As cast and crew enter the dying minutes of the final period of rehearsals of their upcoming performance of Shorthanded which opens Imperial Theatre’s 89th season on October 23 and runs until October 31, there’s a growing feeling that theatrical victory is now well within their grasp.
In a windowless room above the Imperial Theatre, a director, eight actors and a full bench of support staff met last week to begin the lengthy process of taking the words and directions of Ontario playwright Michael Grant and turning them into a witty and poignant production about lost dreams, friendship, second chances and hockey.
For an atheist in his 80th year, David Suzuki is all too aware that time is an increasingly precious commodity, not just for himself (although his pugnacity and mischievous spirit peg him as much younger), but for all of us who inhabit this singular beautiful blue bauble called Earth, if we are to truly address the existential environmental issues we face.
SWIFF (South West International Film Festival) promises to bring not just a slate of interesting and challenging movies to Sarnia’s Imperial Theater with the chance to chat to their directors and performers, but opportunities for all the community to take part in four specially created workshops on different aspects of the film industry at the Judith and Norman Alix Gallery.
Justin Hines has been given the ability to share his voice and music with the world, and now he has the opportunity to give back to the community.
Brian Austin Jr., who runs the downtown Sarnia Imperial Theatre, will stay a little warmer during the blustery, windy days that are destined to come round later this year.
Famed motorcyclist John Penton is the uncle to local businesswoman Ingrid Willemsen.
The magical story of “Peter Pan” Coming to The Imperial Theatre in Sarnia A three-day run of “Peter Pan,” the beloved children’s classic by J.M.
The Sarnia Lambton Chamber of Commerce, which is holding its annual Outstanding Business Achievement Awards gala on March 21 at Imperial Theatre, has released a list of nominees.
Wellabee, one of Sarnia’s more famous bands, has decided to formally “re-assemble” some 10 years after their farewell show, doing so in grand form with a documentary produced by its lead singer.