Community Theatre Festival 2018 - Mi'kmaq Heritage Actors 2018


Monday, May 09, 2011


A special congratulations to the cast and crew of Proof is called for. Last week audiences were thrilled to see this play realized on the stage of The Guild.

It was certainly an evening well-spent with strong performances of a very engaging script.

Technical issues prevented me from being able to post the information on the website before the show, but I am pleased to see our technical issues resolved and be able to extend my congratulations to all.

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Monday, February 07, 2011

ACT Auditions for “Proof” by David Auburn

ACT (A Community Theatre) will be holding auditions for its May production of the drama “Proof” by David Auburn. The production will be directed by Rob Reddin and co-produced by Rob Reddin and Margaret McEachern.

Auditions will take place from Friday, February 18th to Monday February 21st inclusive, and will be held at the VRC, 81 Prince Street in Charlottetown. Actors interested in auditioning should have a prepared monologue.

Four actors will be required for this production:
Robert - a professor (age 45+)
Catherine - his daughter (age 20-30)
Claire - Catherine’s sister (age 20-35)
Hal - Catherine’s love interest and Robert’s former student (age 20-35)

To book an audition, or if you are interested in working backstage, or for further information, please contact Margaret at
Margaret McEachern
Knit Pickers by Margaret McEachern
51 Westcomb Cr
Charlottetown, PE CANADA C1C 1B7
(902) 626-8284

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Tuesday, October 19, 2004

Proof That Our Favourite High School Teachers Keep Inspiring Us For Years To Come!


Annette Campbell �  Woman, Seller, and Soul Girl named �Lilith�

An Islander born and bred, Annette originally hails from York, P.E.I. She has a Bachelor of Music from UPEI and a Master of Arts in Musicology from McGill University.  After finishing her degree at McGill, she moved to Ottawa to work as a music program officer with the Canada Council for the Arts, eventually moving back to the Island to work as Administrative Coordinator with the Arts Netlantic research project at UPEI.  Annette currently teaches music privately, and acts as a grant consultant for various clients.  She is also Chair of the PEI Council of the Arts.

What does Annette’s former high school band teacher have in common with JCS Director Allie McCrady? Click on “more” to find out!

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