TWO EXCITING EVENTS HELD BY VANCOUVER FILM SCHOOL AT THE GUILD
Interested in studying at Vancouver Film School? Join us for our Discovery Info Session on May 11 12:00 – 1:00 p.m. PST.Join us for a 45-minute online information session. We’ll take you behind the scenes at VFS and help you discover what makes our workshops and immersive, one-year programs among the best in the world. We’ll be joined by a special guest alumnus to talk about the student experience and life after VFS. https://www.eventbrite.ca/…/vfs-discovery-info-session…
Empower Your Career and Connect with the Creative Industry | May 14 & May 15 This conference is open to actors of all experience levels, whether you’re just beginning your journey or already have professional credits under your belt. The virtual event will include guest lectures, industry discussions on a variety of topics from ‘filming during a pandemic’ to ‘virtual casting’ and numerous opportunities to network with the creative industry. Stay tuned for additional session and guest speaker information, which have yet to be announced! https://www.eventbrite.ca/…/the-actors-expo-tickets…
Mainstage Series: Pleasureville by Ellen DennyJune 24 to July 23 Singalong Jubilee – A Musical Tribute July 9 to August 10 Tapestry: A Tribute to Carole King July 29 to August 14 The Guild Festival Ensemble: Charlotte MooreRebecca McCauley Steph Hood Andrew Murray Julien Kitson Geordie Brown Celebration Series: Ava & Lily – June 18 Alicia Toner – July 3 Vince the Messenger – August 7 Noah Malcolm – July 16Shane Pendergast – August 27 Oshun Dance – July 12 & 19The Serenades – June 17 & August 26 Popalopalots – June 19, July 24, August 21 Children’s Series: Disney’s Aladdin Jr. Disney’s The Beauty & The Beast Jr. The Guild MTS Kids Ceilidh
CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS | ACTORS WHO ARE NON-BINARY For the upcoming summer festival season in Charlottetown, PE, The Guild is seeking submissions from actors with diverse gender identities, with a special interest in artists based on Prince Edward Island and in Atlantic Canada. The Guild is mounting a professional production of a soon-to-be-announced Canadian play that features a principal character who is non-binary. The Guild is therefore seeking to cast an artist who is non-binary or genderqueer. Outside dates are mid-June to early August. Union and non-union artists are encouraged to submit. Artists are asked to submit a resume and headshot, and are encouraged to include a message or cover letter introducing themselves. Submissions should be e-mailed to email@example.com no later than Thursday, March 25th, 2021 at 5:00pm. The Guild strives to present content and artists reflective of our diverse community. The Guild is working to engage new voices and talent, with a strong desire to advance opportunities for historically underrepresented and marginalized identities. The Guild accepts submissions from artists of all ethno-cultural backgrounds and gender identities, and celebrates the unique perspectives, histories, and experiences of each and every artist. This will be the second ever original Guild production, following Singalong Jubilee in 2019.
The Guild Presents Absolution Please join us as we share a multimedia production titled ‘Absolution’. Absolution will have you doubting the perspectives of good and evil in the world in which we live and die. Absolution forces its’ characters to destructively collide when questioned and confronted with the harsh truths of life. The truths in ‘Absolution’ are masked by distorted beliefs, built on lies of the past, and cannot be hidden anymore for forgiveness to be decided and executed. This presentation stars Robbin Ward and Dennis Trainor and includes a host of characters portrayed by Island performers. Absolution is directed and produced by Mahdi Selseleh and is presented by ‘The Guild PEI’. *Some scenes in ‘Absolution’ deal with adult themes, and is intended for mature audiences. Viewer discresion is advised.*
March 17,18,19 @ The Guild House opens @ 7:30 PM Show: 8:00 PM Ticket Price: $25 Advance sales available through The Guild Box office in person, or over the phone.
All productions are being presented by The Guild with the permission of the Public Health Office of Prince Edward Island, and operates under its rules and guidelines. Within these guidelines, theatre seating has been limited to a maximum of 50 people. Chairs will be grouped with a maximum of 6 chairs per group, and each group is 6ft. from one another. It is possible that depending on the size of your party, you may be seated with other audience members within those 6 chairs. If you have any questions or concerns about this process, please speak with our box office agents by calling 902-620-3333, or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Presented by The Guild, Popalopalots Improv Comedy returns to The Guild stage for a Friday night frolic of fun!
That’s right. This time around it’s a Friday night!They make it all up right there on the spot and hope to heck that it’s funny. The crazy thing is: it often is! Even when they fail, it’s still kinda funny. What we’re saying is, there’s funny things bound to happen during this show and you deserve to laugh.
Tickets $16 available at The Guild Box Office. Pops shows have been selling out so good idea to get your tickets early!!
A new hard hitting holiday episode of Amazing Tales of the Atlantic: The Podcast is available now! Will the DDT Detectives be able to stop the holiday hating Grabbus? Find out wherever fine podcasts are found!https://anchor.fm/…/The-DDT-Detectives—Muscle-Santa…And remember to grab tickets for March 26th’s Amazing Tales of the Atlantic – LIVE!Don’t forget to subscribe and tell your friends! It all helps us reach more ears!#princeedwardisland #pei #novascotia #newbrunswick #newfoundland #canadiancomedy #canadianpodcast #podcast #wrestling #maritimewrestling #comedy.