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The Power of Preston is in its people
A new musical showcases the “broadness and richness" of Canada’s oldest Black community.
By Morgan Mullin
Tags: Arts + Culture, Preston, Keonté Beals, Reeny Smith, Alderney Landing Theatre, Theatre
Stepping Stone’s show
Stepping Stone teams up with Ship’s Company for The Reversal of Peter Dawson, a hybrid of mentorship and theatre-making.
By Michael Lake
Tags: Arts + Culture, Alderney Landing Theatre, Stepping Stone, Ship’s Company Theatre, Wanda Taylor, The Reversal of Peter Dawson, Natasha MacLellan, Theatre
A remount of Mocean Dance’s 2016 production Burnwater: Alchemy asks audiences to see things “in a different way.”
Tags: Cultural Festivals, Fall Arts Preview 2017, Mocean Dance, Hear Here Production, Alderney Landing Theatre, Fall Arts Preview
Tonya Lee Williams gets real
The Young & The Restless star and founder of the ReelWorld Film Festival comes to town for a new live talk show series.
Tags: Arts + Culture, Alderney Landing Theatre, San Family Society, Tonya Lee Williams, Film + TV
Theatre review: The Colour of Courage
Anthony Sherwood's remembrance play.
Tags: Arts + Culture, Alderney Landing Theatre, Theatre
Leah-Simone Bowen takes you into The Hallway
And after the play reading, she’ll be there to talk about it.
By Kate Watson
Tags: Arts + Culture, Alderney Landing Theatre, Prismatic Arts Festival, Literary
Akshongay will take your breath away
Maybe the Nova Dance performers really are weightless.
By Lizzy Hill
Tags: Arts + Culture, Alderney Landing Theatre, Prismatic Arts Festival, Dance
There’s no place like Winter Home
Michael Greyeyes makes performance art from harsh winters.
Tags: Arts + Culture, Alderney Landing Theatre, Prismatic Arts Festival, Visual Art
Hands of the sacred
Kayhan Kalhor and the Tabassian Brothers join together for a show of Persian classics.
By Michael Lee
Tags: Music, Persian, Tabassian Brothers, Kayhan Kalhor, Alderney Landing Theatre, Feature, Video
Mocean Dance’s survival in a wild land
Premiering this month, Mocean Dance’s new piece, Sable Island, expresses the power and courage of Halifax dancers.
By Laura Kenins
Tags: Arts + Culture, Dance, Mocean Dance, Serge Bannathan, Alderney Landing Theatre, Dance
Atlantic Flamenco Festival: Dance As If Nobody Is Watching
Oct. 4-5 2019
The Power of Preston
Aug. 13-14, 7 p.m. 2019
Celibou Atelier Danse: Espoir
Sat., April 27, 3 p.m. 2019
“I get to wake up and experience another day of life on this earth”
Nova Scotia now has almost no COVID rules, but masks are still mandatory in schools
We asked Coast readers how the pandemic changed their lives
No masks, no limits, no POV as Nova Scotia lifting all COVID restrictions March 21
A big shift in Nova Scotia’s COVID-19 strategy