Tag: theatre

Atlantic Drama Festival

Watermark Theatre will host the National Theatre School of Canada's Atlantic Drama Festival at their theatre in North Rustico.The Festival, which runs...

Key roles cast

Artistic Director Adam Brazier has announced select casting for the 55th consecutive season of Anne of Green Gables—The Musical™. Connor Lucas wi...

Mamma Mia!

The Charlottetown Festival returns to an idyllic Greek island for Mamma Mia! this summer, and rehearsals are underway for the first leg of the show’...

Parent and Ritchie

Rebecca Parent and Hugh Ritchie star in the 2019 production of Anne & Gilbert-The Musical, beginning April 30 at The Guild in Charlottetown. For ...

This summer at The Guild

Highlights include the mainstay production of Anne & Gilbert: The Musical; Meanwhile In Ward 16, a new sketch comedy show by Islander Rob MacDonal...

Actors announced for Where You Are

Victoria Playhouse has announced the cast of Kristen Da Silva’s Where You Are. Islanders Helen Killorn and Benton Hartley return to the Playhouse st...

Feast Dinner Theatre

Crazy Rich Islanders Rodd Charlottetown Hotel A couple of passionate Islanders are ready to pitch their weird and wacky business ideas to a panel of...

Angry Women on the road

The “angry women” of the jury are headed out to three more Island theatres. 12 Angry Women will be in North Rustico, Summerside and Georgetown in ...

12 Angry Women

12 Angry Women is sort of a courtroom drama, but without the courtroom. It’s what happens after all the theatrics of a week of testimony. But it’s...

Where You Are

Victoria Playhouse will produce Kristen Da Silva’s new play Where You Are as part of its 2019 Festival Season. Canada’s most produced playwright, ...

Relaxed performances at the Centre

With the support of the Autism Society of PEI, the Confederation Centre is working with its Charlottetown Festival production team to make two perform...

Kronborg—the Hamlet Rock Musical

“To be or not to be” is the most famous question in all of drama. And it is this question that Kronborg—the Hamlet Rock Musical, like the Shakes...

Sadie off the Rails

Young at Heart Theatre has announced the casting for Sadie Off the Rails, written by Diane Barnes and Wade Lynch, with musical arrangements by Don Fra...

Cast in place

Watermark Theatre’s 2019 Acting Company will include two local PEI actors, two actors from Halifax, and two from Toronto. Cornwall born and Emyvale ...

7 Stories

Your old-timey observer’s been at this reviewing racket long enough that I inevitably cover certain plays more than once – and Morris Panych’s s...

Sadie Off The Rails

Currently in its 15th season, Young at Heart Theatre will present this year’s touring show, Sadie Off The Rails, a musical trip in one act. This mus...

Jury chosen

The dozen parts in 12 Angry Women have been cast, and rehearsals got under way in late February. This is a production of ACT (a community theatre), di...

Victoria Playhouse

The Victoria Playhouse will open its 38th season on June 28 with the new Canadian comedy Where You Are. The latest play by Kristen Da Silva is a heart...

This Year’s Anne

Artistic Director of Confederation Centre of the Arts Adam Brazier has announced that Emma Rudy will become the 19th actor to play Anne Shirley in Ann...

Grace Kimpinski

Grace Kimpinski has produced or co-produced a theatre show every few months for almost five years—but this year, she’s preparing for ten shows in ...

PEI director

Watermark Theatre has announced that Charlotte Gowdy will direct Crimes of the Heart by Beth Henley in their 2019 summer season. Born and raised on t...

An Improvised Christmas Carol

Charles Dickens’ classic 1843 novella A Christmas Carol has been reprinted, adapted, imitated and lampooned endlessly, so coming up with a new spin ...

Four One-Act Comedies Did by Rob MacDonald

Ye olde reviewer last visited The Guild to watch a musical based on an Anne of Green Gables novel, so it neatly bookends the month to be back there a ...

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