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“To Kill A Mockingbird” is a Triumphant Success

Atticus (Don Miller) takes aim, with Scout (Chloe Rioux), Calpurnia (Lisa Morgan Slack), Heck Tate (Lloyd Balme), and Jem (Kieran Chenier) looking on… *Photo by John Geddes

Domino Theatre jump starts an exciting year of theatre in Kingston with “a triumphant success”! In the words of Atticus Finch, played with depth and charisma by Don Mitchell, “People generally see what they look for, and hear what they listen for.” Those who attend “To Kill A Mockingbird” to see Harper Lee’s iconic book come to life in all of its diversity, complexity, and controversy will be entertained and moved by director Rachael McDonald’s interpretation, featuring an incredible ensemble of local talent…

Read the full Kingston Whig Standard review!

Storefront Festival’s Final Days

There’s still time to take in some of these Festival productions before it all ends tomorrow (Saturday) night!  I’ve seen all of the shows with the exception of “Danny, King of the Basement”, which I will be catching tomorrow morning at 10:30 am with some family friends…

If you are looking for my recommendations, here are my thoughts…

PICKS OF THE FESTIVAL

My Silly Yum (Venue 2, Sat at 7 pm); CUL-DE-SAC (Venue 3, Fri & Sat at 7 pm)

MUST SEE

Mary’s Wedding (Venue 1, Fri at 6:30 pm & Sat at 9 pm); Fake Nerd Girl (Venue 3, Fri at 9:30 pm)

CATCH IF YOU CAN

Anybody Can Be Pussy Riot (Venue 2, Fri at 7 pm), Women Who Shout At The Stars (Venue 1, Sat at 1 pm)

OF COURSE…If you have any differing opinions of your own to share, please feel free to add a comment!