Eleanor Stacey

COLUMN: June at The Civic: Movies and more

This is a busy month at the Civic Theatre. We have a wide array of film offerings coming up, with some really good titles in the works.

COLUMN: Martha and the evolution of cultural connection

I met Martha Coigney while in my first full-time job out of grad school, working in fundraising at Theatre Communications Group.

COLUMN: Friends, Romans, starlets, lend me your ears

It’s been a big week at the Civic Theatre — we’re in the throes of getting ready for our annual Oscar Gala Saturday night.

COLUMN: Become a tourist in your own town

I have always appreciated that our weather in Nelson tends to be a bit like that of Camelot — four rather perfectly even seasons.

COLUMN: Christmas is in our hearts — and on the big screen

Charlie Brown meets Santa at the Civic on Saturday.

Making memories at the Civic

Columnist Eleanor Stacey brings us a poignant story of a mother-and daughter outing to the theatre.

COLUMN: Upcoming Oscar-worthy plots … in opera

Columnist Eleanor Stacey on the opulent world of opera on film.

COLUMN: Once upon a time there was a town in the mountains …

Civic Theatre manager Eleanor Stacey on why being a member of the theatre society is good for you.

COLUMN: Say hello to summer with The Civic

The Civic Theatre's Eleanor Stacey's eloquent column about all the unique civic theatre events for summer.

COLUMN: Just in case we forgot to tell you

Columnist Eleanor Stacey invites you to bring your baby to the movies.

COLUMN: The Thursday night private reserve

"Many large theatres don’t offer films like Clouds of Sils Maria — they wouldn’t ever try."