(a community theatre)

Evita, 2009

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?'


MacBeth, 2012

Upcoming shows

We are seeking proposals for our 2021/2022 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. 

Looking for new activity Join the Board

Get Involved ! 

Would you like to join the ACT Board of Directors and help foster community theatre on Price Edward Island ?

Looking for a new challenge? The Board of Directors for ACT is looking for new faces. Experience is not needed, and we would welcome people who haven't necessarily been in the community theatre circle before. Duties- monthly meetings for 1-2 years and possibly other tasks depending on your portfolio. Write to for more information and to express interest or to nominate someone! AGM will be in August !



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. ACT’s  production of this ‘farce to end all farces’ will  (fingers crossed) appear sometime on stage in 2020. Tickets are $25 and will available eventually at and at the Florence Simmons box office. 

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Past Shows

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

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