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Why Do Fools Fall in Love?

“Why Do Fools Fall In Love” concert with music from the '50s, '60s and '70s will be held at 7 pm [ ... ]

Bark for Life 2017

The Canadian Cancer Society Bark for Life 2017, a canine event to fight cancer, will take place June [ ... ]

Belfast Players

The Belfast Players will perform the three–act comedy play, The Raccoon Valley Players present ' Stan of Green Labels', at 2 pm and at 7:30 pm for an evening performance on April 22 at Belfast Community Centre, Garfield Road. Tickets are available at Coopers Red & White, MacAulay's Bakery in Charlottetown, at the door, or by calling Reta at 902-659-2711.

 

River Clyde Pageant hiring

Stage Managers needed for 2017 

The River Clyde Pageant is seeking a Stage Manager and Assistant Stage Manager for their outdoor summer performances, which run July 29–30 and August 4–6 in New Glasgow, PEI. Candidates should ideally have some previous experience in stage managing or organizing arts events, but candidates who are organized, good communicators, and self-motivated will also be
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Anne #18

Anne #18
AJ Bridel as Anne Shirley in Charlottetown Festival

Trading Kinky Boots’ red heels for red braids, AJ Bridel is set for school again. The 22-year-old actress will become the 18th triple threat to play Anne Shirley at The Charlottetown Festival, joining an all new production of Anne of Green Gables—The Musical™ led by Artistic Director Adam Brazier

Brazier will direct the musical for the first
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North Shore Players: Sinners by Norm Foster

The North Shore Players, a community theatre group based in North Rustico, presents Sinners, a black comedy by Canadian playwright Norm Foster. The show is directed by David Bulger, and features a cast of Island actors, including Keir Malone and Carl Peterson, as well as Samantha Bruce, Amanda Rae Gallant, Marti Hopson and David Gladstone.

Set in a small town, the play is about a furniture store
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The Guild season

The Guild season
2017 programming announced—Anne & Gilbert returns

The Guild black box theatre and gallery has announced its 2017 summer season programming. The venue is located at 111 Queen Street, downtown Charlottetown. For information call 620-3333 or 866-744-0717 or visit www.theguildpei.com.

Anne and Gilbert: The Musical will play May 23 to October 24. The award-winning Canadian musical, based on the
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Bittergirl: The Musical

Bittergirl: The Musical

Bittergirl: The Musical sold out virtually its entire run when it first premiered at the Festival and will return this summer with new songs and scenes, and the same girl-group hits like I’m Gonna Make You Love Me, Ain’t No Mountain High Enough, I Will Survive, and Too Many Fish In The Sea.

This Canadian-made comedy returns July 5 through August 26, and The Charlottetown Festival has announced
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Clyde River Pageant

Clyde River Pageant

After bringing trolls, mermaids and gigantic rainbow trout to the banks of the River Clyde in summer 2016, the creators of the River Clyde Pageant are laying the groundwork for the 2017 Pageant, with more performances and more opportunities for the public to get involved.

The 2016 River Clyde Pageant was a collaboration between artists and residents of New Glasgow, Rustico, Charlottetown, Crapaud,
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The cast comments

The cast comments
Actors in ACT’s The Dining Room talk about their roles

Submitted by Kathryn Nazim

ACT (a community theatre) will present The Dining Room, directed by Terry Pratt, at Le Carrefour de l’Isle-Saint-Jean in Charlottetown on February 17 and 18 at 7:30 pm and February 18 at 2:00 pm and at The Haviland Club in Charlottetown on February 4 at 2 pm.

The six-member cast of The Dining Room is a collective of
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The Dining Room

The Dining Room

Submitted by Kathryn Nazim

In February 2017, ACT (a community theatre) will offer a unique theatre experience. Directed by Terry Pratt, The Dining Room will take audience members on a journey through various decades of the 20th century and give them glimpses of upper-middle-class, North American WASP family life, as depicted in short scenes that share a common setting: a dining room.

A.R. Gurney’s
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The Dining Room

The Dining Room
ACT presents a comedy of manners at various locations

Submitted by Kathryn Nazim

The stage crew of upcoming performance of The Dining Room  by ACT (a community theatre) have a lot on their plates, so to speak. The play flits through its scenes at a brisk pace, and the stage crew must be ready to provide and receive props to ensure seamless transitions. Luckily for them, they’re headed by
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Some Upcoming Events

The Sense of an Ending

April 14–18
City Cinema 14A, coarse language, sexual content
Dir: Ritesh Bitra, UK, 108 min. Jim Br [ ... ]

Colonel Gray Art Show

March 29 (Opening)–April 9
Gallery @ The Guild Colonel Gray High Studio 10 invites everyone to vis [ ... ]

Personal Shopper

April 5–8
City Cinema 14A, frightening scenes
Dir: Olivier Assayas, France, 105 min. Kristen Stewar [ ... ]

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