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Monday, September 28, 2015

Of a Certain Age

ACT (a community theatre) presents OF A CERTAIN AGE

ACT (a community theatre) is planning their 4th production for 2015 - ACT’s 20th anniversary year. The show, titled OF A CERTAIN AGE, will consist of three light-hearted one-act plays be held at the Guild in mid November.  Directors Ellen Carol, Sharon MacDonald and Nancy McLure bring a wealth of theatre experience to the project.

All three scripts feature a role for a woman ‘of a certain age’. Two of the plays, “The Pretty Trap” and “Lord Byron’s Love Letter”, are written by Tennessee Williams. The third play, “The Prompter”, was written by David Moses for the well-loved local actress Mae Ames. A special feature of the production will be a vocalist / narrator who will set the stage for each play.

OF A CERTAIN AGE will coincide with an exhibition in the Gallery at the Guild of memorabilia - photos, props, costumes, posters, etc. from ACT’s 20 years of involvement with amateur theatre in the community.

The production OF A CERTAIN AGE will take place at the Guild in Charlottetown on November 13 (7:30pm) and November 14 (2:00pm and 7:30pm). Tickets are $20 and will be available at the door, cash only.

For further information, contact eslkatie1@gmail.com or telephone 902-892-4384.

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Tuesday, September 22, 2015

PEI Playwrights’ Readings

Playwrights’ Cabaret - October 8
You’re Invited!  Come celebrate the work of Island playwrights!

A Playwrights’ Cabaret is being hosted by the P.E.I. wing of PARC (Playwrights Atlantic Resource Centre) on Thursday October 8th 7 pm at Charlottetown’s excellent new restaurant Local 343 located at 98 Water Street. The space is open at 6:30 pm with complimentary finger foods and cash bar. Come listen to readings by some of our own talented playwrights:
Jeff Bursey, Marlane O’Brien, Marjorie Hooper Dalziel, Kathleen Hamilton, Steven Mayoff, Rob MacLean and Melissa Mullen, Malcolm Murray,  J.J. Steinfeld, and Laurel Smyth.
The Cabaret is hosted by P.E.I. PARC board members Kathleen Hamilton and Melissa Mullen; intermission with cash food and bar service. Admission is by donation.
THEN – playwrights—Let’s meet the next day – Friday, October 9th at Local 343 at 10 am to have light snacks and a conversation about the role PARC plays in the Prince Edward Island play writing community - what we do and hope to do in PEI and throughout the region. Help us make plans for the future. We’re looking for your input, your wisdom, experience, your criticism, your humour and whatever else you might have to bring to the discussion.
To find out more about PARC and it’s programs for playwrights go to www.playwrightsatlantic.ca
Hope to see you at the reading at Local 343 for the Playwrights’ Cabaret and please let us know if you can join us at the meeting on Friday at 10am – contact us at : parcdramaturge@playwrightsatlantic.ca or melissa.hallaig@gmail.com .
Thanks.
Kathleen Hamilton and Melissa Mullen, PEI Reps on the PARC Board,  and Jenny Munday, Artistic Director

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