Sunday, April 1, 2012

Grand Theatre April Preview

Theatre fans rejoice! 

Spring is in the air and The Grand Theatre has the perfect April line up to get you ready for summer.

Take your pick...

Spend a day in the life of the Charlie Brown and his iconic friends in a Blue Canoe Production of “You're A Good Man Charlie Brown”

By Americas premier comic playwright, Rose's Dilemma concerns the celebrated writer Rose Stern, who hasn't written anything in years and money is running out.

Rock out with this musical adaptation of an 1891 German play, set in the repressive late 19th century of Germany. This production is presented by Queen's Musical Theatre.

Kingston Symphony presents you the sound of one of the 20th centuries most iconic performers, Frank Sinatra.

Cantabile Choirs presents this celebration the“greening and growing” of spring with the Ottawa and Peterborough Children's Choirs.

Go down the rabbit hole with Alice, The Queen of Hearts and Mad Hatter in this stage production of the classic story. 

The King Town Players present this story of a girl who must comes to grips with her brilliant but mentally disturbed father as well as the possibility of her own insanity.

he Abrams Brothers, with their new-grass bluegrass, are creating a palpable buzz: "fiery energy"... "blistering fiddle work"... "young, fun, with talent to burn"... "effortless harmonies"... or, as folk music legend Arlo Guthrie put it, "These guys are way too young to be playing that good!"

Get ready to Laugh! This Just For Laughs Festival veteran is coming to Kingston. 

Show your mom show love this month. As part of the evening, members of the Kingston community will be invited up on stage to present the life of their mother, in any form, whether through song, story, letter, or even dance! 

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