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Actors voice the radio play classic "It's a Wonderful Life" at the Kenmor Theatre Dec. 10-11. (Alexis Stockford/The Morden Times)

It's a Wonderful Life in Morden

The cast and crew at the Kenmor Theatre were decked out in full ‘40s style, but the audience could have closed their eyes and gotten the same effect.

The joint Danceworks/Candlewick presentation of Beauty and the Beast (with some modern twists) took place Nov. 18-19, 2016. (Alexis Stockford/The Morden Times)

Tale as old as time, set to dance

Belle has sisters. The Beast does hip-hop and the lecherous Gaston is replaced by a group of ‘20s style loan sharks, but the love story is still there.

The Dust Rhinos are coming to Carman, and tickets are still available. (COURTESY DUST RHINOS)

Butt kickin' Celtic rock

CARMAN - Winnipeg-based Celtic rock band Dust Rhinos is bringing its own brand of musical entertainment to Carman this month.

The latest batch of Triple Threat campers will appear on the Kenmor stage Aug. 27, 2016, as part of the Morden Corn and Apple Festival Youth Stage. (Alexis Stockford/The Morden Times)

Triple Threats at C&A

From character development and brainstorming to bringing it to the stage, the region’s next wave of performing artists were looking to hone their skills last week during the aptly named Triple Threat Camp through Candlewick Productions.“I’m very excited for the kids,” Candlewick’s Richard Klassen said. “They’ve worked really hard this week. When yo

The Tragically Hip's frontman Gord Downie is seen on a screen in Springer Market Square in downtown Kingston. The Hip's concert at the KRock Centre in the Kingston on Saturday, Aug. 20 was broadcast nationally on CBC. Elliot Ferguson/The Whig-Standard

The Hip knows how to put on a show

If you didn’t get it before, you probably do now, this whole celebration of The Tragically Hip thing that the rest of the country’s been busy doing all summer.