(a community theatre)
Welcome To ACT
ACT was created in 1995 by a group of dedicated, theatre-loving individuals on Prince Edward Island. Since then it has presented top-quality productions, including blockbuster musicals (Jesus Christ Superstar, HMS Pinafore, The Rocky Horror Show, Sweeney Todd); strong dramas (The Crucible, Julius Caesar, Waiting for Godot, Macbeth); classics (The Mousetrap, The School for Scandal); delightful comedies (Noises Off, Lend Me a Tenor, Midsummer Night's Dream); and much more. In 2020, ACT celebrated its 25th anniversary. To read more about the history of ACT and it's beginnings : 'What's in a name?'
News and Events
After being postponed for more than two years due to COVID-19, ACT is planning on bringing 'Noises Off' to the stage in May of 2023. For a farce about how things can go awry in theatre, what better example of life imitating art! Written by Michael Frayn, this show presents the madcap misadventures of a touring troupe of actors, their bitingly sarcastic director, and their overworked crew as they attempt to rehearse and perform a flop of a farce entitled Nothing On. Tickets will available in the spring at www.ticketpro.ca and at the Florence Simmons box office. Click here for more information.l
WANTED : SUBMISSIONS FOR
COMMUNITY THEATRE FESTIVAL 2024
Amateur theatre groups or individuals are invited to consider entering a short play or excerpt (max 40 minutes) for the Community Theatre Festival which will take place in Charlottetown in March or April 2024. One act plays, scenes, musicals, dramas or improv groups- almost anything goes! A very casual atmosphere and a chance to showcase your talents! Contact Mike Mallaley, Director of Theatre to express interest, by December 1, 2023, with confirmation of plans by late February. firstname.lastname@example.org
We are seeking proposals for our 2023/24 season. Do you have a show in mind, or would you like help getting involved as a producer, director, stage manager or member of a crew? CONTACT US! We would love to get you on a list of people willing to help out with putting on our next season! Click here for info.
Rainbow Valley by Hank Stinson, adapted from the novel by
LM Montgomery. Music by Dean Burry, with orchestral arrangements by Natalie Williams Calhoun. Played at the Guild, November 2018