Performing arts

Theatre, music, dance and storytelling in Summerside

Cynthia MacLeod presents So The Story Goes on June 22

A bevy of performances will take place in June at the Scott MacAulay Performing Arts Centre in Summerside. 

Miscouche Consolidated will take the stage with Willy Wonk Jr. on June 4. Based on Roald Dahl’s timeless children’s book, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, the musical is about reclusive candy man, Willy Wonka, announcing a once-in-a-lifetime tour through his secret chocolate factory for five children who discover golden tickets in his world-famous candy bars.

The Three Oaks Senior High Popular Music Program will showcase an evening of music on June 6 and 7. Each student will feature in at least one performance and the sets will be a wide variety of styles.

Roberts Academy of Dance will give their last recital on June 9. The dancers and instructors will show off their hard work with step dancing, acro, jazz, hip hop and more.

On June 22, Small Halls presents So The Story Goes… PEI’s Cynthia MacLeod will heat up the stage for The Three Tellers, who take audiences back with anecdotes of down-home, politics, PEI drama and more with regular knee-slappers and even a tear or two.

Upcoming performances in July include Highland Storm and That’s The Island For Ya Deer! featuring Michael and Shane Pendergast on July 6, 13 and 20.

Tickets and further details are available at collegeofpiping.com.