@theisabel.ca
Email: mike@theatrekingston.com
Tel: 613.533.2424
Web Site: http://www.theatrekingston.com

Nov 24, 2014 - Nov 30, 2014
Where? Octave Theatre
Cost: Adult: $28 Child: $20 Senior: $25
Description: The Kingston Meistersingers are proud to present their fall production, Don Harrons beloved Canadian musical Anne of Green Gables at the Octave Theatre (711 Dalton Avenue). Performances will run November 20-22, and November 27-29 at 7:30 pm, with matinees at 2:00 pm on November 23rd and 30th. Tickets are $28.00 adults, $25 senior citizens, $20 students & children and can be purchased at the door of the Octave, or at Novel Idea Book Store (156 Princess Street), or the Grand Theatre Box Office, or by phone 613 530-2050. For sales online, please go to www.meistersingers.ca or www.kingstongrand.ca/tickets For further information, group sales, or special discount night pricing, please call Liane Penny at 613 449-0235 or visit www.meistersingers.ca
Email: info@meistersingers.ca
Tel: 613 449-0235
Web Site: http://www.meistersingers.ca

Theatre Kingston's VENUS in FUR - Nov 24, 2014 - Dec 07, 2014
Where? The Isabel
Cost: Adult: $29 Child: $0 Senior: $22
Description: Venus in Fur By David Ives While its as funny as any play currently on Broadway, Venus in Fur, & is also something darker, stranger and altogether more delicious.  The New York Times Tony Award Winner for Best Play November 20th- December 7th, 2014 Director Brett Christopher * Starring Shane Carty * & Charlotte Gowdy* Stage Manager Bea Campbell* Assistant Stage Manager Alysse Szatkowski Set/Costume Designer Brandon Kleimann* Lighting Designer Michelle Ramsay Sound Designer Matt Rogalsky Production Manager Bill Penner Assistant Director Chris Blackwell *Artists appear courtesy of Canadian Actors Equity Association. Theatre Kingston is back for another exciting season in a brand new performing venue at the Isabel Bader Centre for the Performing Arts. The season begins with The Tony Award Winning Venus in Fur. A gripping and sexy play telling of a young actress who is determined to land the lead in a new play based on the classic erotic novel Venus in Fur. During her audition, she gets caught up in an electrifying game of cat and mouse with the director, blurring the line between fantasy and reality and testing the boundaries between dominance and submission. Performing in the Isabel Bader Centre for the Performing Arts. Learn more about Kingstons newest performing arts facility. Tickets: $19-$29 + fees and taxes. Available at the Isabel Bader Box Office Buy Tickets Online Hours: Monday  Friday, 12:30 pm  4:30 pm 613.533.2424 or 1.855.533.2424 boxoffice@theisabel.ca
Email: mike@theatrekingston.com
Tel: 613.533.2424
Web Site: http://www.theatrekingston.com

Nov 25, 2014 - Nov 30, 2014
Where? Octave Theatre
Cost: Adult: $28 Child: $20 Senior: $25
Description: The Kingston Meistersingers are proud to present their fall production, Don Harrons beloved Canadian musical Anne of Green Gables at the Octave Theatre (711 Dalton Avenue). Performances will run November 20-22, and November 27-29 at 7:30 pm, with matinees at 2:00 pm on November 23rd and 30th. Tickets are $28.00 adults, $25 senior citizens, $20 students & children and can be purchased at the door of the Octave, or at Novel Idea Book Store (156 Princess Street), or the Grand Theatre Box Office, or by phone 613 530-2050. For sales online, please go to www.meistersingers.ca or www.kingstongrand.ca/tickets For further information, group sales, or special discount night pricing, please call Liane Penny at 613 449-0235 or visit www.meistersingers.ca
Email: info@meistersingers.ca
Tel: 613 449-0235
Web Site: http://www.meistersingers.ca

Theatre Kingston's VENUS in FUR - Nov 25, 2014 - Dec 07, 2014
Where? The Isabel
Cost: Adult: $29 Child: $0 Senior: $22
Description: Venus in Fur By David Ives While its as funny as any play currently on Broadway, Venus in Fur, & is also something darker, stranger and altogether more delicious.  The New York Times Tony Award Winner for Best Play November 20th- December 7th, 2014 Director Brett Christopher * Starring Shane Carty * & Charlotte Gowdy* Stage Manager Bea Campbell* Assistant Stage Manager Alysse Szatkowski Set/Costume Designer Brandon Kleimann* Lighting Designer Michelle Ramsay Sound Designer Matt Rogalsky Production Manager Bill Penner Assistant Director Chris Blackwell *Artists appear courtesy of Canadian Actors Equity Association. Theatre Kingston is back for another exciting season in a brand new performing venue at the Isabel Bader Centre for the Performing Arts. The season begins with The Tony Award Winning Venus in Fur. A gripping and sexy play telling of a young actress who is determined to land the lead in a new play based on the classic erotic novel Venus in Fur. During her audition, she gets caught up in an electrifying game of cat and mouse with the director, blurring the line between fantasy and reality and testing the boundaries between dominance and submission. Performing in the Isabel Bader Centre for the Performing Arts. Learn more about Kingstons newest performing arts facility. Tickets: $19-$29 + fees and taxes. Available at the Isabel Bader Box Office Buy Tickets Online Hours: Monday  Friday, 12:30 pm  4:30 pm 613.533.2424 or 1.855.533.2424 boxoffice@theisabel.ca
Email: mike@theatrekingston.com
Tel: 613.533.2424
Web Site: http://www.theatrekingston.com

Cyrano at the Baby Grand - Nov 26, 2014 - Nov 29, 2014
Where? Grand Theatre 218 Princess St. kingston, ON
Cost: Adult: $25 Child: $25 Senior: $25
Description: A story of of unrequited love, passion and ultimately tragedy, Bottle Tree Productions presents Cyrano by Jo Roets at the Baby Grand Theatre at 218 Princess Street, Kingston, Ontario. Nov 26, 27, 28, 29 (Wed through Sat) at 7:30 pm with a Saturday matinee Nov 29th at 3 pm. Directed by Aimie Bello and starring Martin Fobert, Justin Robertson and Hannah Smith Taken from the classic 1897 French play Cyrano de Bergerac by Edmond Rostand, Belgian playwright Jo Roets creates a slimmed down version of the classic tale, with only three actors playing all the parts in this charming adaptation. The play is based on the real-life 17th century poet and swordsman of the same name. The story; Cyrano loves the beautiful Roxanne. He is a gifted man of substance who possesses great virtue and talent. He has everything going for him but for a huge physical flaw, a very large nose. Because of this, he fears revealing his love to her because he doesn't think she could ever get past his looks to love him. He also knows she loves the handsome Christian. Cyrano befriends Christian, who similarly feels inadequate. While Christians defining features are his good looks, he too has a big flaw. He lacks intelligence. He is totally unable to verbalize his thoughts and feelings to Roxanne. He asks the literate Cyrano to write love letters to her for him. Cyrano agrees and so the story unfolds. An entertaining feature of Cyrano is the use of unique sound effects onstage-delivered in original and delightful ways by each of the characters as the scenes require. A wonderful retelling of the Beauty and the Beast myth. The Baby Grand Theatre is located upstairs in The Grand Theatre building. Tickets are $25 plus handling fee and HST. Seating is general admission. Doors open at 7 p.m. Tickets are available at the Grand Theatre Box Office at 218 Princess Street. Phone: 613-530-2050 Email grandtheatre2@cityofkingston.ca website kingstongrand.ca
Email: grandtheatre2@cityofkingston.ca
Tel: 613-530-2050
Web Site: http://kingstongrand.caevent/cyrano

Nov 26, 2014 - Nov 30, 2014
Where? Octave Theatre
Cost: Adult: $28 Child: $20 Senior: $25
Description: The Kingston Meistersingers are proud to present their fall production, Don Harrons beloved Canadian musical Anne of Green Gables at the Octave Theatre (711 Dalton Avenue). Performances will run November 20-22, and November 27-29 at 7:30 pm, with matinees at 2:00 pm on November 23rd and 30th. Tickets are $28.00 adults, $25 senior citizens, $20 students & children and can be purchased at the door of the Octave, or at Novel Idea Book Store (156 Princess Street), or the Grand Theatre Box Office, or by phone 613 530-2050. For sales online, please go to www.meistersingers.ca or www.kingstongrand.ca/tickets For further information, group sales, or special discount night pricing, please call Liane Penny at 613 449-0235 or visit www.meistersingers.ca
Email: info@meistersingers.ca
Tel: 613 449-0235
Web Site: http://www.meistersingers.ca

THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST - presented by Queen's Vagabond - Nov 26, 2014 - Nov 29, 2014
Where? Rotunda Theatre, Theological Hall. 85 Stuart Street
Cost: Adult: $15 Child: $15 Senior: $15
Description: Queens Vagabond presents THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST by Oscar Wilde November 26-29 at 8pm November 29 at 2pm (Apprentice Cast) In the Rotunda Theatre of Theological Hall 85 Stuart Street Tickets $15, available at Tricolour Outlet or at the door As part of their mandate to make classical theatre, Queens Vagabond is presenting The Importance of Being Earnest by Oscar Wilde. This show is a classical comedy piece revolving around love, secrets, and mistaken identities. There will be performances at 8 pm from November 26 to November 29, 2014. Queens Vagabond also runs an apprenticeship program, featuring up-and-coming young students. At 2pm on November 29, there will be a performance by our Apprentice cast. Tickets for this performance will be $15. Tickets can be purchased at the door, or from Tricolour outlet in the John Deutsch University Centre at Queens. Seating is general admission in the Rotunda theatre in Theological Hall at Queens University, located at 85 Stuart Street. For more information, please contact queensvagabond@gmail.com https://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Importance-of-Being-Earnest-A-Trivial-Comedy-for-Serious-People/1550042425226373
Email: queensvagabond@gmail.com
Web Site: https://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Importance-of-Being-Earnest-A-Trivial-Comedy-for-Serious-People/1550042425226373

Theatre Kingston's VENUS in FUR - Nov 26, 2014 - Dec 07, 2014
Where? The Isabel
Cost: Adult: $29 Child: $0 Senior: $22
Description: Venus in Fur By David Ives While its as funny as any play currently on Broadway, Venus in Fur, & is also something darker, stranger and altogether more delicious.  The New York Times Tony Award Winner for Best Play November 20th- December 7th, 2014 Director Brett Christopher * Starring Shane Carty * & Charlotte Gowdy* Stage Manager Bea Campbell* Assistant Stage Manager Alysse Szatkowski Set/Costume Designer Brandon Kleimann* Lighting Designer Michelle Ramsay Sound Designer Matt Rogalsky Production Manager Bill Penner Assistant Director Chris Blackwell *Artists appear courtesy of Canadian Actors Equity Association. Theatre Kingston is back for another exciting season in a brand new performing venue at the Isabel Bader Centre for the Performing Arts. The season begins with The Tony Award Winning Venus in Fur. A gripping and sexy play telling of a young actress who is determined to land the lead in a new play based on the classic erotic novel Venus in Fur. During her audition, she gets caught up in an electrifying game of cat and mouse with the director, blurring the line between fantasy and reality and testing the boundaries between dominance and submission. Performing in the Isabel Bader Centre for the Performing Arts. Learn more about Kingstons newest performing arts facility. Tickets: $19-$29 + fees and taxes. Available at the Isabel Bader Box Office Buy Tickets Online Hours: Monday  Friday, 12:30 pm  4:30 pm 613.533.2424 or 1.855.533.2424 boxoffice@theisabel.ca
Email: mike@theatrekingston.com
Tel: 613.533.2424
Web Site: http://www.theatrekingston.com

Cyrano at the Baby Grand - Nov 27, 2014 - Nov 29, 2014
Where? Grand Theatre 218 Princess St. kingston, ON
Cost: Adult: $25 Child: $25 Senior: $25
Description: A story of of unrequited love, passion and ultimately tragedy, Bottle Tree Productions presents Cyrano by Jo Roets at the Baby Grand Theatre at 218 Princess Street, Kingston, Ontario. Nov 26, 27, 28, 29 (Wed through Sat) at 7:30 pm with a Saturday matinee Nov 29th at 3 pm. Directed by Aimie Bello and starring Martin Fobert, Justin Robertson and Hannah Smith Taken from the classic 1897 French play Cyrano de Bergerac by Edmond Rostand, Belgian playwright Jo Roets creates a slimmed down version of the classic tale, with only three actors playing all the parts in this charming adaptation. The play is based on the real-life 17th century poet and swordsman of the same name. The story; Cyrano loves the beautiful Roxanne. He is a gifted man of substance who possesses great virtue and talent. He has everything going for him but for a huge physical flaw, a very large nose. Because of this, he fears revealing his love to her because he doesn't think she could ever get past his looks to love him. He also knows she loves the handsome Christian. Cyrano befriends Christian, who similarly feels inadequate. While Christians defining features are his good looks, he too has a big flaw. He lacks intelligence. He is totally unable to verbalize his thoughts and feelings to Roxanne. He asks the literate Cyrano to write love letters to her for him. Cyrano agrees and so the story unfolds. An entertaining feature of Cyrano is the use of unique sound effects onstage-delivered in original and delightful ways by each of the characters as the scenes require. A wonderful retelling of the Beauty and the Beast myth. The Baby Grand Theatre is located upstairs in The Grand Theatre building. Tickets are $25 plus handling fee and HST. Seating is general admission. Doors open at 7 p.m. Tickets are available at the Grand Theatre Box Office at 218 Princess Street. Phone: 613-530-2050 Email grandtheatre2@cityofkingston.ca website kingstongrand.ca
Email: grandtheatre2@cityofkingston.ca
Tel: 613-530-2050
Web Site: http://kingstongrand.caevent/cyrano

Nov 27, 2014 - Nov 30, 2014
Where? Octave Theatre
Cost: Adult: $28 Child: $20 Senior: $25
Description: The Kingston Meistersingers are proud to present their fall production, Don Harrons beloved Canadian musical Anne of Green Gables at the Octave Theatre (711 Dalton Avenue). Performances will run November 20-22, and November 27-29 at 7:30 pm, with matinees at 2:00 pm on November 23rd and 30th. Tickets are $28.00 adults, $25 senior citizens, $20 students & children and can be purchased at the door of the Octave, or at Novel Idea Book Store (156 Princess Street), or the Grand Theatre Box Office, or by phone 613 530-2050. For sales online, please go to www.meistersingers.ca or www.kingstongrand.ca/tickets For further information, group sales, or special discount night pricing, please call Liane Penny at 613 449-0235 or visit www.meistersingers.ca
Email: info@meistersingers.ca
Tel: 613 449-0235
Web Site: http://www.meistersingers.ca

THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST - presented by Queen's Vagabond - Nov 27, 2014 - Nov 29, 2014
Where? Rotunda Theatre, Theological Hall. 85 Stuart Street
Cost: Adult: $15 Child: $15 Senior: $15
Description: Queens Vagabond presents THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST by Oscar Wilde November 26-29 at 8pm November 29 at 2pm (Apprentice Cast) In the Rotunda Theatre of Theological Hall 85 Stuart Street Tickets $15, available at Tricolour Outlet or at the door As part of their mandate to make classical theatre, Queens Vagabond is presenting The Importance of Being Earnest by Oscar Wilde. This show is a classical comedy piece revolving around love, secrets, and mistaken identities. There will be performances at 8 pm from November 26 to November 29, 2014. Queens Vagabond also runs an apprenticeship program, featuring up-and-coming young students. At 2pm on November 29, there will be a performance by our Apprentice cast. Tickets for this performance will be $15. Tickets can be purchased at the door, or from Tricolour outlet in the John Deutsch University Centre at Queens. Seating is general admission in the Rotunda theatre in Theological Hall at Queens University, located at 85 Stuart Street. For more information, please contact queensvagabond@gmail.com https://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Importance-of-Being-Earnest-A-Trivial-Comedy-for-Serious-People/1550042425226373
Email: queensvagabond@gmail.com
Web Site: https://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Importance-of-Being-Earnest-A-Trivial-Comedy-for-Serious-People/1550042425226373

RARE - Nov 27, 2014 - Dec 06, 2014
Where? THE BOX, 237 Wellington Street, Kingston, ON
Cost: Adult: $10 Child: $10 Senior: $10
Description: Produced by Hart Centre and Box Productions( Created by Judith Thompson( Adapted and Directed by Kathryn MacKay( Performed by Jacob Ballantyne, Kevin Beauregard, Natasha Daw, Anna Gervais, Ashaya Garrett, Nathan Sikkema, and Erin Bennett When Rare debuted at the Toronto Fringe Festival stage, it received countless standing ovations and a spot in Best of Fringe. A Toronto Star theatre reviewer wrote, I dont remember ever seeing anything quite like this before. Rare isnt just rare, its unique. This November, Hart Centre and Box Productions are excited to stage this compelling adaptation for Kingston audiences. This adaptation features seven remarkable local performers, all with Down Syndrome, who utilize dance, music, mask and story telling in order to explore what it is like to live in a world in which people like themselves are becoming rarer and rarer. Their very personal stories, supported and illuminated with the use of poetry and classical literature, range from tragic to wildly funny, always beating with a loving and generous heart. The professional show will feature an original set design by award winning set designer Steve Lucas, original music and music direction by acclaimed musician David Archibald, and choreography by renowned inclusive dance educator Melissa Mahady Wilton. RARE was first produced at the Toronto Fringe Festival in July 2012 and remounted at the Young Centre for the Performing Arts in January 2013, with the following cast: (Created and directed by Judith Thompson (Performed by Sarah Carney, Dylan Harman, James Hazlett, Nick Herd, Suzanne Love, Mike Liu, Nada Mayla, Krystal Nausbaum, and Andreas Prinz with musician Victoria Carr (Produced by RARE Theatre Company( Featuring nine performers all with Down Syndrome telling their true stories in their own words. Show Times: (Thursday, Nov 27- Saturday, Nov 29 at 7 PM. Thursday, December 4  Saturday, December 6 at 7 PM.( Matinees: Saturday, Nov 29 and Sunday, Nov 30 at 2PM.( Able Artists Talkback: Saturday, December 6 at 2 PM. Join us for a post-show chat after a matinee performance of RARE. Learn more about approaches to inclusive theatre. Pricing: Adults $10( Venue: THE BOX at Hart Centre, 237 Wellington Street( How to Buy: Call the Box Office at 613-545-1392 Follow the Show: www.facebook.com/RareKingston Special thanks to the Canada Council for the Arts, Ontario Arts Council, and the City of Kingston Arts Fund.
Email: hartinfo@hartschool.ca
Tel: 613-545-1392
Web Site: http://www.hartschool.ca/rare

Theatre Kingston's VENUS in FUR - Nov 27, 2014 - Dec 07, 2014
Where? The Isabel
Cost: Adult: $29 Child: $0 Senior: $22
Description: Venus in Fur By David Ives While its as funny as any play currently on Broadway, Venus in Fur, & is also something darker, stranger and altogether more delicious.  The New York Times Tony Award Winner for Best Play November 20th- December 7th, 2014 Director Brett Christopher * Starring Shane Carty * & Charlotte Gowdy* Stage Manager Bea Campbell* Assistant Stage Manager Alysse Szatkowski Set/Costume Designer Brandon Kleimann* Lighting Designer Michelle Ramsay Sound Designer Matt Rogalsky Production Manager Bill Penner Assistant Director Chris Blackwell *Artists appear courtesy of Canadian Actors Equity Association. Theatre Kingston is back for another exciting season in a brand new performing venue at the Isabel Bader Centre for the Performing Arts. The season begins with The Tony Award Winning Venus in Fur. A gripping and sexy play telling of a young actress who is determined to land the lead in a new play based on the classic erotic novel Venus in Fur. During her audition, she gets caught up in an electrifying game of cat and mouse with the director, blurring the line between fantasy and reality and testing the boundaries between dominance and submission. Performing in the Isabel Bader Centre for the Performing Arts. Learn more about Kingstons newest performing arts facility. Tickets: $19-$29 + fees and taxes. Available at the Isabel Bader Box Office Buy Tickets Online Hours: Monday  Friday, 12:30 pm  4:30 pm 613.533.2424 or 1.855.533.2424 boxoffice@theisabel.ca
Email: mike@theatrekingston.com
Tel: 613.533.2424
Web Site: http://www.theatrekingston.com

THE DEVIN CUDDY BAND + guests @ The Mansion - Nov 27, 2014 - Nov 27, 2014
Where? The Mansion
Cost: Adult: $10 Child: $10 Senior: $10
Description: KPP Concerts/ CFRC 101.9 present: THE DEVIN CUDDY BAND (Toronto/ Blues/Rock/ Cameron House Records) http://www.devincuddy.com + guests TBA Thursday November 27, 2014 @ The Mansion, 506 Princess St. Kingston, ON 19+// Doors 9pm// $10 adv. Advance tickets available at The Mansion, Brian's Record Option, Tricolour Outlet and online at www.ticketscene.ca ADVANCE TICKETS AVAILABLE MONDAY! www.kppconcerts.com www.twitter.com/kppconcerts *** A lanky young man sits at a battered piano in a dark, cramped club. His hair falls in large sweaty tussles over his eyes. As he kicks his band into the immortal Mystery Train, he tosses back those curls while cocking his head toward the crowd, Jerry Lee Lewis-style. The setting could indeed be Memphis or New Orleans in 1959, but this is Toronto in 2013 where a new generation has picked up rock and rolls torch. Not in any kind of fashion sense, mind you, but in a spiritual sense, chasing the rhythm with pure heart and soul. Devin Cuddy has always made music his way, and some might argue, the hard way. As the son of one of Canadas most beloved singer/songwriters, Blue Rodeos Jim Cuddy, country rock has been the soundtrack to Devins entire lifehe was born the same week Blue Rodeo began recording its 1987 debut album, Outskirts. But from the moment Devin was drawn to playing music, he was determined to get as close as possible to the sources of all the sounds he loved, whether they were made by rock and rolls founding fathers, the Grand Ole Oprys honky tonk heroes, or Jelly Roll Morton and the kings of jazz.
Email: kpppromo@gmail.com
Web Site: https://www.facebook.com/events/714829011936162/

Cyrano at the Baby Grand - Nov 28, 2014 - Nov 29, 2014
Where? Grand Theatre 218 Princess St. kingston, ON
Cost: Adult: $25 Child: $25 Senior: $25
Description: A story of of unrequited love, passion and ultimately tragedy, Bottle Tree Productions presents Cyrano by Jo Roets at the Baby Grand Theatre at 218 Princess Street, Kingston, Ontario. Nov 26, 27, 28, 29 (Wed through Sat) at 7:30 pm with a Saturday matinee Nov 29th at 3 pm. Directed by Aimie Bello and starring Martin Fobert, Justin Robertson and Hannah Smith Taken from the classic 1897 French play Cyrano de Bergerac by Edmond Rostand, Belgian playwright Jo Roets creates a slimmed down version of the classic tale, with only three actors playing all the parts in this charming adaptation. The play is based on the real-life 17th century poet and swordsman of the same name. The story; Cyrano loves the beautiful Roxanne. He is a gifted man of substance who possesses great virtue and talent. He has everything going for him but for a huge physical flaw, a very large nose. Because of this, he fears revealing his love to her because he doesn't think she could ever get past his looks to love him. He also knows she loves the handsome Christian. Cyrano befriends Christian, who similarly feels inadequate. While Christians defining features are his good looks, he too has a big flaw. He lacks intelligence. He is totally unable to verbalize his thoughts and feelings to Roxanne. He asks the literate Cyrano to write love letters to her for him. Cyrano agrees and so the story unfolds. An entertaining feature of Cyrano is the use of unique sound effects onstage-delivered in original and delightful ways by each of the characters as the scenes require. A wonderful retelling of the Beauty and the Beast myth. The Baby Grand Theatre is located upstairs in The Grand Theatre building. Tickets are $25 plus handling fee and HST. Seating is general admission. Doors open at 7 p.m. Tickets are available at the Grand Theatre Box Office at 218 Princess Street. Phone: 613-530-2050 Email grandtheatre2@cityofkingston.ca website kingstongrand.ca
Email: grandtheatre2@cityofkingston.ca
Tel: 613-530-2050
Web Site: http://kingstongrand.caevent/cyrano

Nov 28, 2014 - Nov 30, 2014
Where? Octave Theatre
Cost: Adult: $28 Child: $20 Senior: $25
Description: The Kingston Meistersingers are proud to present their fall production, Don Harrons beloved Canadian musical Anne of Green Gables at the Octave Theatre (711 Dalton Avenue). Performances will run November 20-22, and November 27-29 at 7:30 pm, with matinees at 2:00 pm on November 23rd and 30th. Tickets are $28.00 adults, $25 senior citizens, $20 students & children and can be purchased at the door of the Octave, or at Novel Idea Book Store (156 Princess Street), or the Grand Theatre Box Office, or by phone 613 530-2050. For sales online, please go to www.meistersingers.ca or www.kingstongrand.ca/tickets For further information, group sales, or special discount night pricing, please call Liane Penny at 613 449-0235 or visit www.meistersingers.ca
Email: info@meistersingers.ca
Tel: 613 449-0235
Web Site: http://www.meistersingers.ca

THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST - presented by Queen's Vagabond - Nov 28, 2014 - Nov 29, 2014
Where? Rotunda Theatre, Theological Hall. 85 Stuart Street
Cost: Adult: $15 Child: $15 Senior: $15
Description: Queens Vagabond presents THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST by Oscar Wilde November 26-29 at 8pm November 29 at 2pm (Apprentice Cast) In the Rotunda Theatre of Theological Hall 85 Stuart Street Tickets $15, available at Tricolour Outlet or at the door As part of their mandate to make classical theatre, Queens Vagabond is presenting The Importance of Being Earnest by Oscar Wilde. This show is a classical comedy piece revolving around love, secrets, and mistaken identities. There will be performances at 8 pm from November 26 to November 29, 2014. Queens Vagabond also runs an apprenticeship program, featuring up-and-coming young students. At 2pm on November 29, there will be a performance by our Apprentice cast. Tickets for this performance will be $15. Tickets can be purchased at the door, or from Tricolour outlet in the John Deutsch University Centre at Queens. Seating is general admission in the Rotunda theatre in Theological Hall at Queens University, located at 85 Stuart Street. For more information, please contact queensvagabond@gmail.com https://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Importance-of-Being-Earnest-A-Trivial-Comedy-for-Serious-People/1550042425226373
Email: queensvagabond@gmail.com
Web Site: https://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Importance-of-Being-Earnest-A-Trivial-Comedy-for-Serious-People/1550042425226373

RARE - Nov 28, 2014 - Dec 06, 2014
Where? THE BOX, 237 Wellington Street, Kingston, ON
Cost: Adult: $10 Child: $10 Senior: $10
Description: Produced by Hart Centre and Box Productions( Created by Judith Thompson( Adapted and Directed by Kathryn MacKay( Performed by Jacob Ballantyne, Kevin Beauregard, Natasha Daw, Anna Gervais, Ashaya Garrett, Nathan Sikkema, and Erin Bennett When Rare debuted at the Toronto Fringe Festival stage, it received countless standing ovations and a spot in Best of Fringe. A Toronto Star theatre reviewer wrote, I dont remember ever seeing anything quite like this before. Rare isnt just rare, its unique. This November, Hart Centre and Box Productions are excited to stage this compelling adaptation for Kingston audiences. This adaptation features seven remarkable local performers, all with Down Syndrome, who utilize dance, music, mask and story telling in order to explore what it is like to live in a world in which people like themselves are becoming rarer and rarer. Their very personal stories, supported and illuminated with the use of poetry and classical literature, range from tragic to wildly funny, always beating with a loving and generous heart. The professional show will feature an original set design by award winning set designer Steve Lucas, original music and music direction by acclaimed musician David Archibald, and choreography by renowned inclusive dance educator Melissa Mahady Wilton. RARE was first produced at the Toronto Fringe Festival in July 2012 and remounted at the Young Centre for the Performing Arts in January 2013, with the following cast: (Created and directed by Judith Thompson (Performed by Sarah Carney, Dylan Harman, James Hazlett, Nick Herd, Suzanne Love, Mike Liu, Nada Mayla, Krystal Nausbaum, and Andreas Prinz with musician Victoria Carr (Produced by RARE Theatre Company( Featuring nine performers all with Down Syndrome telling their true stories in their own words. Show Times: (Thursday, Nov 27- Saturday, Nov 29 at 7 PM. Thursday, December 4  Saturday, December 6 at 7 PM.( Matinees: Saturday, Nov 29 and Sunday, Nov 30 at 2PM.( Able Artists Talkback: Saturday, December 6 at 2 PM. Join us for a post-show chat after a matinee performance of RARE. Learn more about approaches to inclusive theatre. Pricing: Adults $10( Venue: THE BOX at Hart Centre, 237 Wellington Street( How to Buy: Call the Box Office at 613-545-1392 Follow the Show: www.facebook.com/RareKingston Special thanks to the Canada Council for the Arts, Ontario Arts Council, and the City of Kingston Arts Fund.
Email: hartinfo@hartschool.ca
Tel: 613-545-1392
Web Site: http://www.hartschool.ca/rare

Theatre Kingston's VENUS in FUR - Nov 28, 2014 - Dec 07, 2014
Where? The Isabel
Cost: Adult: $29 Child: $0 Senior: $22
Description: Venus in Fur By David Ives While its as funny as any play currently on Broadway, Venus in Fur, & is also something darker, stranger and altogether more delicious.  The New York Times Tony Award Winner for Best Play November 20th- December 7th, 2014 Director Brett Christopher * Starring Shane Carty * & Charlotte Gowdy* Stage Manager Bea Campbell* Assistant Stage Manager Alysse Szatkowski Set/Costume Designer Brandon Kleimann* Lighting Designer Michelle Ramsay Sound Designer Matt Rogalsky Production Manager Bill Penner Assistant Director Chris Blackwell *Artists appear courtesy of Canadian Actors Equity Association. Theatre Kingston is back for another exciting season in a brand new performing venue at the Isabel Bader Centre for the Performing Arts. The season begins with The Tony Award Winning Venus in Fur. A gripping and sexy play telling of a young actress who is determined to land the lead in a new play based on the classic erotic novel Venus in Fur. During her audition, she gets caught up in an electrifying game of cat and mouse with the director, blurring the line between fantasy and reality and testing the boundaries between dominance and submission. Performing in the Isabel Bader Centre for the Performing Arts. Learn more about Kingstons newest performing arts facility. Tickets: $19-$29 + fees and taxes. Available at the Isabel Bader Box Office Buy Tickets Online Hours: Monday  Friday, 12:30 pm  4:30 pm 613.533.2424 or 1.855.533.2424 boxoffice@theisabel.ca
Email: mike@theatrekingston.com
Tel: 613.533.2424
Web Site: http://www.theatrekingston.com

CUFF THE DUKE, Gutter Honey, Outlaw Country @ The Mansion - Nov 28, 2014 - Nov 28, 2014
Where? The Mansion
Cost: Adult: $15 Child: $15 Senior: $15
Description: KPP Concerts/ CFRC 101.9 present: CUFF THE DUKE (Toronto/ Alt Rock/ Paper Bag Records) www.cufftheduke.ca + guests GUTTER HONEY *CD RELEASE* (Kingston/ Alt Rock) http://gutterhoney.bandcamp.com OUTLAW COUNTRY (Kingston/ Indie) Friday November 28, 2014 @ The Mansion, 506 Princess St. Kingston, ON 19+// Doors 9pm// $15 adv. Advance tickets available at The Mansion, Brian's Record Option, Tricolour Outlet and online: http://www.ticketscene.ca/events/11877 www.kppconcerts.com www.twitter.com/kppconcerts *** Cuff The Duke is excited to announce details of their new album, Union, which will be released in Canada on October 2nd, October 23rd in the US and October 29th in the UK on Paper Bag Records. As promised, Union is the second part of a two part album project that stared with the release of Morning Comes late last year. The two albums relate lyrically and visually. A number of the songs on the new album act as a response to the songs from Morning Comes. Unions Rise Above relates to Standing on the Edge and Something For Free relates to Time Is Right. Basia Bulat guests on album stand-outs Side By Side and Stay. On Union, we moved away from our usual-sounding song structures, rock solos and harmonies by adding more sonic textures, says the bands Wayne Petti. Morning Comes was more acoustic-based, this album is more electric-based. Instead of trying to find the perfect tone, it was more about exploring interesting sounds. Cuff the Duke started out in Oshawa before making the move to Toronto in 2002. Their debut album, Life Stories For Minimum Wage was released on Three Gut Records, at the time one of the most exciting indie-labels in Canada. Their second and third albums, Cuff The Duke and Sidelines And The City respectively, were both released on Hardwood Records alongside label mates Basia Bulat and Hayden. Their fourth album, Way Down Here was co-produced by Blue Rodeos Greg Keelor at his beautiful barn studio in rural Ontario and was Juno nominated for Adult Alternative Album of the Year. Their fifth album, and Paper Bag Records debut Morning Comes was also Juno nominated for Adult Alternative Album of the Year and was co-produced by Greg Keelor.
Email: kpppromo@gmail.com
Web Site: https://www.facebook.com/events/315903121948474/

Cyrano at the Baby Grand - Nov 29, 2014 - Nov 29, 2014
Where? Grand Theatre 218 Princess St. kingston, ON
Cost: Adult: $25 Child: $25 Senior: $25
Description: A story of of unrequited love, passion and ultimately tragedy, Bottle Tree Productions presents Cyrano by Jo Roets at the Baby Grand Theatre at 218 Princess Street, Kingston, Ontario. Nov 26, 27, 28, 29 (Wed through Sat) at 7:30 pm with a Saturday matinee Nov 29th at 3 pm. Directed by Aimie Bello and starring Martin Fobert, Justin Robertson and Hannah Smith Taken from the classic 1897 French play Cyrano de Bergerac by Edmond Rostand, Belgian playwright Jo Roets creates a slimmed down version of the classic tale, with only three actors playing all the parts in this charming adaptation. The play is based on the real-life 17th century poet and swordsman of the same name. The story; Cyrano loves the beautiful Roxanne. He is a gifted man of substance who possesses great virtue and talent. He has everything going for him but for a huge physical flaw, a very large nose. Because of this, he fears revealing his love to her because he doesn't think she could ever get past his looks to love him. He also knows she loves the handsome Christian. Cyrano befriends Christian, who similarly feels inadequate. While Christians defining features are his good looks, he too has a big flaw. He lacks intelligence. He is totally unable to verbalize his thoughts and feelings to Roxanne. He asks the literate Cyrano to write love letters to her for him. Cyrano agrees and so the story unfolds. An entertaining feature of Cyrano is the use of unique sound effects onstage-delivered in original and delightful ways by each of the characters as the scenes require. A wonderful retelling of the Beauty and the Beast myth. The Baby Grand Theatre is located upstairs in The Grand Theatre building. Tickets are $25 plus handling fee and HST. Seating is general admission. Doors open at 7 p.m. Tickets are available at the Grand Theatre Box Office at 218 Princess Street. Phone: 613-530-2050 Email grandtheatre2@cityofkingston.ca website kingstongrand.ca
Email: grandtheatre2@cityofkingston.ca
Tel: 613-530-2050
Web Site: http://kingstongrand.caevent/cyrano

Nov 29, 2014 - Nov 30, 2014
Where? Octave Theatre
Cost: Adult: $28 Child: $20 Senior: $25
Description: The Kingston Meistersingers are proud to present their fall production, Don Harrons beloved Canadian musical Anne of Green Gables at the Octave Theatre (711 Dalton Avenue). Performances will run November 20-22, and November 27-29 at 7:30 pm, with matinees at 2:00 pm on November 23rd and 30th. Tickets are $28.00 adults, $25 senior citizens, $20 students & children and can be purchased at the door of the Octave, or at Novel Idea Book Store (156 Princess Street), or the Grand Theatre Box Office, or by phone 613 530-2050. For sales online, please go to www.meistersingers.ca or www.kingstongrand.ca/tickets For further information, group sales, or special discount night pricing, please call Liane Penny at 613 449-0235 or visit www.meistersingers.ca
Email: info@meistersingers.ca
Tel: 613 449-0235
Web Site: http://www.meistersingers.ca

THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST - presented by Queen's Vagabond - Nov 29, 2014 - Nov 29, 2014
Where? Rotunda Theatre, Theological Hall. 85 Stuart Street
Cost: Adult: $15 Child: $15 Senior: $15
Description: Queens Vagabond presents THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST by Oscar Wilde November 26-29 at 8pm November 29 at 2pm (Apprentice Cast) In the Rotunda Theatre of Theological Hall 85 Stuart Street Tickets $15, available at Tricolour Outlet or at the door As part of their mandate to make classical theatre, Queens Vagabond is presenting The Importance of Being Earnest by Oscar Wilde. This show is a classical comedy piece revolving around love, secrets, and mistaken identities. There will be performances at 8 pm from November 26 to November 29, 2014. Queens Vagabond also runs an apprenticeship program, featuring up-and-coming young students. At 2pm on November 29, there will be a performance by our Apprentice cast. Tickets for this performance will be $15. Tickets can be purchased at the door, or from Tricolour outlet in the John Deutsch University Centre at Queens. Seating is general admission in the Rotunda theatre in Theological Hall at Queens University, located at 85 Stuart Street. For more information, please contact queensvagabond@gmail.com https://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Importance-of-Being-Earnest-A-Trivial-Comedy-for-Serious-People/1550042425226373
Email: queensvagabond@gmail.com
Web Site: https://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Importance-of-Being-Earnest-A-Trivial-Comedy-for-Serious-People/1550042425226373

LaSalle Causeway Swing Band Presents a Pre-Christmas Benefit Concert - Nov 29, 2014 - Nov 29, 2014
Where? St. Marks Lutheran Church (Corner of Earl and Victoria)
Cost:
Description: The LaSalle Causeway Swing Band, under the Musical Directorship of Mrs. Brooke Woboditsch, is pleased to present a pre-Christmas benefit concert featuring the vocals of Cliff Edwards, Diane Stapley, and 11-year-old, singer-songwriter, Jasmine Woboditsch. The concert will be held at St. Marks Lutheran Church, Kingston, ON, on Saturday, November 29, 2014 from 3:00 pm to 4:00 pm. There will be a free will offering and/or food bank donation. Proceeds will go to the Partners in Mission Food Bank. Donations will also be accepted for the Ebola Outbreak response through St. Marks Lutheran Church. The sixteen-member big band features selections from the jazz and big band eras with standards by Duke Ellington, Glenn Miller, and Louis Prima, with the addition of some fabulous Christmas favourites. Since its founding in 2010, the band has played regularly in a wide range of venues, including retirement residences and most recently as part of the Jammin in the Islands series at the Royal Canadian Legion in Gananoque. For further information and booking inquiries, please contact David Lysne at telephone: 613-389-9550, or e-mail: dlysne@sympatico.ca.
Email: dlysne@sympatico.ca
Tel: 613-389-9550

RARE - Nov 29, 2014 - Dec 06, 2014
Where? THE BOX, 237 Wellington Street, Kingston, ON
Cost: Adult: $10 Child: $10 Senior: $10
Description: Produced by Hart Centre and Box Productions( Created by Judith Thompson( Adapted and Directed by Kathryn MacKay( Performed by Jacob Ballantyne, Kevin Beauregard, Natasha Daw, Anna Gervais, Ashaya Garrett, Nathan Sikkema, and Erin Bennett When Rare debuted at the Toronto Fringe Festival stage, it received countless standing ovations and a spot in Best of Fringe. A Toronto Star theatre reviewer wrote, I dont remember ever seeing anything quite like this before. Rare isnt just rare, its unique. This November, Hart Centre and Box Productions are excited to stage this compelling adaptation for Kingston audiences. This adaptation features seven remarkable local performers, all with Down Syndrome, who utilize dance, music, mask and story telling in order to explore what it is like to live in a world in which people like themselves are becoming rarer and rarer. Their very personal stories, supported and illuminated with the use of poetry and classical literature, range from tragic to wildly funny, always beating with a loving and generous heart. The professional show will feature an original set design by award winning set designer Steve Lucas, original music and music direction by acclaimed musician David Archibald, and choreography by renowned inclusive dance educator Melissa Mahady Wilton. RARE was first produced at the Toronto Fringe Festival in July 2012 and remounted at the Young Centre for the Performing Arts in January 2013, with the following cast: (Created and directed by Judith Thompson (Performed by Sarah Carney, Dylan Harman, James Hazlett, Nick Herd, Suzanne Love, Mike Liu, Nada Mayla, Krystal Nausbaum, and Andreas Prinz with musician Victoria Carr (Produced by RARE Theatre Company( Featuring nine performers all with Down Syndrome telling their true stories in their own words. Show Times: (Thursday, Nov 27- Saturday, Nov 29 at 7 PM. Thursday, December 4  Saturday, December 6 at 7 PM.( Matinees: Saturday, Nov 29 and Sunday, Nov 30 at 2PM.( Able Artists Talkback: Saturday, December 6 at 2 PM. Join us for a post-show chat after a matinee performance of RARE. Learn more about approaches to inclusive theatre. Pricing: Adults $10( Venue: THE BOX at Hart Centre, 237 Wellington Street( How to Buy: Call the Box Office at 613-545-1392 Follow the Show: www.facebook.com/RareKingston Special thanks to the Canada Council for the Arts, Ontario Arts Council, and the City of Kingston Arts Fund.
Email: hartinfo@hartschool.ca
Tel: 613-545-1392
Web Site: http://www.hartschool.ca/rare

Theatre Kingston's VENUS in FUR - Nov 29, 2014 - Dec 07, 2014
Where? The Isabel
Cost: Adult: $29 Child: $0 Senior: $22
Description: Venus in Fur By David Ives While its as funny as any play currently on Broadway, Venus in Fur, & is also something darker, stranger and altogether more delicious.  The New York Times Tony Award Winner for Best Play November 20th- December 7th, 2014 Director Brett Christopher * Starring Shane Carty * & Charlotte Gowdy* Stage Manager Bea Campbell* Assistant Stage Manager Alysse Szatkowski Set/Costume Designer Brandon Kleimann* Lighting Designer Michelle Ramsay Sound Designer Matt Rogalsky Production Manager Bill Penner Assistant Director Chris Blackwell *Artists appear courtesy of Canadian Actors Equity Association. Theatre Kingston is back for another exciting season in a brand new performing venue at the Isabel Bader Centre for the Performing Arts. The season begins with The Tony Award Winning Venus in Fur. A gripping and sexy play telling of a young actress who is determined to land the lead in a new play based on the classic erotic novel Venus in Fur. During her audition, she gets caught up in an electrifying game of cat and mouse with the director, blurring the line between fantasy and reality and testing the boundaries between dominance and submission. Performing in the Isabel Bader Centre for the Performing Arts. Learn more about Kingstons newest performing arts facility. Tickets: $19-$29 + fees and taxes. Available at the Isabel Bader Box Office Buy Tickets Online Hours: Monday  Friday, 12:30 pm  4:30 pm 613.533.2424 or 1.855.533.2424 boxoffice@theisabel.ca
Email: mike@theatrekingston.com
Tel: 613.533.2424
Web Site: http://www.theatrekingston.com

Journey to Christmas with Frontenac Women's Chorus - Nov 29, 2014 - Nov 29, 2014
Where? Verona Free Methodist Church
Cost:
Description: ALL ABOARD!! The Frontenac Womens Chorus invite you to a Journey to Christmas - a sit-in-your-seat, international tour of traditional songs and carols of the coming season. Our Gift Basket draw to support the Food Bank will be part of the fun and refreshments will be served. Come join us on Saturday, November 29th, at the Verona Free Methodist Church, 7:30 PM. Admission is by Free-will Donation.
Email: katok1@yahoo.com

A Pete Seeger Songfest with Jim Scott - Nov 30, 2014 - Nov 30, 2014
Where? 206 Concession St Kingston ON
Cost: Adult: $15 Senior: $10
Description: Jim Scott collaborated on many projects with the folk legend and will lead a celebration of Pete's as well as his own songs of earth, justice and peace.
Email: KUF.ca
Tel: 613-544-8777

Nov 30, 2014 - Nov 30, 2014
Where? Octave Theatre
Cost: Adult: $28 Child: $20 Senior: $25
Description: The Kingston Meistersingers are proud to present their fall production, Don Harrons beloved Canadian musical Anne of Green Gables at the Octave Theatre (711 Dalton Avenue). Performances will run November 20-22, and November 27-29 at 7:30 pm, with matinees at 2:00 pm on November 23rd and 30th. Tickets are $28.00 adults, $25 senior citizens, $20 students & children and can be purchased at the door of the Octave, or at Novel Idea Book Store (156 Princess Street), or the Grand Theatre Box Office, or by phone 613 530-2050. For sales online, please go to www.meistersingers.ca or www.kingstongrand.ca/tickets For further information, group sales, or special discount night pricing, please call Liane Penny at 613 449-0235 or visit www.meistersingers.ca
Email: info@meistersingers.ca
Tel: 613 449-0235
Web Site: http://www.meistersingers.ca

RARE - Nov 30, 2014 - Dec 06, 2014
Where? THE BOX, 237 Wellington Street, Kingston, ON
Cost: Adult: $10 Child: $10 Senior: $10
Description: Produced by Hart Centre and Box Productions( Created by Judith Thompson( Adapted and Directed by Kathryn MacKay( Performed by Jacob Ballantyne, Kevin Beauregard, Natasha Daw, Anna Gervais, Ashaya Garrett, Nathan Sikkema, and Erin Bennett When Rare debuted at the Toronto Fringe Festival stage, it received countless standing ovations and a spot in Best of Fringe. A Toronto Star theatre reviewer wrote, I dont remember ever seeing anything quite like this before. Rare isnt just rare, its unique. This November, Hart Centre and Box Productions are excited to stage this compelling adaptation for Kingston audiences. This adaptation features seven remarkable local performers, all with Down Syndrome, who utilize dance, music, mask and story telling in order to explore what it is like to live in a world in which people like themselves are becoming rarer and rarer. Their very personal stories, supported and illuminated with the use of poetry and classical literature, range from tragic to wildly funny, always beating with a loving and generous heart. The professional show will feature an original set design by award winning set designer Steve Lucas, original music and music direction by acclaimed musician David Archibald, and choreography by renowned inclusive dance educator Melissa Mahady Wilton. RARE was first produced at the Toronto Fringe Festival in July 2012 and remounted at the Young Centre for the Performing Arts in January 2013, with the following cast: (Created and directed by Judith Thompson (Performed by Sarah Carney, Dylan Harman, James Hazlett, Nick Herd, Suzanne Love, Mike Liu, Nada Mayla, Krystal Nausbaum, and Andreas Prinz with musician Victoria Carr (Produced by RARE Theatre Company( Featuring nine performers all with Down Syndrome telling their true stories in their own words. Show Times: (Thursday, Nov 27- Saturday, Nov 29 at 7 PM. Thursday, December 4  Saturday, December 6 at 7 PM.( Matinees: Saturday, Nov 29 and Sunday, Nov 30 at 2PM.( Able Artists Talkback: Saturday, December 6 at 2 PM. Join us for a post-show chat after a matinee performance of RARE. Learn more about approaches to inclusive theatre. Pricing: Adults $10( Venue: THE BOX at Hart Centre, 237 Wellington Street( How to Buy: Call the Box Office at 613-545-1392 Follow the Show: www.facebook.com/RareKingston Special thanks to the Canada Council for the Arts, Ontario Arts Council, and the City of Kingston Arts Fund.
Email: hartinfo@hartschool.ca
Tel: 613-545-1392
Web Site: http://www.hartschool.ca/rare

Theatre Kingston's VENUS in FUR - Nov 30, 2014 - Dec 07, 2014
Where? The Isabel
Cost: Adult: $29 Child: $0 Senior: $22
Description: Venus in Fur By David Ives While its as funny as any play currently on Broadway, Venus in Fur, & is also something darker, stranger and altogether more delicious.  The New York Times Tony Award Winner for Best Play November 20th- December 7th, 2014 Director Brett Christopher * Starring Shane Carty * & Charlotte Gowdy* Stage Manager Bea Campbell* Assistant Stage Manager Alysse Szatkowski Set/Costume Designer Brandon Kleimann* Lighting Designer Michelle Ramsay Sound Designer Matt Rogalsky Production Manager Bill Penner Assistant Director Chris Blackwell *Artists appear courtesy of Canadian Actors Equity Association. Theatre Kingston is back for another exciting season in a brand new performing venue at the Isabel Bader Centre for the Performing Arts. The season begins with The Tony Award Winning Venus in Fur. A gripping and sexy play telling of a young actress who is determined to land the lead in a new play based on the classic erotic novel Venus in Fur. During her audition, she gets caught up in an electrifying game of cat and mouse with the director, blurring the line between fantasy and reality and testing the boundaries between dominance and submission. Performing in the Isabel Bader Centre for the Performing Arts. Learn more about Kingstons newest performing arts facility. Tickets: $19-$29 + fees and taxes. Available at the Isabel Bader Box Office Buy Tickets Online Hours: Monday  Friday, 12:30 pm  4:30 pm 613.533.2424 or 1.855.533.2424 boxoffice@theisabel.ca
Email: mike@theatrekingston.com
Tel: 613.533.2424
Web Site: http://www.theatrekingston.com

A Pete Seeger Songfest - Nov 30, 2014 - Nov 30, 2014
Where? Unitarian Place, 206 Concession St., Kingston, ON
Cost: Adult: 15 Child: $10 Senior: $10
Description: Jim Scott collaborated on many projects with the folk legend, Pete Seeger, and will lead a celebration of Pete's, as well as his own, songs of earth, justice and peace. A prolific composer in his own right, Jim was guitarist with the Paul Winter Consort. He compiled the 'Earth and Spirit Songbook', songs of earth and peace by many composers, including Pete Seeger. Don't miss out on singing together the songs that Jim and the late great Pete Seeger sang together!
Email: info@kuf.ca
Tel: 613-544-8777
Web Site: http://www.kuf.ca

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