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Friday, October 30, 2015

ACT presents OF A CERTAIN AGE

ACT 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 on November 13 / 14 (three performances). 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 .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) or telephone 902-892-4384.

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Monday, December 12, 2005

Don’t miss ‘Christmas Remembered’

Don�t miss Christmas Remembered, a collage of readings, songs and music �in the round� at Beaconsfield�s charming Carriage House. The cast includes Cyril Armstrong, Quincy Beck, Madison Bernard, Cathy Grant, Jacob Hemphill, Debbie Maloney, Terry Pratt, Paul Whelan and Sophia Wong. Some of the highlights of the programme include Frederick Forsythe�s The Shepherd, The Gift of the Magi, and A Visit from St. Nicholas set to music especially for this show by Hank Stinson. The show plays this Friday and Saturday at 7:30 pm and Sunday afternoon at 2:00pm. Tickets are $12. ACT members will get a $2 discount at the door.

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Tuesday, October 19, 2004

Case of the Disappearing Posters!

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

CHARLOTTETOWN—Posters for ACT‘s upcoming production of “Jesus Christ Superstar” have been miraculously, or perhaps not-so-miraculously, disappearing.

Rob Thomson of ACT reports, “Our posters are being taken down by someone. They’re quite attractive and could be a collector’s item. However, we hope there is nothing more sinister behind their disappearance.”

On the positive side, tickets are being sold faster than the posters are being taken. “With three weeks to go before Jesus Christ Superstar opens, ticket sales are out-of this-world!” noted Thomson.

“Superstar” is on stage at Confederation Centre November 4th, 5th and 6th. Tickets are available at the box office.

Further Information:
Rob Thomson, 902-368-4465(W); 892-3288(H); .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)
Mike Wedge, 902-566-7861(W); 569-4906(H); .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

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ACT is an amateur association promoting community theatre on Prince Edward Island, Canada. Jesus Christ Superstar is ACT’s 25th performance.

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Monday, August 23, 2004

Murder on Location

From Thursday, August 26 through Saturday, August 28, St. Mary�s Church will become the stage for Murder in the Cathedral, the gripping verse drama by T.S. Eliot reenacting the death of Archbishop Thomas Becket in Canterbury Cathedral on December 29, 1170.
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Written for the Canterbury Festival in 1935, Eliot�s play � arguably the most substantial religious drama of the past century � was soon recognized as a classic and moved into commercial theatres; later it even became a film. But it is still best experienced in a church; in this setting it has been performed all over the world, including at St. Peter’s Cathedral in Charlottetown in 1983.

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