I’m Every Woman

Cabaret show features songs that changed the world

The lively cabaret show I’m Every Woman is playing at Confederation Centre of the Arts this summer as part of The 2023 Charlottetown Festival. 

Alyssa LeClair
Clea McCaffrey

I’m Every Woman is a musical revue that travels through decades of iconic songs that changed the world. The soundtrack features empowering tracks from legendary women, like Aretha Franklin, Dolly Parton, Chaka Khan, Taylor Swift and more. 

The show stars five vocalists who can also be seen in the musical MAGGIE. Festival alumni Michelle Bardach and Nicola-Dawn Brook are joined by new faces Dharma Bizier, Alyssa LeClair and Clea McCaffrey.

Michelle Bardach
Nicola-Dawn Brook

The play is directed and choregraphed by Robin Calvert, who returns for her 18th season with The Charlottetown Festival. Calvert first came to the Festival as a dancer in Anne of Green Gables—The Musical™, and later became the production’s choreographer. I’m Every Woman marks her directorial debut with the Festival. 

Dharma Bizier

“This show honours the women who had the courage to speak up and fight for truth, justice, and equality; the women who fought to inspire and ignite change,” says Calvert. “We’re celebrating friendship and love through incredible songs that everyone will want to sing along to.” 

Performances of I’m Every Woman run at The Mack from July 3–September 22. Tickets can be purchased through the Centre’s box office in-person, via phone at 1-800-565-0278, or online at confederationcentre.com.