Razzmatazz and Ray's Reptiles at Fifth Annual KIDSFEST!
This year’s edition of KIDSFEST will
be held on Saturday, July 19. Most of this year’s event will be held
at Cranewood, 113 Main St. Weather permitting it will be outdoors,
if not it will move indoors.
“We’re very excited to be offering this program
again this year”, said Festival Artistic Producer Ron Kelly
of the programming is free to families, and we’ve got some really
great entertainment lined up.”
The Festival is once again teaming up with
Will O’ The Wisp Productions, who will present their play “Alice
in Wonderland” at
2 p.m.and 7 p.m. at the Sackville Music Hall. This is a paid event,
and tickets can be purchased at Tidewater Books. At 4 p.m. Razzmatazz
for Kids will present a free concert at Cranewood. Razzmatazz are
an exciting musical group, who previously wowed fans at other performances
in Sackville and around the Maritimes. From 5 p.m. to 6 p.m. there
will also be a free barbeque at Cranewood, and at 5:30 p.m. Ray’s
Reptiles will be presenting one of their interactive and entertaining
shows featuring some great live animals. In addition to the performances,
Owens Art Gallery will also be presenting an art activity for families
at Cranewood from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m.
For more details on KIDSFEST email firstname.lastname@example.org
Will O’ The Wisp Production: Alice in
Will O’ The Wisp Productions gears up for an original adaptation
of Alice in Wonderland.
This year’s production, presented in association
with Festival by the Marsh, will take place in the Sackville Music
Hall, 4A Bridge Street, July 17 - 20 with evening shows and weekend
For additional information visit the Will O' The
Wisp website at www.willothewisp.ca .
One of Southeast New Brunswick’s largest
and best loved summer festivals.
July 4 - July 31 - The Marsh Music Fest in collaboration
with Tantramar Blues Society.
July 17 - 20 Will O’ the Wisp Productions
presents “Alice in
July 19 - KidsFest with plays, concerts and other activities for
children and families.
July 23 - 27 The Performers’ Company
presents “West Moon Street” by
Also check back or contact us for details
on our staged reading of Shakespeare’s "Antony and Cleopatra"
Anyone interested in auditioning for "Antony and Cleopatra" can
phone 536-3576 or email email@example.com.
Festival by the Marsh Auditioning for Staged Reading of Shakespeare
Festival by the Marsh is once again venturing
back into producing one of Shakespeare’s works during the summer,
this year in the form of a staged reading of the play, “Antony
The staged reading will be presented on July 11 and 12 outdoors,
and ten actors will receive $75 honorariums for their participation
“A staged reading is a really fun way to do
a play”, said
Artistic Producer Ron Kelly Spurles. “The actors hold scripts
in their hands, but they're very familiar with the play and can puts
lots of energy and emotion into it, and make it very clear and entertaining
for an audience.”
The Festival is very excited to have former
Hubcity Theatre Artistic Director Robin Oxley directing the play.
Robin has an extensive background in theatre and in directing Shakespeare,
including the very successful 2013 version of “Romeo and Juliet”
at Tantramar Regional High School. The Festival is planning to return
to producing full-scale versions of Shakespeare’s plays in 2015.
Anyone interested in auditioning for "Antony and
Cleopatra" can phone 536-3576 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Festival will also be hiring a production stage
manager for the show, and an honorarium will be paid for this position.
More information can be obtained by calling 536-3576 or emailing
the Marsh is
an integrated arts festival featuring high
quality theatre and music performances,
fine arts displays
and demonstrations, other forms of artistic expression, and
educational programmes for young people.