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‘Rockin’ with the Stars’ Talent Search

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Seniors College Registration

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Shellfish Festival Volunteer Session

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Bluefield Christmas Craft Fair

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August 2002
Dog Days of Summer
Sylvia

Review by Jonathan Stewart

Sylvia begins as the story of a man and his dog and progresses into a comedic reflection on change, marriage, and middle aged life. The play opens with Greg (Erskine Smith), a middle class/middle aged New York office worker, bringing a stray dog home. The stray is Sylvia (Mia Ingimundson) and Greg has no idea what changes his pet will bring. There is an instant connection

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August 2001
The Origins of Comedy

Barn Agin!

Review by Jonathan Stewart

Don Harron and Catherine McKinnon's Barn Agin is an evening well spent reacquainting one with what comedy was and should be. The revue is comprised of monologues and skits performed by Don Harron with musical segments presented by Catherine McKinnon.

Don Harron's career has ranged from Stratford to Hee Haw and in Barn Agin he fulfills his reputation as a Canadian

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August 2001
Playhouse Pranks
The Haunting of Reverend Hornsmith

Review by Jonathan Stewart

A dark and stormy night...a car carrying three young adults breaks down in the woods...they take shelter in a spooky abandoned cabin...the set up for many a horror movie and for the slapstick comedy of The Haunting of Reverend Hornsmith. It's horror movie loving Paula's (Carly Martin) birthday and she and her two friends Jasmine (Lisa Carmody)

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August 2000
Do the Rite Thing
Conjugal Rites

Review by Jonathan Stewart

Conjugal Rites is the new zany comedy playing in repertory at the Victoria Playhouse this summer. It's a frantic slapstick romp; the kind of fun theatre which Victoria is well known for. The plot follows the misadventures of two couples staying in adjoining rooms in a cheap hotel. Elaine (Norma Cameron) and David (Roddie Weatherbie) are celebrating their 15th

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August 2000
Do I Know You?
Drill Queens

Review by Jonathan Stewart

The Drill Queens return for their fourth year of skit comedy at the Charlottetown Festival. Now numbering only two, the Queens present a whirlwind show of an hour and a half of new and classic sketches. Cynthia Dunsford and Laurie Murphy present a whole slew of characters that titillate and stimulate the audience. It is delightful to see the Charlottetown Festival

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August 2000
A Heavenly Blend
Forever Plaid

Review by Jonathan Stewart

The Charlottetown Festival's production of Forever Plaid is everything a play can and should be. In a time when plays are getting more gimmicky, technical, and flashy to compete with Hollywood, Forever Plaid relies on talent and stage charisma to entertain. It's the story of Smudge (Christian Bellsmith), Sparky (Craig Evans), Frankie (Joe Levesque), and Jinx

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Some of What's Going On

70 Mile Yard Sale

Sept 20 &21
Eastern PEI The 70 Mile Yard Sale will be held September 20 and 21 in eastern PEI. T ...

In Flight Safety Album Launch

Sept 9
Fishbones From their home in Halifax, In-Flight Safety has been crafting melodic indie rock a ...

The Dating Scheme

Thurs - until Sept 4
St. Peter’s Courthouse Theatre Local talent will be showcased this summer at ...

Printmaker Alison Storey Show

Aug 27–Sept 7
The Guild Printmaking is her Passion, works by Alison Storey, will be on view at T ...

I, Defined

50 Island artists create self-portraits until Sept 13
Charlottetown Farmers' Market More than 50 Is ...

Some of What's New

Morgan’s Boat Ride

Hugh MacDonald
Art by Anna Bald Morgan’s Boat Ride, a children’s book by Hugh MacDonald with art ...

Library EnRoute

The Public Library Service (PLS) will reach out to Islanders and promote its services with a new van ...

Starling

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

Island Roots

Clilfton United marks grave of Joey Smallwood’s ancestors As Prince Edward Island celebrates the ...

Island Performance Artist Residency

Sarah Wendt selected by jury As part of the Art in the Open Festival, this town is small inc. has p ...