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Ms. Hailey Zhu

Ms. Hailey Zhu Prince Edward Island   Hailey Zhu is a Commercial Account Manager at the Royal Bank of Canada. Prior to joining RBC, Hailey was the Head of Asian Markets at McInnes Cooper law firm, supporting clients and lawyers in the Atlantic region and across Canada. Actively involved in the business community, Hailey acts…

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Ms. Margo Thompson

Ms. Margo Thompson Prince Edward Island   Margo Thompson worked as an architect in training in Halifax for several years before moving back to Prince Edward Island to be with family and raise their children.  She currently works as a custom home designer and interior designer. She was previously a Board member for the Heart…

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Mr. Angus Orford

Mr. Angus Orford Prince Edward Island Angus Orford is the VP of Corporate Planning and Energy Supply for Maritime Electric (MECL), Prince Edward Island’s electric utility. He is responsible for engineering, system planning and energy supply for the utility, providing generation, transmission and distribution service to approximately 86,000 customers. He previously worked with FortisOntario Inc.,…

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Elan MacKey

Elan was born and raised on a small island in the Bahamas. Though small, the island never lacked opportunity for entertainment. At a young age she fell in love with the tropical vibrant cultural shows, acrobatics, Trapeze artist and fire dancing. She has worked full-time as an Entertainment Host and Fire Dancer at Sandals Royal…

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A.K. Mullen-Johnson

Amy Kaye (A.K.) Mullen-Johnson earned an MFA in Dance from the University of Colorado, and a BA in Dance from Slippery Rock University. Mullen-Johnson worked as an adjunct professor in the Division of Theater Department, at York College while choreographing musicals for their main stage theater. Supporting arts in education, she worked for the Pennsylvania…

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Sandy Zinck

Sandy Zinck holds degrees in both music and drama from Acadia University and a BEd from University of Alberta. Prior to moving to PEI she taught music and drama with Edmonton  Public School Board and the Toronto School Board. She has co-written and directed multiple original musicals for the Beaconsfield Children’s Festival and served as…

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Morgan Wagner

Morgan Wagner is a graduate of UPEI with a Bachelor of Music in Classical Voice and a Bachelor of Education (français langue seconde). She has performed in Anne & Gilbert: The Musical, the Island Fringe Festival, the Charlottetown Feast Dinner Theatre, the Beaconsfield Children’s Festival, and the Charlottetown Festival Young Company. Morgan has worked as the…

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Kayla Shaw

Kayla Shaw is the Associate Director of Arts Education (Dance) for Confederation Centre of the Arts and an instructor for dance umbrella.  As a former dance umbrella student, Kayla is thrilled to to continue working with the dance umbrella program, as well as furthering other education initiatives.  She has continued her dance training with George…

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Julia Sauve

Julia Sauve

Julia Sauve, MA has her Master’s Degree in Movement Education and has been performing, teaching, and choreographing dance on P.E.I. and in the U.S. for over 40 years. She Co-founded Montage Dance Theatre and dance umbrella, has performed with The Charlottetown Festival, choreographed for numerous community, school, and theatre organizations, and most recently taught within the Holland…

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Wanda Naylor

Wanda Naylor has trained in a variety of dance genres such as tap, jazz, ballet, social dance, and creative movement at York University, Humber College and private studios in Ontario. She has earned degrees in Fine Arts and Primary/Junior Education from York University. Wanda has performed with Merrytime Clown and Puppet Theatre in Ontario and PEI,…

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Terms and Conditions

Theatre/Event Tickets Services Charges A service charge of $5 is applied to each theatre ticket. This fee includes HST and assists with the everyday operation of the box office. Exchanges/ Refunds We will gladly return or exchange any ticket up to the last business day PRIOR to the performance (unless otherwise noted) minus a $5…

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Groups

Groups love Confederation Centre of the Arts. Here’s why: 20% off for groups of 20 or more; applies to select seats Flexible payment terms Private tours available Offering the best in musical theatre and live entertainment year-round To purchase group tickets, call our Group Sales Department at 1-866-PEI-TOUR or email boxoffice@confederationcentre.com. Telephone payments are by credit card…

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Accessibility

Any guests with special needs should discuss their needs with a box office representative when booking their tickets. Guests in wheelchairs or who have difficulty climbing stairs may use the elevator located beside the main box office entrance on the corner of Queen and Grafton streets. This elevator will bring you to the lower foyer…

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Ticketing Information

Services Charges A service charge of $6 is applied to each theatre ticket. This fee includes HST and assists with the everyday operation of the box office. Exchanges/ Refunds We will gladly return or exchange any ticket up to the last business day PRIOR to the performance (unless otherwise noted) minus a $5 service charge…

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How Confederation Centre is Responding to COVID-19

As the Coronavirus (COVID-19) situation evolves, the team at Confederation Centre of the Arts (CCOA) continues to closely monitor developments regionally and globally. We are following official guidelines and operating procedures based on the most recent recommendations of the Public Health Office of the Province of P.E.I. in order to support health and safety in…

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Paper Lions Ready to Rock the Homburg for Album Launch

Paper Lions to set to stage Super Show & Album Launch for ‘Stay Together’ October 19 | 7:30pm | Homburg Theatre To celebrate their latest recording, the 2019 ECMA Award winning group Paper Lions are throwing one helluva concert: a must-see ‘Super Show’ Saturday, October 19 in the historic Homburg Theatre, the crown jewel venue on P.E.I. “We’re…

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The TD Confederation Centre Young Company Returns this Month

Youth theatre troupe bound for Halifax next month; will open Charlottetown season June 29 The TD Confederation Centre Young Company returns this month, and are kicking off their 2019 season off with a bang. The youth performance, leadership, and training company officially opens their season at the Centre on Saturday June 29 at 12 noon…

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The Charlottetown Festival: Complete Casting Announced for Mamma Mia!

Co-production between Charlottetown and The Grand Theatre has begun rehearsals in London, ON The Charlottetown Festival returns to an idyllic Greek island for Mamma Mia! this summer, and rehearsals are underway for the first leg of the show’s co-production with The Grand Theatre. The blockbuster musical plays in London, Ontario from April 23 to May…

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Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday – 8:00 AM – 8:30 PM

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What are Relaxed Performances?

 

Sometimes referred to as sensory-friendly experiences, Relaxed Performances give the opportunity for those with various sensitivities towards sensory stimuli to experience and enjoy live theatre.

These performances will be designed in a way to be more comfortable for audience members who may experience anxiety or are not comfortable with some aspects of a traditional theatre setting. This can include people on the Autism Spectrum and their families; those with sensory and communicative disorders or learning disabilities; people with Tourette’s syndrome; someone who might need to move often due to chronic pain or to use the facilities; or even parents with toddlers.

 

 

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