Classic musical and movie, The Sound of Music, seemed like the perfect fit for this year’s production at Albert College, said director Leslie Austin. “I chose this show this year because we had an exceptionally large amount of really strong female singers at our school, and so we thought this was the perfect year to do it to showcase all of their talents,” she said. The large cast consisted of 20 actors and 15 crew. Rosemary Woods, 17, is one of the musically trained pupils A
Linda Serres is the costume co-ordinator for the Belleville Theatre Guild.
She was introduced to the role 10 years ago by Loyalist College co-worker Liz Marshall, who's been with the guild for 45 years.
Marshall helped Serres, who didn't know much about costume design when she started, with guidance and books. From there Serres has developed as a designer and gets constantly approached by directors asking her to do costumes for shows.
Above is an inside look at what it'
Luc Beausejour is bringing his harpsichord all the way from Montreal to play a concert at St. Thomas’s church on Sunday. “I don’t think there are really lots of harpsichord concerts going around so it would be really unique to have one of those in Belleville. It’s original. It’s something new, and it’s also something that you cannot get very often: to hear a live harpsichord recital. And it’s also for people to be able to discover the beauty of that instrument and the music t
Loyalist College students Kevin Young and Vanessa Tignanelli take the stage during Universal Break on Wednesday. The two were selected in Loyalist's talent search early in the year, giving them the opportunity to perform for half an hour each in front of students in the Shark Tank Pub. #music #LoyalistCollege #expression #students #Belleville
The idea for the Belleville Theatre Guild was born back in 1951, when a group of friends decided to perform a play in their own backyard for an audience seated in the lawn. When a more public group was formed, one of the first plays they did was a one-act called The Voice of the People, by Robertson Davies, which won the Eastern Ontario Drama League Festival that year. In 1969, the Pinnacle Playhouse, formerly the D.L. Storey Building, became the guild’s home. Now, the Bellev
Musical variety show, Night Kitchen Too, welcomed a full house in from the cold Saturday evening. Organizer and well-known local music man Joe Callahan said this is the event’s fourth year running. “It’s to have a mix of musicians come together and entertain an audience that is appreciative. But then have a range of experiences I guess would be the way I would characterize it. Like, you saw a family tonight who had never performed in public before. And then you saw a number o
Last night I attended Night Kitchen Too and witnessed some very talented local musicians, poets and storytellers. Here's a recap of the night so you don't miss out. #poetry #Music #quinte #LoyalistCollege #song #NightKitchenToo #guitar #piano #singing