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Join Us for Classes and Camp

Join us at The Guild as we announce our Musical Theatre School’s 2022 Performances.

This lineup will be announced by our Artistic Director of Children’s & Community Programming Lori Linkletter, who will tell you all about our Winter & Summer Series, as well as our upcoming MTS Classes & Summer Camps. 

With special guests and live performances, you won’t want to miss what our Musical Theatre School has in store for 2022!

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Hard Work Is the Ticket

Look at this hardworking crew of humans… and YOU can join them!

CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS ATLANTIC CANADIAN PERFORMING ARTISTS, CREATIVES, DESIGNERS

The Guild Summer Festival (Charlottetown, PE) is accepting submissions from artists in PEI and Atlantic Canada in preparation for its 2022 summer season, and future seasons. Actors, musicians, writers, dancers, directors, designers, and creators from all mediums of live performance art are encouraged to submit. Artistic Director Geordie Brown is seeking to meet new artists and learn about their work. The festival presents a Mainstage Series of professional theatre and musicals produced in-house, along with a Celebration Series that celebrates Atlantic Canadian performing artists through concerts and other special performances and presentations. Artists are encouraged to submit via email to submissions@theguildpei.comArtists may submit whatever information they like, which may include a resume, bio, and/or examples of work. Artists will be given the opportunity to participate in a virtual meet-and-greet with the artistic director, but this is not a requirement. Managers and Agents may also submit on behalf of artists. Artists who already submitted as part of the General Auditions may submit again if there is a specific project/topic they would like to discuss. Deadline for submissions is Monday, October 24, 2021.The Guild celebrates all genders, backgrounds, and identities, and strives to maintain a safe space that reflects our diverse community, through education, engagement, and representation.

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Raising Awareness

The Guild will be closed on September 30th . This day will be dedicated to raising awareness and honouring the survivors of residential schools, their families, and communities. We invite everyone to take this opportunity to reflect and come together in the spirit of healing and the promise of better days ahead. #EveryChildMatters#NationalTRW#OrangeShirtDay#TruthAndReconciliation#Reconciliation#ReconciliACTION#IRS

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Calling All Artists

The Guild is currently seeking submissions for 2022 from, but not limited to: emerging artists; mid-career artists; established and senior artists; artists of diverse backgrounds; artist populations that have been generally underserved; and community groups. As a cultural venue with its mandate for promotion and support for Island artists, the Guild’s Board of Directors have given clear direction for Island artists to be awarded first consideration. All exhibitions will run for approximately 2 weeks from February through June.

Please submit- Up to 5 works- Artist Resume- Statement of Intent / Exhibition ProposalPlease send submissions via e-mail to Alyse Mercey, Gallery and Events Manager at amercey@theguildpei.com We look forward to viewing your submission.

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Get Ready for Amazing


Amazing Tales of the Atlantic returns to The Guild stage for an encore performance of their most recent tales! Amazing Tales of the Atlantic is a live radio play anthology series celebrating the unique residents of the Atlantic. It takes the kinds of characters in our community we all know and love and puts them in wild scenarios. It features an all star cast of PEI actors and comedians as well as live sound effects that have to be seen AND heard to be believed! Each evening of Amazing Tales of the Atlantic audiences will be treated to 3 chapters of the three ever-evolving tales!Those tales are…The DDT Detectives – “Escape From New Glasgow” – The Fisheries Minister has been kidnapped and only Crusher Kevin Cormier and Dashing David Doiron can find him. The tag-team detectives will need to use their brains and their brawn if they’re going to survive the lawless township of New Glasgow, Nova Scotia! The B’ylight Zone – “Da ‘Ting” – Chaos and paranoia abound when a group of rural veterinarians take in an injured Newfoundland dog. They soon find out that the dog and even their peers may not be what they appear. Anne of the Green Planet – “Robo-Cuth” – After Dr. Matthew Cuthbert dies in a tragic shuttle accident, he reappears on Avonlea Station as a beefy cyborg. Matthew soon takes over as the station’s heavy handed chief of security. Are his motivations his own? Will Anne and the gang be able to stop his tyranny? Entry is $20 at the door, seats can be purchased in advance by visiting The Guild, 111 Queen Street, Charlottetown, at theguildpei.com or by calling (902) 620-3333! Past tales are available anytime on our podcast! anchor.fm/amazingtalesoftheatlantic.

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