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Sunday, February 27, 2005

Ars Longa News

Dear Island artists:

I would like to inform you that Ars Longa now has its own website, which is www.isn.net/~arslonga/home.html This site is best viewed with Internet Explorer.

On the site I have put photos of the renovations that are taking place, you can view these photos by clicking on the link below. I will be adding more photos weekly.

www.isn.net/~arslonga/photos.html

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Thursday, February 24, 2005

Seeking Volunteers

Dear Set Builders,

Brenda MacIssac-Gallant, a teacher from Kensington Intermediate School, has called seeking volunteers to assist with the set (design and building) for their play “The Return of the Glass Slipper.”  Different sets are required including small shops that the characters walk through in the town and may include painted paper backdrops.  Brenda is hoping that volunteers will work with the students to build the set.  The show will be staged in mid to late May.

If you are interested in helping out, please contact Brenda at Kensington Intermediate School 836-8900.

Thanks,

Dawn
 
TheatrePEI
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2005-02-23

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Wednesday, February 23, 2005

Samuel French Canadian Playwrights Contest - 2004 Winner

The winner of the 2004 contest is Queen Milli of Galt by Gary Kirkham. 
A lovely romantic comedy with a handy supply of humor, this play is a genuinely witty exploration of unexpected love.  In 1972, the Duke of Windsor (Edward VIII) dies while living in exile at the age of 78.  Two weeks later in Canada, an 80 year old woman from a small town named Galt has her tombstone engraved, claiming to be his wife.  A young journalist appears at her door, eager for answers.  Flashback to 1919 as Edward, then holding the official title of the Prince of Wales, visits Canada as an emissary of the King.  Bored with the pomp and circumstance, he slips away from his official duties and begins a romance with a charming young woman…

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Monday, February 21, 2005

Call for Island Playwrights

Tired of hearing all of those voices in your head?  Want a chance to set those characters free?  TheatrePEI is seeking scripts written by Islanders to be read at TheatrePlay, an informal get-together of people interested in theatre.  Please submit your one act or full length play to TheatrePEI for consideration.

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Friday, February 18, 2005

Studio 58 Spring Auditions 2005

Studio 58one of the strongest training programs on the continent.
- Colin Thomas, Theatre Critic, The Georgia Straight

A Professional Theatre Training Program

ACTING (3 years)
Begins in September or January
Comprehensive training in the classroom and in Studio 58 productions

PRODUCTION (2 years)
Begins in January only
Practical training and directed studies for self-motivated students

Application deadline is March 15, 2005
Auditions in April / May in Vancouver, Edmonton, Ottawa and Toronto

For application & information:

Studio 58, Langara College
100 West 49th Avenue
Vancouver, BC V5Y 2Z6
P (604)323.5652
F (604)323.5579
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www.langara.bc.ca/studio58

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Thursday, February 17, 2005

The Atlantic Smile Company - Flash in the Pan

An invitation from The Atlantic Smile Company to “Flash in the Pan” Songs and stories from the Klondike Gold Rush

Starring Hank Stinson and Heidi Jury

Saturday, February 26th, 7:30
Beaconsfield Carriage House
Tickets $10 - $8 Ph. 368-6603

Sunday, February 27th, 2:00
Seniors’ Active Living Centre
Cari Complex, UPEI
Tickets $8 - $6 Ph. 566-0737

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Tuesday, February 15, 2005

ACT Out - Flash In the Pan

Our next Act Out event will be on Saturday, February 26th when we will attend Flash In the Pan an evening of tall tales from the Klondike with storyteller Hank Stinson and musician Heidi Jury.

Flash In the Pan will transport the audience back to the glory days of the Klondike gold rush through the poetry of Robert W. Service.

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Monday, February 14, 2005

Culture Caf on Small Islands - Small Acts

Culture Caf on Small Islands - Small Acts: Island Communities Within a Globalizing World
The public is invited to attend a free Culture Caf called Small Acts: Island Communities Within a Globalizing World on Wednesday, February 23, at 7 p.m., at the Confederation Centre Art Gallery.

On December 26, 2004, tsunamis caused by earthquakes killed more than 150,000 people around the Indian Ocean, including on Andaman Islands, Hafun, the Maldives, the Nicobar Islands, Phuket, the Seychelles, Sri Lanka and Sumatra. Once again putting islands on the map and agenda globally, such large-scale disasters and smaller-scale incidents like the storm surges that have devastated coastal areas locally are reminders of the vulnerability of islands to natural disasters and the challenges that isolated geographies face when dealing with risk and disasters.

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Sunday, February 13, 2005

Lend Me a Tenor - Tickets on sale now

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Get ready to laugh away the winter blahs � with a somewhat naughty farce! 
�Lend Me a Tenor� is the play. �il Stupendo� is the world�s sexiest tenor, but this is definitely not an opera. It�s a hilarious comedy � full of mistaken identity and misunderstandings, side-splitting gag lines, frenzied comings-and-goings as two lusty young women chase after a man who may, or may not, be �il Stupendo�.
There�s a �doors-and-drawers� flourish of colour: the astonishing art-deco set with its six doors ... and the flash of �30s costumes, right down to the mint-green knickers! </td></tr></table>

Slide Show

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Lend Me a Tenor - Poster

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Saturday, February 12, 2005

Please send a message to Prime Minister Martin

Dear Gerry:

Over the past few weeks, thousands of Canadians have written to Prime Minister Martin to urge his government to build a new CBC firmly rooted in communities across the country.  At the same time, we have brought pressure to bear on CBC management to respect its mandate under the Broadcasting Act to serve the special needs of Canada’s regions.

Together, weve created tremendous pressure thats hard to ignore.  And our efforts are paying off!

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Friday, February 11, 2005

Maria explains about bossoms

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Thursday, February 10, 2005

An Idea

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Wednesday, February 09, 2005

A Phone call

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Tuesday, February 08, 2005

Saunders and Maggie have words

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