The Queen’s University Human Rights and Equity Offices promotes and celebrates “diversAbility”, which emphasizes the various talents and abilities of persons with disabilities. So, it only seemed natural to ask the Limestone Players to help us celebrate Autism Awareness Month this past October. Jane’s passion and enthusiasm for her actors is plain to see and inspiring. Her actors are a gifted bunch that had the audience laughing, clapping and cheering.

Heidi Penning, Equity Advisor
Human Rights & Equity Offices 
Queen's University, Kingston, ON

On behalf of the Community Integration through Cooperative Education (CICE) program at St. Lawrence college, we would like to thank the Limestone Theatre players and the fabulous Jane Etherington for their support of one of our placement students this past semester. Our student gained so much from working with the actors and he was also able to substitute in for one of the roles in the Cinderfella production. Our team thoroughly enjoyed the performance and will look forward to future productions from these talented and spirited actors.

Robin Schock, B.A. M.Ed
Program Liaison
Community Integration through Cooperative Education
St. Lawrence College, Kingston, ON