Monthly Archives: November 2015

David Myles Christmas

David Myles is coming to brighten the season, but with many shows already sold out, the only way you’re going to share a musical holiday evening in New Brunswick with this charming, talented and funny guy, is if you head to the Carleton-North Theatre in Florenceville-Bristol on Sunday December 6th. Like his trademark suit, David Myles’ music is… Continue Reading

Up Next from TNB: “Little Women – The Broadway Musical”

With soaring music, unforgettable performances and beloved characters, Little Women – The Broadway Musical, featuring a cast including both Canadian musical theatre veterans and rising stars, is sure to move and delight New Brunswick audiences this holiday season. “This play is the perfect show for the holidays because it focuses on family,” said TNB Artistic Director Thomas… Continue Reading

“Whatever Inspires” Poem by Andrew Scott

Whatever Inspires Just do whatever inspires today, chase to the gold at the end of the rainbow, do not let your heart sway. Explore the lining in every fray, tunnel to discover where it does go, just do whatever inspires today. Ride your own gliding sleigh, through what you thought was status quo, do not… Continue Reading

SAINT JOHN TO HOST ECMW 2017

The East Coast Music Association (ECMA) announced today that Saint John will host East Coast Music Week (ECMW) in 2017. The event takes place from April 19-23, 2017 and marks a return to the city for the first time in 15 years. “I am thrilled that the East Coast Music Week is coming back to Saint John,” says Chuck… Continue Reading

Script Happens: Call for Directors, Actors & Crew!

The Saint John Theatre Company‘s annual playwright contest – Script Happens – is in full swing. Scripts have been selected and crafted by their professional dramaturge, Ryan Griffith. Now it’s time for the next step in the page to stage transformation! They need three directors and two to three stage managers for this year’s Script Happens showcase, which… Continue Reading

Wingfield Lost & Found in Saint John November 20th

The Imperial Theatre in Saint John presents Wingfield Lost and Found on Friday November 20th, 2015 at 8 pm. Tickets are $30 for Subscribers, $35 for Adults, $32 for Seniors, and $20 Student RUSH. Walt Wingfield, city stockbroker turned farmer, returns to the Imperial stage with more hilarious tales in the latest Wingfield Farm play. In… Continue Reading

JMC presents Romeo & Juliette Opera

The Capitol Theatre is proud to present the opera Romeo & Juliette, by Jeunesses Musicales Canada on Tuesday, November 24 at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are on sale at the Capitol Theatre Box Office for $27. This performance is presented by Deloitte as part of the 2015-2016 Capitol Theatre season presented by Louisbourg Investments. Rediscover this… Continue Reading

La Tour Baroque Duo Album Launch Sunday in Moncton

La Tour Baroque Duo will launch the new album “Something Choice and Excellent”on Sunday, November 8th at 2 pm on the Capitol Theatre Main Stage in Moncton. Admission is free of charge. Four CDs will be offered at a special price and a reception in lobby will follow the concert. The title of this program comes from Johann… Continue Reading

Kenny vs. Spenny: Season 7 (Live in Saint John)

The Imperial Theatre in Saint John welcomes Kenny Vs. Spenny, live and uncensored, this Wednesday, November 4th, 2015 at 7:30 pm. There are still good seats available. Tickets are $26-$34 for Subscribers, $30-$39 for Adults, and $99 VIP (ask for details). Wildly popular (and much censored) Canadian comedy television program Kenny vs. Spenny is coming live… Continue Reading