Ugly Duckling Back For More

After the tremendous attendance of the first two performances earlier this month, Watermark Theatre is pleased to announce that we will be adding two more performances of the Cat’s Pajamas Theatre Company’s production of “The Ugly Duckling” on August 23rd and 25th at 10:00AM.


The Cat’s Pajamas is a theatre for young audiences company created by Rebecca Griffin, a Holland College Theatre Performance alumni (2014). To this date, the company has produced three shows at The Guild theatre in Charlottetown. With the help of actors Kaitlyn Post and Jacob Durdan, and director Sarah MacPhee (all Holland College alumni as well), The Cat’s Pajamas Theatre Company is slowly, but surely moving up.

The Ugly Duckling is an adaptation of the classic tale written by Pamela Campbell and Nancy Beck. This quick production is jam-packed full of music, comedy, and a plethora of barnyard characters. Sure to be fun for all!

Kaitlyn Post is originally from Sussex, New Brunswick. You can also find her performing in Feast Dinner Theatre’s production of Scandalous at The Rodd Charlottetown.

Becca Griffin is a mainland native, but an islander at heart. She’s worked with various theatres across the Island, especially the Victoria Playhouse, appearing in a few of their Norm Foster pieces.

Hailing from Saint John, New Brunswick, Jacob Durdan has performed in many Island productions, including Cinderella: A Fairly Tale, Aladdin: Another Fairly Tall Tale, and Ladies and a Gent.

Watermark is thrilled to be able to host this classic family show and help support a local theatre company.

August 23rd at 10:00AM
August 25th at 10:00AM

At Watermark Theatre, 57 Church Hill Ave. North Rustico, PE, C0A 1X0 All tickets are $10.

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