River Clyde pageant seek­ing per­form­ers

The Guardian (Charlottetown) - - ENTERTAINMENT/COMMUNITY -

Two Is­land theatre mak­ers, Ker Wells and Me­gan Stewart, are re­turn­ing to P.E.I. this sum­mer to be­gin work on The River Clyde Pageant, an out­door com­mu­nity theatre pro­duc­tion tak­ing place in New Glas­gow in Au­gust 2016.

This trav­el­ling spec­ta­cle will fea­ture stilt per­form­ers, largescale pup­pets and a choir, and is inspired by the history, mythol­ogy and en­vi­ron­men­tal is­sues as­so­ci­ated with P.E.I. rivers and wa­ter­ways.

A com­mu­nity pic­nic and in­for­ma­tion ses­sion will take place at the The Mill res­tau­rant in New Glas­gow (5592 Route 13) at 1pm on July 5 at 1 p.m.

The ses­sion will out­line the vi­sion of the pageant, the re­hearsal process and sched­ule, and the var­i­ous op­por­tu­ni­ties for in­volve­ment.

There will be a pic­nic fol­low­ing the meet­ing with food pro­vided by the The Mill. RSVP is en­cour­aged – email: river­clyde­pageant@gmail.com.

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