Romeo and Juliet premieres in Metro

(reposted from http://timestranscript.canadaeast.com/search/article/1012959) After world premiere in Florida, Atlantic Ballet Theatre premiere latest ballet at home BY GILEAN WATTS TIMES & TRANSCRIPT STAFF   Two months after its world premiere in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, the Atlantic Ballet Theatre of Canada is ready to present its newest production, Romeo and Juliet Fantasy, to the town it …

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On the road, lots of Myles

(reposted from http://herenb.canadaeast.com/music/article/1010433) Singer/songwriter touring incessantly in support of new CD by Paige Aarhus   No one knows the bleak and bloodshot despair of insomnia in a strange hotel room better than David Myles. The Fredericton-born guitar hero and singer/songwriter usually performs 100 shows a year, but he's already at 65 concerts four months into …

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This Week at the Playhouse

On Sale Soon   The Diamond Show Thursday, May 20, 6:30pm Friday, May 21, 6:30pm Presented by Bonnie Kilburn Tickets go on sale Monday, April 12, 10am! Online, by phone & in person Shows this Week   Hawksley Workman Thursday, April 8, 8pm Buy Tickets                                          The White Album - Classic Albums Live Friday, …

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Strangers in a strange land

(reposted from telegraphjournal.canadaeast.com) Stage: 'Seasons of Immigration' features true stories, local artist by Bruce Bartett, Telegraph Journal Published Monday April 5th, 2010 A look at Canada through the eyes of immigrants will be offered at the Imperial Theatre on Friday and The Fredericton Playhouse on Saturday. Cindy Wilson/Telegraph-Journal Quispamsis artist Peggy Woolsey will paint in …

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