The Kings Playhouse in Georgetown will offer engaging art, theatre presentations and a Fall Flavours event this September.
In the Playhouse Gallery, the UPEI Seniors College exhibition continues until September 11. Shine! features the work of 14 different artists and includes watercolour, acrylic, oil, pastel, drawing and multimedia.
Frames of Rwanda, a photography exhibit by Naomi Cousins will open September 12. Naomi captures everyday life in Rwanda, its fertile and lush landscapes, and its beautiful people. The exhibit aims to break the stigma and stereotypes about Rwanda’s history and help viewers see a place that Naomi has come to love and call home.
Julie Bull’s exhibit Settle Down, Settlers! will open in the gallery on September 29. The exhibit is, above all else, a call to action. The mixed media exhibit explores themes of (de)colonization, queerness and identity, Indigeneity, and sovereignty.
The Playhouse will be welcoming the new works festival, Fresh from the Island, from September 23–26. The Young at Heart Theatre and Desert Island Theatre Company will give audiences a chance to immerse themselves in the creative process by witnessing public presentations of two new works by Island playwrights.
On September 30, Fall Flavours Festival will bring A Taste of Georgetown to the Playhouse. Visit fallflavours.ca for details.
Info: kingsplayhouse.com, 1-888-346-5666. 65 Grafton St, Georgetown.