Posts Tagged: The Theatre on King

Quality of Life at Evans Contemporary

Unpacking Artist Spaces

Which candidates understand the need for affordable space for artists? An election issue that crops up time and again in conversations with artists is the ongoing struggle to find and retain affordable space to create their work. With real estate

Quality of Life at Evans Contemporary

Unpacking Artist Spaces

Which candidates understand the need for affordable space for artists? An election issue that crops up time and again in conversations with artists is the ongoing struggle to find and retain affordable space to create their work. With real estate

Precarious Festival

Precarious: Peterborough ArtsWORK Festival

When Jim Braund sold the Commerce Building to Ashburnham Realty earlier this year, many in the arts community breathed a sigh of relief. But Kate Story, a pillar of Peterborough’s downtown theatre sector, still has concerns. Although Ashburnham does not

Precarious Festival

Precarious: Peterborough ArtsWORK Festival

When Jim Braund sold the Commerce Building to Ashburnham Realty earlier this year, many in the arts community breathed a sigh of relief. But Kate Story, a pillar of Peterborough’s downtown theatre sector, still has concerns. Although Ashburnham does not

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

Detail of painting by Avery Morris

Drool

The intimate black box theatre that is the Theatre on King is a departure from the white cube that we usually associate with a gallery. But it’s the chosen venue for Drool, an exhibition of eight young artists. Alana Batten, Anwyn

Detail of painting by Avery Morris

Drool

The intimate black box theatre that is the Theatre on King is a departure from the white cube that we usually associate with a gallery. But it’s the chosen venue for Drool, an exhibition of eight young artists. Alana Batten, Anwyn

Kate Story with Ryan Kerr from damned be this migration. Photo courtesy TTOK

Kate Story

One of the things I look forward to each year is anything by the gifted writer and performer Kate Story. Peterborough would hardly be Peterborough without her; she does this thing that no one else can do. One minute I’m

Kate Story with Ryan Kerr from damned be this migration. Photo courtesy TTOK

Kate Story

One of the things I look forward to each year is anything by the gifted writer and performer Kate Story. Peterborough would hardly be Peterborough without her; she does this thing that no one else can do. One minute I’m

The Theatre on King

The Theatre on King

It’s an adventure – down a dark alley, at the back of a commercial building, and behind a metal door – and it looks more like a speakeasy than a theatre. I feel I should have a secret password to

The Theatre on King

The Theatre on King

It’s an adventure – down a dark alley, at the back of a commercial building, and behind a metal door – and it looks more like a speakeasy than a theatre. I feel I should have a secret password to

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