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  • Relaxed Performance
  • ASL Interpretation

June 17, 2022 - June 25, 2022

We’re All in Jeopardy

Hosted by H'Art Centre

We’re All in Jeopardy, a multi-media comedy is the latest production by PeerLess Productions, the company that brought Kingston Rare and Down Syndrome by the Dozen. Co-created by a professional cast of mixed-ability artists, the show is a surreal version of the popular game show, with characters you will root for, sing along with, or maybe even heckle. We’re All in Jeopardy mixes live-action, green screen technology, film, and animation under the direction of Kathryn MacKay with music by David Archibald.

In this alternate and fictional Kingston, several local celebrities have come together to play Celebrity Jeopardy with the goal of raising money for worthy local restaurants affected by the pandemic. Some contestants have better motives than others, but all will profit in ways they never expected.

PeerLess Productions is a professional mixed abilities theatre company based in Kingston, Ontario. PeerLess Productions is dedicated to excellence in the arts and to the inclusion of artists with disabilities and those facing barriers in the practice, study, and enjoyment of the arts. H’art Centre is proud to provide a home for PeerLess Productions in The Mix.


There is a “pay-what-you-can” Relaxed Performance on June 25th at 2:30 pm. This relaxed performance will have an ASL interpreter, an adjustment to the lights for audience members with sensory sensitivities, seizures, or epilepsy. There is also a relaxed attitude toward movement, providing audience members with the freedom to come and go. All performances are captioned.

In consideration of safety protocols, seating is at 50% capacity, and mask policy will be in effect.

For questions about We’re All in Jeopardy performance, please contact PeerLess Productions directly. You can find them here.  


H'Art Centre

H’art Centre is an award-winning Community Arts hub, a physical place that is joyful, safe, welcoming and inclusive to its artists, their support circles, its volunteers and its audiences.