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Elizabeth Morris brings the laughs to H’art

H’art Centre was pleased to present Elizabeth Morris’ Face & Body Drama workshop and her One-Woman Show as part of Able Artists last month. Filled to capacity, the workshop got us on our feet and focused on our facial expressions. Jam-packed with audience participation, her One-Woman show didn’t disappoint. Able Artists is our ongoing series of talks,…

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Able Artists presents Playwright Judith Thompson

H’art Centre is pleased to host playwright Judith Thompson for an Able Artists talk back session facilitated by director Kathryn MacKay after the matinee performance of H’art Centre & Box Productions co-production of RARE on Saturday, December 6th at 2 p.m. at THE BOX at H’art Centre, 237 Wellington Street, Kingston. Thompson is a playwright, director, actor and professor…

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Able Artists presents Music & Inspiration Workshop with Justin Hines

Schools Invited to Workshop with Acclaimed Singer-Songwriter Justin Hines   H’art Centre is inviting acclaimed singer-songwriter Justin Hines to deliver a free Music & Inspiration Workshop along with the Canadian folk-pop duo, Ash & Bloom on April 3 at 11 a.m. for local high school and post secondary students and educators. Hines is an award-winning musician who has performed across…

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Acclaimed Singer Songwriter Justin Hines to Perform

  On Wednesday, November 27 at 7 pm, acclaimed singer-songwriter Justin Hines will perform as part of ABLE ARTISTS 2013 at THE BOX at H’art Centre. Even though Justin Hines grew up singing in church at his grandmother’s behest, his realization came at the most unlikely of places— at a Toronto Raptors’ basketball game in…

The Church of 80% Sincerity

  On Tuesday, November 26th at 7 p.m., at ABLE ARTISTS 2013, Vancouver-based inspirational humorist David Roche will present his one-man show, “The Church of 80% Sincerity”. The Church of 80% Sincerity tracks the inspiring, poignant, wickedly funny and sometimes heart-breaking story of David’s journey from shame to self-acceptance. David’s powerful vignettes and keen observations invite the sweet (and sometimes raucous) laughter that flows…