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.

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Kraken It Up

May 11, 2018 10:00 pm – 11:30 am
The Kraken Up Maritime Comedy Showcase is returning to The Guild stage May 11th!
WP_20150419_007This time we have a hand selected crop of all PEI comedians featuring Niti Dhingra and Joe Revell. Co-headling the event are two Island favorites returning home from the big ol’ cities of Toronto and Vancouver respectively. We are super happy to have Taylor Carver and Heather Jordan Ross! The whole event will be hosted by Sam MacDonald.

Pin It Up

May 16, 2018
Calendar Girls ~
A series of 13 whimsical Polymer Clay, Pin-up girl sculptures by artist Christina Patterson. Enjoy a collection of
different themed characters for each month, that coincides with the tone of that month.
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The series explores the idea of the Pin-up Calendar girl in a fun, sexy and lighthearted way. The show at The Guild will
include a limited run of Calendars, along with limited run prints, a cheeky viewfinder, and keychains.
Come and meet the artist Saturday, May 19th from 3-5pm. The exhibit is open for viewing to the public from May 16th – 27th at the Guild between Gallery hours!

There’s No Time Like Now Time

The artwork of more than 30 Seniors College students will be showcased at The Guild, from May 2nd to 13th, with the opening reception on Wednesday, May 2nd from 7-9pm. There will be refreshments and everyone is welcome!
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This is the sixth year for this group show, with some old favorites exhibiting and lots of new faces as well. The participants say they are at “a time in their lives” when work and family commitments are reduced. They are thrilled to have the time to put into making art! The show will feature works from all the art classes including watercolor, acrylic, pastel, drawings, and multimedia.

The Seniors College is open to anyone over 50 and is a great opportunity to learn something new in a wide variety of topics. The camaraderie among the students adds a lot to the enjoyment!

The exhibit will be open for viewing to the public between Gallery hours.

A full list of Seniors College courses, schedules, and descriptions are available at http://www.seniorscollege.ca

Descendants at the Guild

New Beginnings Ministries (Dartmouth) has teamed up with Broadway In The HOOD (Las Vegas) to bring to life a wonderful new intimate musical about the unlikely pairing of two Americans, from two different worlds, whose lives helped pave the way for racial harmony in Canada in the 1800’s. “Descendants: A Musical History Lesson” is proud to make its world premier November 2017, with a limited engagement tour of selected provinces in Canada!
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Descendants: A Musical History Lesson, by the authors Deidre Thompson and Torrey Russell, is a haunting rags to riches tragedy depicting the fictitious tale of Edmund Fanning and David Sheppard, told throughthe eyes of George “Buddy” Sheppard, an 80 year old descendant of David Sheppard. Fanning, a white Loyalist, after being forced out of North Carolina, finds himself escaping lynching as he flees to New York City only to stumble right in the path of the Underground Railroad. Edmund along the way encounters David Sheppard, a runaway slave, who ultimately ends up saving Fanning’s life as they both escape to New York City. As the years pass David and Edmund form an unlikely friendship, but slavery remained consistent. From New York to Nova Scotia skin color remained the boundary that kept these two worlds apart. Descendants is at the Guild on December 1st at 7 PM.

Colonel Gray Studio 10 Opening Reception

Colonel Gray High Studio 10 invites everyone to visit and enjoy a varied display of artwork, including paintings, drawings, printmaking and photographs. These original student artworks, produced by CGHS’s grade 10 art classes and IB Visual Art classes, will be on display from March 29 until April 9th.

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A special invitation is extended for parents of Grade 9 students who are thinking about selecting Art as an elective as they register for high school next year. Come out and see some of the impressive work these students have created.

The Opening Reception at The Guild is March 29, 7-9pm.