The Triplets of Belleville – Cine Concert

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Embark on a captivating journey with “The Triplets of Belleville” in a way you’ve never experienced before! On January 18th, the Kingston Grand Theatre at Rosen Auditorium proudly presents a remarkable live jazz orchestra performance of Benoit Charest’s original score. As the animated classic plays, the enchanting sounds of Le Terrible Orchestre de Belleville will transport you straight to the streets of 1920s Paris.

Theatre Kingston presents Bakersfield Mist

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Experience the enthralling live performance of “Bakersfield Mist” at the Kingston Grand Theatre, presented by Theatre Kingston. This compelling comedy-drama, inspired by true events, is a fascinating journey into the world of art and authenticity. The story revolves around Maude, a vivacious fifty-something unemployed bartender living in a trailer park, who discovers what she believes is a lost masterpiece by Jackson Pollock in a thrift store.

John D. Huston’s A Christmas Carol

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John D. Huston’s enchanting performance of A CHRISTMAS CAROL, presented by Rosemary Doyle at the intimate Theatre Kingston Studio (Suite 111). This one-man show brings Charles Dickens’ beloved tale to life, capturing the essence of Christmas spirit. Whether you’re a longtime fan of the story or seeking a unique way to celebrate the season, Huston’s rendition is a perfect blend of nostalgia and joy.

A Lunch At Allen’s Christmas

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The festive season in Kingston is set to be illuminated with the soul-stirring melodies and heartwarming tales of ‘A Lunch At Allen’s Christmas,’ scheduled for a live performance on December 19th. This enchanting seasonal journey is not just a concert; it’s a tapestry of stories, humor, and a spectacular array of songs that range from the traditional like “I’ll Be Home for Christmas” to the thought-provoking “Sober Up For Christmas” by Marc Jordan

The Nutcracker a Mini Ballet

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Experience the enchantment of a timeless holiday classic with “The Nutcracker: A Mini Ballet,” presented by 5678 Dance Studio at Kingston Grand Theatre on December 5th

The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe

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Blue Canoe Productions invites you to a magical journey into the heart of Narnia with their latest theatrical offering, “The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe”. Starting December 14th and running through to the 23rd

Domino Theatre presents A Christmas Story

Get ready to be transported back to the 1940s Midwest with the heartwarming and humorous live theatre performance of “A Christmas Story,” adapted from Jean Shepherd’s memoir by Philip Grecian and directed by Dale Jones. This beloved tale unfolds at the Domino Theatre’s Davies Foundation Auditorium, located at 52 Church Street in Kingston.

In My Body by Bboyizm/Crazy Smooth

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“In My Body” is a standout performance by Bboyizm that delves into the multi-generational aspects of street dancing and the challenges associated with aging in this dynamic art form. The show features a talented cast of 10 dancers and an international creative team, including the mesmerizing original music by DJ Shash’U.

Bottle Tree Productions Presents: SCROOGE

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SCROOGE” tells the story of a miserly and cold-hearted man, whose life takes an extraordinary turn one Christmas Eve. Haunted by the ghost of his former business partner, Jacob Marley, and visited by three spirits, Scrooge confronts the consequences of his bitter life. This production is not just a play; it’s an experience that encapsulates the spirit of Christmas and the power of second chances.

Inflammatory Earthling Rants

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Dive deep into the fiery depths of passionate performance that encapsulates the essence of our world set ablaze. In a time when Western Civilization and its flawed governance fan the flames, the Earthlings rise up, fueled by fervor and the spirit of resistance. Forget your everyday jargon – this is a call to arms, an invocation of spells, charms, and incantations meant to tackle our collective catastrophe and drive forth meaningful change.