12 Apr Spring/ Early Summer Theatre in the Central Coastal Drive
Central Coastal Drive 2022 Spring Theatre Guide
The best new theatre shows, musicals, concerts, and plays are hitting Central Coastal Drive stages this spring and taking bookings now!
Here is a roundup of the unmissable shows to see this coming spring:
The Logan Richard Band – Confederation Centre of the Arts / April 23 / 7:30PM – With his spellbinding R&B grooves, smooth voice, and blues-tinged guitar licks, it’s easy to see why many are calling him one of the best up-and-coming young guitarists in the country.
PEI Symphony- Concert for Ukraine – Confederation Centre of the Arts / April 24 / 2:30PM – With Guest Appearance from Richard Wood. Music featuring Ukrainian composers, music written by Ukrainians and must that symbolizes unity and strength.
David Myles – Confederation Centre of the Arts / April 29 / 7:30PM – Supreme sonic stylist David Myles and his all-star band will take you on a musical journey of shimmering soul, magic jazz, streetwise funk, and earthy blues!
Rose Cousins – Under the Spire / June 24 / 7:30PM – Rose Cousins’ newest offering, Bravado, is the sound of a heart trying to open. It explores the complication of emotion, its irrational tendencies and its wisdom. It invites us to feel the courage it takes to be vulnerable.
Stick&Bow – Under the Spire – June 26 / 3:00PM – Montreal duo Stick&Bow unites marimba player Krystina Marcoux and cellist Juan Sebastian Delgado. Classically trained musicians, they present a wide spectrum of musical styles featuring original arrangements of some of the most celebrated works in history!
PEI Mutual Festival of Small Halls – June 10 – 19 – Throughout PEI – Check out Richard Wood at Rockin’ and Reelin’ in Stanley Bridge on June 13th.
Believe, Achieve, Inspire -24STRONG – Confederation Centre of the Arts / April 30 / 7:00PM – Join 24STRONG’S students for an inspiring evening of dance. Dancers ages 4+ will take the stage showcasing routines in the styles of hiphop, jazz, lyrical, musical theatre and tap.
Cat and Nat: In Real Life & Real Clothes – Confederation Centre of the Arts / May 1 / 8:00PM – What do you do when a global pandemic rocks the entire world and forces you into lockdown for over a year? Well, if you’re Cat & Nat, you plan the most epic Reunion Tour imaginable.
The Paper Bag Princess – Children’s Theatre Festival at Watermark Theatre / April 16-April 18 – Based on the renowned classic, The Paper Bag Princess follows our heroine Elizabeth and cast of zany new characters on a wild, playful and puppet-filled adventure!
Beyond the Sea – Victoria Playhouse / June-September – On a pier in a small town a pair of strangers begin a conversation that would change the destiny of two lost souls forever. Beyond the Sea is a story about the importance of human connection told with wit and empathy through two unforgettable characters.
Tell Tale Harbour – Confederation Centre of the Arts / June 14-September 24 – A World Premiere Musical Comedy Deep in the heart of Atlantic Canada sits a small harbour slowly losing hope. The once bountiful fishing village is struggling to survive, and half the population is relocating to the mainland for better opportunities. The community is looking for a miracle when an opportunity arises to bring a state-of-the-art frozen french fry facility to town. There’s just one major obstacle; to secure the factory, the harbour must have a full-time resident doctor.
Anne of Green Gables The Musical – Confederation Centre of the Arts / June 18-September 3 – She is back! After a two-year hiatus, P.E.I.’s most iconic redhead returns to The Charlottetown Festival.
This family musical tells the poignant and funny story of a freckle-faced, red-haired orphan named Anne Shirley who arrives at the Bright River Railway Station full of hope for a new life.
With so many amazing theatre choices, you may have to get tickets for more than just one!