“Blood Must Have Blood”: Electric City Players’ Presents “Macbeth” 
May 23rd marked the opening night for the long-awaited Electric City Players’ (ECP) adaptation of William Shakespeare’s Macbeth. Hosted at Market Hall Performing Arts Centre in Downtown Peterborough. Co-directed by Trent Professor Andrew Loeb and local theatre legend Jacqueline Barrow, the show is set in a post-climate meltdown Scotland where the ravaged lands set the perfect scene for great kings, fallen foes, and the ultimate betrayal.
Review: Izzie M: The Alchemy of Enfreakment
Izzie M: The Alchemy of Enfreakment is a curious production, turning to the past historical tradition of the freak show as a way of reclaiming Indigenous personhood.
A Review of Laura Wade's Alice: Performed by the Anne Shirley Theatre Company
Anne Shirley Theatre Company is Trent’s student theatre company and a levy group. It is student run, from executives and artistic directors behind the scenes, to the actors you see on stage. They stage two shows throughout the year, a fall play and a spring musical, as well as a number of other events throughout the year. This year their fall play is a staging of Laura Wade’s Alice—a dark and comedic retelling of Lewis Carrol’s classic children’s story Alice in Wonderland.
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