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September 2006
I Am a Mountain
Sarah Harmer comes to Summerside on tour in support of her new album

by Natalie Pendergast

Sarah Harmer could talk at length about the Platinum-selling success of her sophomore release, 2000’s You Were Here, or that of her 2005 album, Juno Award winner All of Our Names, or even any one of her chart-topping hits. But the down-to-earth chanteuse has her mind and heart focused on more ground-breaking i

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August 2006
A Real Cut-Up

Shear Madness

Review by Natalie Pendergast

First adapted in 1978 by New York duo Abrams and Jordan, the perpetually original script of Shear Madness is meant to reference local and recent trends, pertaining to the politics, gossip, and culture of the town in which it is staged. In the wrong hands, the task of editing such a script to fit local settings could be disastrous. Director Bob Lohrmann, however,

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August 2006
Two's A Crowd
Oscar and Felix

Review by Natalie Pendergast

Oscar and Felix have nothing in common except each other. In this play, not so much about an odd couple as it is about a true friendship, there lies a subtle message that committed relationships don’t exist only in marriages.

The play begins on the beautiful Victoria Playhouse stage, presently adorned with the simple decor of the living and dining rooms

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July 2006
Bridging Familial Gaps

Marion Bridge

Review by Natalie Pendergast

Daniel MacIvor’s Marion Bridge is first a character study, second a drama. It is not the events of this play that evolve, climax and entice, but rather the three sisters themselves. They are the events. They are the story.

Fifty-something Theresa, played by Melissa Mullen, is a devout nun, farmer, and the apparent rock of the family. When she is not tending

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July 2006
Not So Odd Couple
Not So Odd Couple
Scott Burke directs MacFadden and Smith as Oscar and Felix

by Natalie Pendergast

The Victoria Playhouse opens its 25th summer season with Neil Simon’s legendary comedy The Odd Couple, now an updated version entitled Oscar & Felix. Although the pairing of Oscar Madison and Felix Ungar may be odd, the union of acting duo Bill McFadden and Erskine Smith is a perfect match. Fifteen years ago, McFadden a

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August 2001
All Aboard
All Aboard
Departures and Arrivals

Review by Natalie Pendergast

Arrivals and Departures is much more than a study about everyday airport drama. Canadian author Carol Shields' first play is also flavoured with comedy, romance, and charm. It's production by Little Voices at Georgetown's King's Playhouse is directed by Luis Gondeslen with actors Joseph Marmo, Haley Batchilder, Ashley Condon, Kyle MacMillan, and

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Aug 22–26
City Cinema 14A, coarse language, sexual content
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Bonshaw Fall Festival

Oct 4
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Return to Afghanistan

An Evening in Support of Afghan Women and Girls Sept 12
St. Paul's Church CW4WAfghan Atlantic prese ...

Spotlight PEI

Islanders at The Mack Saturdays - until Aug 30
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Some of What's New

Bodies and Sole: A Shores Mystery

Hilary MacLeod The fifth book in the Shores Mystery series, Bodies and Sole: A Shores Mystery by Hi ...

A is for Applesauce

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Starling

Emma Doucette Emma Doucette will launch her debut CD, Starling, in August at the Pourhouse in Charl ...

The Rock Star of Vampires

Mima The Rock Star of Vampires by PEI author Mima has been published by iUniverse. The 328 page nov ...

Indigenous Artist Residency

Contemporary Canadian artist collaborates with Island First Nations youth Art in the Open partners ...