Arts

STU directing class presents Creative Control

On the stage of the Ted Daigle Auditorium, eight short plays have been in the works for an upcoming production. But unlike most theatre...

Beaverbrook Art Gallery reopens

The Beaverbrook Art Gallery is finally opening its doors again after being closed for two years due to renovations.  The gallery will host a partial...

The poets of Confederation

Peter Pacey likes to think about Bliss Carmen and Charles Roberts playing together in Carmen’s backyard. Built before the street came in, the back...

Photo Essay: The place that we call home

With the celebration of the Multicultural Fair on March 26, where international students at St. Thomas University share their cultures through performance, fashion and...

Photo Essay: Queer theatre seen in ‘plain site’ at STU

The Plain Site Theatre Festival took to the stage in the Ted Daigle Auditorium at St. Thomas University last week. The festival, which was founded...

Commentary: A realistic portrayal of abuse on the screen

Content Warning: This article mentions domestic violence As someone who experienced years of chronic abuse, I often find it hard to watch a television show,...

Review: The Batman reveals the true Batman

The greatest Batman stories have never been about the caped crusader himself, but instead the world he inhabits. Batman has always worked best when his...

Fredericton Playhouse in need of complete reconstruction

The Fredericton Playhouse brings in dozens of renowned performers and experiences every year, but behind the lights and glamour, the building is failing to...

Artistica March Break Art Camp brings youthful creativity to the Beaverbrook Art Gallery

The Beaverbrook Art Gallery has announced the return of its Artistica March Break Art Camp with fewer COVID-19 restrictions than in previous years.  The camp...

French translation brings new rhythm to children’s book

EveryBody’s Different on EveryBody Street is a children’s book by Canadian writer Sheree Fitch. Fitch uses eccentric illustrations and rhythmic poetry to address human...

Review: Cabaret: A true 1930s experience

Content Warning: This review mentions Nazi Germany and propaganda as it is a crucial topic in Act 2 of Cabaret. When I walked through the...

‘All good things have to come to an end’: Students react to Arthur ending after 25 seasons

After 25 seasons, the beloved PBS Kids cartoon Arthur came to an end. The show, which premiered in 1996, aired its final episode Feb. 20....