For the past few years, Lost & Found Theatre (http://www.lostandfoundtheatre.com) has been hosting the staged reading of Charles Dickens Writes A Christmas Carol. This year, though, the Kitchener-based theatre troupe has developed it into the largest Lost & Found production yet.
Arts Connection for Monday, November 23, 2015 - Richard Quesnel - "Charles Dickens Writes A Christmas Carol"
Jacob Moon (http://jacobmoon.com) has been making music professionally since 1995. To celebrate his two decades in music, the Hamilton singer/songwriter has put together a 20th anniversary project that includes both a CD and a vinyl album.
Since 2009, Guelph’s New Life Christian Reformed Church (http://www.newlifecrc.net/Pages/Worship-at-New-Life.aspx#visual-arts) has taken a portion of its sanctuary walls and turned them into an art gallery.
Theatre of the Beat’s (http://theatreofthebeat.ca) vision is to “create meaningful theatre that both challenges and inspires.” Its latest production, This Will Lead to Dancing is proving both thought-provoking and controversial look at the discussions taking place about whether or not to affirm or welcome the LGBTQ community in the Mennonite Church in Canada.
What would a society where Christians are considered terrorists and the Bible has been outlawed look like? The End Begins, the first book in Sara Davison’s new “The Seven Trilogy” suggests that plot line in this romantic thriller.