Indigenous artist Jeremy Dutcher reignites his ancestral language through international tour On Nov. 30, the Mount Allison University Performing Arts Series presented its second concert of the season, and the performances just keep getting better and better. This neo-operatic performance brought the Indigenous artist Jeremy Dutcher, recipient of the 2018 Polaris Prize, to the Brunton […]

A more mature, high-stakes story blended with amazing music makes for a near-perfect film Picture it, if you will: a particular girl has just turned 14 and has spent the entire year obsessing over a little movie called Frozen. It’s what she lives and breathes for a good few months after she finally sees the […]

Motyer-Fancy puts on religious folk-rock musical Mother-Fancy’s latest production, Godspell, is a far cry from Kumbaya or Jesus Loves Me. Director Paul Del Motte’s relevant and topical interpretation connects some of the best-known teachings of the Bible with timeless problems. Although light-hearted and noticeably silly, the production addressed some more serious topics that people often […]

Vogue Theatre hosts sold-out showing of ‘The Rocky Horror “I would like, if I may, to take you on a strange journey,” says the criminologist on screen, and a strange journey it is indeed. His words are met with boos and shouts of “Boring!” from the audience. Despite the fact that he has been drowned […]

Mt. A’s International Centre hosts 16th annual World Bazaar On Oct. 25, the Sackville Commons was transformed from a quiet community centre to a vibrant, bustling hall full of town residents and students from around the world. Tables were set up throughout the main hall, with dozens of international students from nine different countries showcasing […]