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November 16, 2017, by Jackie McVicar

Who knows what March 8 is?” Rebeca Lane is half-way through her hip hop show and the question seems almost trite after 30 minutes of singing about reclaiming identity and […]

Canadian mining victim’s story dramatized in Fredericton

September 20, 2017, by Sophie M. Lavoie

A group from the Unitarian Fellowship of Fredericton held a reading of the play, The Last Walk of Adolfo Ich, on Sept. 19 in Fredericton. The play, cr ...

Natalie Sappier sings Indigenous reality and survival

June 23, 2017, by Sophie M. Lavoie

Wolastoqiyik artist Samaqani Cocahq-Natalie Sappier performed at the Beaverbrook Gallery on Wednesday, June 21, 2017, “National Aboriginal Day,” i ...

No White Picket Fence in New Brunswick

February 9, 2017, by Sophie M. Lavoie

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 ...

  • Watching Glory Die: Incomprehension remains
    November 17, 2015, by Sophie M. Lavoie

    Fredericton Theatre New Brunswick showcased Nova Scotia’s Mulgrave Road Theatre Production of “Watching Glory Die,” written by Judith Thompson, and inspired by the tragic story of NB teen Ashley Smith […]

  • Falkenstein’s captivating environmental treatise
    November 10, 2015, by Sophie M. Lavoie

    The award-winning play Lac/Athabasca, written by Len Falkenstein, Director of the Drama Program at the University of New Brunswick, was staged Oct. 14th to 17th at UNB’s Memorial Hall in […]

  • Lisa Anne Ross’ Engorged Cabaret
    June 12, 2015, by Sophie M. Lavoie

    Lisa Anne Ross is offering her Engorged: A One Woman Cabaret About Motherhood to the Fredericton community for two nights only at the Black Box Theatre on St. Thomas Campus. […]

  • El Jones at Mayworks Fredericton [audio]
    May 5, 2015, by From the Margins

    El Jones performed at Mayworks Fredericton : a week long artistic celebration of working class culture and recognition of International Workers Day . El Jones is Halifax Poet laureate, and […]

  • Cocaine Plane toys with local history
    March 10, 2015, by Sophie M. Lavoie

    In 1989, the New York Times mentioned Fredericton, New Brunswick. During the eighties’ U.S. war against the Colombian cartels, it was newsworthy in such a prominent publication, that a plane […]