Monthly Archives: September 2009

You Won’t ‘Boo’ This One

boo begins with a bang, a sheepish giggle from the audience and a ‘yay!’ The ‘yay’ is from Charlie Rhindress who has written and performs this one-man-show (in association with Mulgrave Road Theatre)- an exploration of an event in a … Continue reading

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Fun, Frivolity and Free Food: A Fringe Launch!

The Neptune Studio Theatre was teeming with the ‘Halifamous’ on Tuesday at noon for the Official Launch of the 19th Annual Fringe Theatre Festival which opens tonight and runs until September 13th, 2009 and features two hundred performances from twenty-nine … Continue reading

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Anne of Green Gables Lets Her Imagination Sing!

It is always difficult to analyze a show that is immortalized in your childhood, and such is the case for me with The Charlottetown Festival’s Production of the Norman Campbell/Don Harron musical Anne of Green Gables: the Musical. I first … Continue reading

Posted in alanna chisholm, amy wallis, charlotte moore, don harron, elizabeth mawson, glenda landry, janet macewen, laura mae nason, norman campbell, sandy winsby, tracy michailidis | Leave a comment

Hello Gilbert: PEI’s Famous Pair Get Carried Away by Love

marla mclean and peter deiwick in the world premiere production, 2005. I was born twenty-four years ago in Halifax, Nova Scotia. My mother, Shirley was also born in Halifax, Nova Scotia, and her parents, Florence and Joe were born in … Continue reading

Posted in bob johnston, brandon banks, brittany banks, heidi ford, jeff hochhauser, martha irving, michael hughes, nancy white, natalie sullivan, nathan keoughan, summerside | Leave a comment
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