Blog: Celebrating self-surgery.

This summer I was privileged enough to spend my vacation playing a role in the Thousand Islands Playhouse production of Stephen Massicotte’s The Clockmaker.  Directed beautifully by Kathryn MacKay and designed with stunning precision by Robin Fisher (both Kingstonians), the play resonated with audiences and drew praise from local and national critics alike. It had been three years since I had worked on a stage and I was struck … Read More

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4 1/2 STARS for VIGIL!

Carolyn Hetherington and Brett Christopher star in ‘must-see theatre’, Morris Panych’s Vigil.  Onstage at the Baby Grand theatre until May 4th.  To read Greg Burliuk’s review in the Kingston Whig-Standard, click here:

VIGIL: Casting announcement

Theatre Kingston announced today that hometown favourite Carolyn Hetherington (Half Life, Driving Miss Daisy) and TK head Brett Christopher (I Am My Own Wife, The Clockmaker) will square off in Morris Panych’s classic comedy, VIGIL, playing at the Baby Grand Theatre April 17 – May 4.  The production will be directed by former Thousand Islands Playhouse Associate AD Kathryn MacKay (The Clockmaker, Russian Play/Essay).

FREE WORKSHOP with Ned Dickens

Sign up for this great new workshop for Kingston’s theatre community! Space is limited to 20 participants, starts Nov. 11.  Click Collective Play Creation workshop for all the info.


New Canadian play a hit!

Kingston playwright John Lazarus’ play The Grandkid premieres at the Baby Grand Theatre from Feb 1 – 18.  Theatre Kingston is proud to collaborate with this veteran Canadian playwright on his latest work.  For a sneak preview, check out:  The Grandkid.

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