Make It Come True

Donate to Watermark Theatre! There are only a few days left in 2021. If you have not done so already, please consider making a donation to Watermark Theatre before the year is out. It is once again a time of uncertainty in our industry with many theatres across the country closing their doors for the second or third time during this pandemic. We need your support now more than ever. We have a great selection of performances in store for you next year and can’t wait to share all the exciting news with you very soon. Until then, stay safe and be well. Donate Here: You may also call the box office at 902-963-3963 or send a cheque to:Watermark Theatre, PO Box 190, 57 Church Hill Ave, North Rustico, PE, C0A 1X0 We are a not for profit charitable organization and a charitable tax receipt will be issued with all donations.

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Happy Holidays!

Happy Holidays from everyone here at the Guild. Your love and support is greatly appreciated! We will be closed from December 24th until January 4th, 2022. Ticket purchases can still be made online at or over the phone at 1-888-311-9090.Don’t forget that until the end of December you can receive 20% off the ticket price for any of our Summer Festival Mainstage Series by using PROMO code: HOLIDAY

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Thank You For Your Support

Last year was unprecedented and this year was unpredictable. The future is still so uncertain, but, with you alongside us, we are committed in our recovery to bring theatre, music, dance, visual arts, and arts education to you. 

You helped us produce and present multidisciplinary programming in our gallery and on our stages, provide vital arts education programs to the next generation of visual and performing artists, and celebrate learning through our evolving Confederation Players Program and the Symons Medal Lecture. 

Here are some highlights of 2021, made possible with your support. 

Our theatre doors opened in February for the first time in over a year to a sold-out show titled Lovers’ Lament: A Vaccine for Relationships, just in time for Valentine’s Day.

In May, we launched a new theatre training program, involving 30 students and 10 teachers to train the next generation of skilled theatre employees in wardrobe, props, lighting, video, carpentry, and audio.

In June, the 2021 Charlottetown Festival returned to our mainstage with three shows: Between Breaths, Dear Rita, a world premiere, and Old Stock: A Refugee Love Story. In the amphitheatre, two unique and inspirational shows were presented: Street Fusion and The Voices of Resilience.

Confederation Centre Art Gallery presented two major exhibitions: Two Thumbs Up (Arts and Crafts) from award-winning Quebec-based artist collective BGL; and A Life’s Work: Canadian Artist Robert Harris (1849-1919), which provided visitors with an overview of Harris’ prolific career.

The 2021 Symons Medal was presented in October to the Honourable Louise Arbour, CC, GOQ with a lecture titled DESIDERANTES MELIOREM PATRIAM, or “They Desire a Better Country”, focusing on the transformation of Canadian society through immigration, the pandemic, and law.

Holiday classic The Nutcracker, performed by dance umbrella, returned in December for the first time in ten years. 
As the year comes to a close, the challenges that it has brought have taught us so much. As a supporter, you are vital to the success of all that we do, and you are part of an extraordinary community dedicated to making a meaningful impact in PEI and across Canada through the arts.

With you standing alongside us, we are committed to finding new ways to connect you with the arts, continue arts education for children and youth, provide accessible and free arts programming, and inspire and engage all Canadians through visual and performing arts.

I look forward to seeing you next year in which will be one of the most highly anticipated and exciting years at the Centre. 

Thank you, Happy Holidays and Happy New Year.  
Steve Bellamy    CEO, Confederation Centre of the Arts

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