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Reviews

Here is a small highlight of some of our press from the last few years!

2014 reviews

“A Splendid Production!” She Loves Me
Ottawa Citizen

“A comedic masterpiece”. The Importance of Being Earnest
Kingston EMC

“Tightly choreographed. Admirable theatre”. The Ugly One
Kingston EMC

“Bang-on funny!” Educating Rita
Kingston EMC

The Importance of Being Earnest

Tess Degenstein, Brett Christopher. The Importance of Being Earnest (2014)

2013 reviews

“Toe-tappin’, hand-clappin’ fun!” Suds: The Rocking 60s Musical Soap Opera
Ottawa Citizen

“High quality vocals”, “Fun for all ages”. Suds: The Rocking 60s Musical Soap Opera
Kingston EMC

“Highly physical show!” Boeing Boeing
Globe and Mail

“First-rate singers”, “A riot!” The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee
Capital Critics Circle

Tracy Michailidis, Alison MacDonald, Kristin Galer

Tracy Michailidis, Alison MacDonald, Kristin Galer – SUDS: The Rocking 60s Musical Soap Opera (2013)

2012 reviews

“These sisters know how to ham it up.” Nunsense II
Kingston Whig-Standard

“A delicious musical.” Little Shop of Horrors
Kingston Whig-Standard

“It’s just plain fun entertainment, just right for a summer evening.” Little Shop of Horrors
NCPR Radio

“A perfect moment in time.” The Clockmaker
EMC

Brett Christopher and Gordon Bolan

Brett Christopher and Gordon Bolan – The Clockmaker (2012)

2011 reviews

“A season opening delight.” The Marvelous Wonderettes
Kingston Whig-Standard

“True theatre magic.” The Drowning Girls
NCPR Radio

“A tip of the top hat to the golden age of screwball comedies.” Lend Me A Tenor
Sun Media

Liza Balkan, Carly Street and Taylor Trowbridge

Liza Balkan, Carly Street and Taylor Trowbridge – The Drowning Girls (2011)

2010 reviews

“Production nothing short of brilliant.” Till It Hurts 
Kingston Whig-Standard

“A masterful job.” Another Home Invasion 
NCPR Radio

“A powerful production.” Blood Brothers
NCPR Radio

Maria Ricossa and Ian D. Clark

Maria Ricossa and Ian D. Clark – Till It Hurts (2010)

2009 reviews

“The Drowsy Chaperone is full of energy.” The Drowsy Chaperone
Kingston Whig-Standard

“Stewart sparkles in unique whodunit.”  The Blonde, The Brunette and the Vengeful Redhead
Gananoque Reporter

Julie Stewart

Julie Stewart – The Blonde, The Brunette and the Vengeful Redhead (2009)