Detroit

Detroit by Lisa D’Amour was a finalist in the 2011 Pulitzer Prize for Drama and 2013 winner of the Obie Award for Best New American Play. It is billed as “a darkly comic and unsettling investigation of middle-class aspir...
Arts Review Q44 Savage in Limbo

Savage in Limbo

It’s easy to change your life – according to magazines at least – just get a fresh hair-do or buy a new shirt. But what if your troubles are more existential than cosmetic? Q44 Theatre explore this idea in th...
Matilda The Musical photo by James Morgan

Matilda the Musical

Matilda is magic. Not of the tricks kind (although there are lots of those) but of the genius musical kind. The kind that has a full house on its feet giving a standing ovation for minutes on end. The kind that leaves yo...

Doubt: A Parable

Premiering in 2004, Doubt: A Parable by New Yorker John Patrick Shanley won awards including the 2005 Pulitzer Prize for Drama and 2005 Tony Award for Best Play. It was subsequently adapted into the 2008 film directed by...

Seventh Gallery

Seventh Gallery’s current exhibition connects iconography associated with children and youth with complex ideas and varied forms of practice. Memorable for the intervention between gallery one and two, James Parkinson’s ...

Don Carlos

Though it deals with weighty matters, politics and the human condition, Don Carlos is far from a heavy night at the opera. Crammed with lush melodies and absorbing characters, Don Carlos is rarely performed in this count...