UNB student actors tackle a classic story by Norwegian playwright Henrik Ibsen. Theatre UNB presented Hedda Gabler from March 29 to April 1st at Memorial Hall on UNB Campus. This […]
Pink Lobster Festival, NB’s new LGBTQIA+, featured a slew of award-winning shorts and feature films over Feb. 16-18. The inaugural Pink Lobster Film ...
A new play broaches the often cruel realities lived by children in foster care in New Brunswick. The world premiere of the play No White Picket Fence ...
This month, Fredericton becomes home to a new LGBTQIA+ film festival, the Pink Lobster Film Festival, featuring films from around the world over three ...
NB-based composer Andrew Reed Miller brought new life to a 1920 classic silent film with a 4-piece ensemble. Attendees to the concert on Nov. 2, 2016 at UNB’s Memorial Hall, […]
Award-winning journalist Kevin Donovan shared secrets on his investigative book on the Ghomeshi scandal in conversation with St. Thomas University Journalism Professor Jan Wong on Friday, Nov. 4, in Fredericton. […]
The plethora of craft beer operations popping up in New Brunswick is the subject of a new documentary, titled Beerocracy. The film premiered at the Silver Wave Film Festival in Fredericton […]
Chad Comeau, a digital game artist who makes provocative art, was featured at Halifax’s Nocturne event. Comeau, whose primary occupation is as a translator, made his name as an independent video […]
The story of a woman falling in love with a priest is a common trope. However, when staged by two mime-like actors in bilingual New Brunswick through a collaboration between […]
This episode of From the Margins features interviews with authors and professors, Kent Roach and Jennifer Brant. From the Margins spoke to Roach on his new book, False Security: The […]