A theatre and arts filled morning today...
Nigel Bennet from the Atlantic Theatre Festival about the upcoming season
APRIL 21, 8 pm ONE NIGHT ONLY!! A MAN IN BLACK; A TRIBUTE TO JOHNNY CASH
tickets $20.00 adult and $15.00 student available at the Acadia Box office 542 5500
ATLANTIC THEATRE FESTIVAL 2007 SEASON
After a successful renewal season with their award winning production of Noises Off, the Atlantic Theatre Festival is heading back into production this year with three outstanding shows.
Shirley Valentine; is a story about one woman journey to Greece and to finding herself.
The Drawer Boy; Think Farm life is boring? Think again! Think plays about farm life are boring? You be the judge with this great play written by Canadian play write Michael Healey.
A Midsummer Night’s Dream; Shakespeare’s classic tale of love and intrigue, a tale of mistaken identities, of fairies and mortals. An ass’s head, and a play within a play. Chaos and confusion run amok in a moonlit wood, yet all ends well in this dream
Chris and Matt from the Ross Creek Arts Centre talking about the importance of arts education in the Valley and the workshops and camps that they offer for youth and portfolio development.
From their Website:
Welcome to the Ross Creek Centre for the Arts, an education and development centre for the arts based in rural Nova Scotia and reaching out to the world. On 186 spectacular acres of farm and forest overlooking the Bay of Fundy, the Centre has facilities and programs designed to serve the artistic and cultural communities of Nova Scotia, of Canada and of the world.
And then Ken Schwartz joined in from Two Planks and A Passion Theatre Company talking about their upcoming OUTDOOR performance of a Canadian adaptation of The Odyssey (Rick Chafe)