The fourth year of The River Clyde Pageant, in New Glasgow, PEI. Co-directed by Megan Stewart, Ker Wells, Jane Wells, Ian McFarlane & Annie Therrien-Boulos Artistic & Production Support from: Emily Wells, Joanna Caplan, Marti Hopson, Andrea Ellis, Evan Medd, Dominique Hat, Kyla Gardiner, George Rahi, Robyn Jacob, Arnold Smith, Sebastien Labelle, Sue Leblanc, Laura…

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Catch a River by the Tale - 1

Catch a River by the Tale was the third iteration of The River Clyde Pageant in New Glasgow, PEI. The 2018 Pageant was directed by Ker Wells and I, in collaboration with over 140 incredible people – 60 performers, over 70 volunteers, and an 18-person creative team. This year’s Pageant maintained the production process that has…

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When it comes to making the River Clyde Pageant every summer, it often feels like we put our heads down and dive into creation work at the beginning of June and don’t come up for air until the end of July, when the first weekend of performances end. There’s never enough time spent documenting the…

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Last weekend we got our lovely American and Canadian Pageant pals together for Backstabbers! An Evening of American/Canadian Reconciliation & Solidarity Salon at The Mill. Our countries can transcend trade wars and questionable government leaders, right?! All we need are some good tunes. The event was organized by Marianne Rendon with Kathy Randels and Sean…

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River Clyde Pageant, New Glasgow, PEI, 2016

In the golden hour before sunset, on a summer evening in New Glasgow, a group of children run down to the River Clyde to go fishing. Arriving at the riverbank, they find no fish, but instead, a Singing Oysterman. The Oysterman teaches them a secret fish song, which draws out a colourful cast of wildlife…

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