This year’s show has taken a different approach from previous years.
Rather than holding a competition with judges, sponsors and prizes, this show will simply showcase the work of the many talented club members.
“We wanted this year’s show to be more a reflection of who we are as a community of photographers says club president, Paul Vreeland. No winners, no losers. Just an exhibition of what we’re all about.”
There will be four broad categories in the show this year, including landscape, people, nature, and photographer’s choice. The executive of the PEI Photo Club have been working to encourage the greatest possible participation. According to Rick Dunphy, chair of the Photo Show Committee, “We have been helping members select
and edit their best images. We want everyone to be happy about their contributions and to celebrate their accomplishments. I think that’s what this year’s show is really all about.”
Everyone is invited to visit the print show during gallery hours (check www.theguildpei.com for information) and to vote for your favourite photo.
The PEI Photo Club is grateful to all of the volunteers who make this show possible.
For more information please check www.peiphotoclub.com.
Watermark Theatre’s 3rd Annual Online Auction – April 16th to 30th, 2018
Watermark Theatre is holding an online auction to help raise funds for our 2018 summer season. We’re auctioning off exciting items both local to PEI and further afield. Sports, theatre, travel, hotel and restaurant options are all available at incredible prices.
April 16th to 30th – Bidding
– Sailboat Cruise from Souris to Bay Fortune
– Deep Sea Fishing for 4 People
– Theatre tickets to the Stratford Festival, Shaw Festival, Charlottetown Festival, Victoria Playhouse, Guild Theatre, Blyth Festival, The Four Tellers
– Toronto Theatre Tickets to Tarragon Theatre and Theatre Passe Muraille
– Tickets to the Toronto Maple Leafs, Island Storm, Charlottetown Islanders
– Dinner at Sims Corner Steakhouse, Rodney’s Oyster Bar, Blue Mussel Café
– Hotel stays at the Barachois Inn, Delta Hotel, Hampton Inn
– Golfing at Andersons Creek, Fox Meadow, Stanhope, Eagles Glenn, Dundarave, Clyde River
……And Much Much More!
Funds are supporting our 2018 Summer Season:
Great classical theatre! Dial “M” for Murder by Frederick Knott & A Moon for the Misbegotten by Eugene O’Neill
The Play Reading Series is coming back to introduce new scripts written by Islanders to our audience.
The Classic Music Reignited music series celebrating the decades of music from the 1930’s to the 1980’s
Watermark Gallery celebrating Island artists
The Theatre Production Mentorship Project, training young theatre artists to become the leaders of tomorrow
The Acting Conservatory, a two week acting intensive for young students
Chinese sur-titles on a selected performance
Posting on all community events boards and broadcasting on all community service announcements would be much appreciated.
Watermark is a proud member of the PTN – Professional Theatre Network of PEI
For more information, please contact Andrea Surich at 902-963-3963 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Admission by Donation.
Watermark Theatre is delighted to announce that Artistic Director Robert Tsonos will play the lead part of Tony Wendice in Dial “M” For Murder by Frederick Knott in the company’s 2018 summer season.
Originally hired as an actor by Watermark in 2014, Robert has not appeared on stage with the company since taking over the role as Artistic Director almost three years ago. Audiences will remember him as Lord Goring in “An Ideal Husband”, Bill Starbuck in “The Rainmaker”, and Richard The Lionheart in “The Lion In Winter”.
“I’m thrilled to be back on stage”, says Tsonos, “it just seemed like the right time and the right role for me to act again”. “It allows me to stay connected with our audiences and reminds me what it’s like to be an actor with this company, entertaining audiences every night”.
Robert’s other acting credits include theatres across the country and internationally. He played the lead role of Macbeth at the Hong Kong Arts Centre and Hamlet with the Tokyo International Players as well as appearing in “Problem Child”, “The Domino Heart”, and “For The Pleasure of Seeing Her Again” at the Canadian Embassy Theatre in Tokyo. Canadian credits include “Three Days of Rain” at Sudbury Theatre Centre and “Othello” at Persephone Theatre. Film and television credits include “Reign”, “Packed to the Rafters”, “Rake”, “Push”, and “Warehouse 13”.
Dial “M” For Murder by Frederick Knott, written in 1952, tells the frightening story of a husband planning the murder of his adulterous wife. He arranges the perfect crime by blackmailing a scoundrel he used to know into strangling her at a time when he has the perfect alibi. Of course, things do not turn out as planned. The play that inspired Alfred Hitchcock’s film classic weaves an ever-tightening web of danger and deception. Full of twists, turns, and suspense, this gripping thriller will keep you on the edge of your seat.
“The role of Tony Wendice is a challenging one”, says Tsonos, “he’s a sly, conniving scoundrel, but is extremely smart and charming at the same time. I can’t wait to start rehearsals”.
Watermark’s 2018 summer season runs from June 26th to September 1st, 2018.
For more information, or to set up an interview with Mr. Tsonos please contact Andrea Surich at 902-963-3963 or email@example.com
Watermark is a proud member of the (PTN) Professional Theatre Network of PEI.
Don’t miss the final showcase of the school year for the Holland College School of Performing Arts Music Performance students!
Confederation Centre is a proud partner of the SoPA, which offers its students training in a stimulating professional arts centre environment, supported by the services of an accredited college.
SoPA programs draw on the strengths of Confederation Centre of the Arts and Holland College to provide students with a strong foundation in their field, as well as in the business aspects of their chosen profession.
The show is April 5th at 7:30 PM at Holland College.