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How an NYU graduate established Riverside’s theatre program

Happy 10-year anniversary to the teacher who put together some of Riverside’s best musicals! Newsies, Chicago, the Big Boo Hoo and The Drowsy Chaperone -...

Riverside’s 3D art students work on the “River of Reconciliation” project

Riverside Secondary students in AJ Vittie’s 3D Art (Sculpture) 12 class are currently working on an art project called the “River of Reconciliation” in...

Life behind the curtains at River’s Edge Theatre

“And the best that we can do is hope a bluebird, will sing his song, as we stumble along!” As the final line of River’s...

BookTok contributes to the increasing popularity of earlier books

BookTok is a community that allows many content creators that use TikTok to advertise their favourite books and give books another life through introducing them...

Riverside’s first audience since COVID is on the horizon with this year’s musical

Riverside’s Drama teacher, Nicole Roberge’s musical theatre class has performed at another annual MET Fest Competition in front of their first live audience since COVID began. This competition took place November 25, 2021 at Riverside’s Rivers...

A taste of theatre without the need of taking a drama course

 Quick! We’re all inside a submarine that’s sinking and go!  Have you ever wanted to let that wild and crazy side of you go? Do...

Why it’s important to have representation in the media

Only two out of every 10 lead film actors (or 19.8 percent) were minorities in 2017, this year’s UCLA Hollywood Diversity Report found. In...

Tell Me Now

If I don’t see a tomorrow Tell me now. - If daybreak's golden gleam doesn’t meet my Mossy green- Eyes Tell me now. Please - I'd write it in my will But you know...

Oh Canada

Oh Canada Oh Canada On stolen native land We uncover 215 children Buried beneath the sand Did you make them stand and sing Hymns of foreign tune Left them with scars,...

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