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Kingston Whig-StandardSaturday, October 21, 2011by Greg Burliuk Halloween is a time for ghosts, goblins and let's not forget the undead. The King's Town Players haven't, which is why they're remounting Night of the Living Dead with an army of zombies and buckets of blood. It's being performed from Tuesday, Oct. 25 to Saturday, Oct. 29 at Convocation Hall. Based on the 1968 movie of the same name, this year's production promises to be an upgrade of last year's, according to director Clayton Garrett. "Last year we only had our rough draft with six weeks to go and we hadn't built…
EMC Entertainment - For many families, Frank Capra's iconic film It's A Wonderful Life is a beloved holiday season tradition. Now, Kingston audiences will get to experience the story of George Bailey and Clarence the angel in a whole new way, as the King's Town Players present a live radio play of the story Dec. 6 and 7 at the Kingston Yacht Club. "We wanted to do something during the holiday season sort of on a smaller scale than a full show, but make it kind of like our Christmas party," says producer David Slack. He explains that the radio…
September 15, 2011By Kristen Coughlar EMC Entertainment - Two actors, 42 costume changes, vampires, ghosts, mummies, werewolves, and a trip to Egypt, all this and more will play out on stage later this month when the King's Town Players present the first play of their 2011/2012 season: The Mystery of Irma Vep. Ever since the sudden death of Lady Irma Vep, who while alive was known for her affinity of the occult, Mandacrest Manor and its residents: Lord Edgar and his new mistress, Lady Enid, stable hand Nicodemus Underwood and housekeeper Jane Twisden have been witness to strange happenings on…
The King’s Town Players bring to life a haunted manor September 13 2011By Jessica Fishbein Queen’s Journal - Resist the urge to whisper questions to your neighbour during The Mystery of Irma Vep, as constant confusion is as much a part of the production as humour and playfulness. Despite the unexplained forays from Victorian mansions to ancient Egypt, the King’s Town Players’ production of The Mystery of Irma Vep has no shortage of laughs. The Mystery of Irma Vep was the personal choice for director Amie Elizabeth Bello after another play fell through for the company. She said she fell…
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