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Coming Right Up

Charlottetown Musical Concerts and The Guild co-present the holiday musical theatre celebration, Cocktails & Candy Canes at The Guild (111 Queen Street Street) on Monday,
December 21 and Tuesday, December 22.

Show times are 6:00pm and 8:30pm (2 performances per evening: 90-minute duration) and advanced tickets [highly recommended] are $25.00 (reserved seating).

New to the scene, Charlottetown Musical Concerts adds to the region’s vibrant performing arts landscape. Professional musical theatre talents kick it up in a festive evening of holiday song! From
sacred to scintillating, jazz to gospel – and all musical styles in between, Cocktails & Candy Canes is an entertaining evening not to be missed!

One part simplicity, one part stylishly chic. Shaken – not stirred!

Cocktails & Candy Canes features professional musical theatre artists Jessica Burrett, Caroline Burton, Réjean Cournoyer, Jessica Gallant, Jacob Hemphill, Colin Kelly, Melissa MacKenzie, Brandon Roy, Luc Trottier, Emma Wright-Rudy, and Christopher Wilson.

Purchase your tickets by visiting theguildpei.com or by calling (902)620-3333!

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Here’s to 40

May 26, 2018 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm
“Here’s to 40” a one-woman show presented at The Guild in Charlottetown, PE. Two Nights
only on May 26th and June 6th, 2018 at 7:30 pm.
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The Atlantic Academy of Performing Arts presents “Here’s to 40”. This is a one woman show
written and performed by Sherri-Lee PIke, Directed by Alison Hart with Musical Direction by
Brandon Roy. “Here’s to 40” is the story of Stephanie as she journeys through her 39th year
reflecting on love and life lessons through humor, story, and song.

That’s a Wrap!

Victoria Playhouse, in partnership with Atlantic Academy of Performing Arts, offered a fourteen-week session of theatre classes for kids aged 5 to 14 years. Teachers Sherri-Lee Pike and Brandon Roy are industry professionals who instructed the kids in acting, singing, and movement through exercises, games, and improvisation.

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Canadian Tire

We are very grateful to Canadian Tire Charlottetown and Summerside for their generous support of our children’s theatre classes. Thank you to store owners Cameron Beach and Claude Landry, along with their staffs, for recognizing the many benefits of arts education for kids and providing funding to ensure access to those benefits regardless of family income level!