Posts Tagged: 4th Line Theatre

A Guide to the Theatres of Peterborough: an embarrassment of riches

If you entertain any doubt that theatre is a force to be reckoned with in Peterborough, I’m here to set you straight. It wasn’t hard to come up with a whopping 35 diverse theatre and performance production organizations in our

A Guide to the Theatres of Peterborough: an embarrassment of riches

If you entertain any doubt that theatre is a force to be reckoned with in Peterborough, I’m here to set you straight. It wasn’t hard to come up with a whopping 35 diverse theatre and performance production organizations in our

Justin Hiscox Photo by Celia Hunter for The Millbrook Times

The musical eloquence of Justin Hiscox

I suspect it’s music, not blood, that runs through Justin Hiscox’s veins. One of the most original, gifted and passionate souls in our community, Hiscox uses sound and music like clay, molding it to whatever project he’s working on. He

Justin Hiscox Photo by Celia Hunter for The Millbrook Times

The musical eloquence of Justin Hiscox

I suspect it’s music, not blood, that runs through Justin Hiscox’s veins. One of the most original, gifted and passionate souls in our community, Hiscox uses sound and music like clay, molding it to whatever project he’s working on. He

Brad Brackenridge with puppet from Lady and the Lapdog

Brad Brackenridge

You might not expect to find a such a compelling, finely-tuned actor in a small town like ours, much less one who also happens to be, of all things, a puppeteer. But, of course this is Peterborough, and we have

Brad Brackenridge with puppet from Lady and the Lapdog

Brad Brackenridge

You might not expect to find a such a compelling, finely-tuned actor in a small town like ours, much less one who also happens to be, of all things, a puppeteer. But, of course this is Peterborough, and we have

On trust

It’s nothing new in the history of mankind but it’s unnerving to witness the breakdown of faith in our government on every level, our food system, our economic backbone. Not that there hasn’t always been plenty of institutional obfiscation in

On trust

It’s nothing new in the history of mankind but it’s unnerving to witness the breakdown of faith in our government on every level, our food system, our economic backbone. Not that there hasn’t always been plenty of institutional obfiscation in

4th Line Theatre

4th Line Theatre’s 20th Season

It’s an idyllic summer evening as we drive up to the Winslow farm with its weathered barns, rolling hills and clusters of day lilies. The wind ruffles fields of grass, horses graze in the upper pasture, swooping barn swallows and

4th Line Theatre

4th Line Theatre’s 20th Season

It’s an idyllic summer evening as we drive up to the Winslow farm with its weathered barns, rolling hills and clusters of day lilies. The wind ruffles fields of grass, horses graze in the upper pasture, swooping barn swallows and