If you only come and see this play to witness the varied wardrobe changes of Pat Larkin, then it would be twenty dollars well spent. There aren’t often many live shows that are well-suited for children, but Hickory Dickory Dock a Panto written by Norman Robbins is the perfect play for all ages. And it’s playing … More Slap Your Knee and Tickle Your Bones; Hickory, Dickory, Dock
Instant Rivalry Announces their Debut Country Album Prince Edward County’s own award winning, brother sister duo, announce their album release and concert at The Regent Theatre on December 5th, 2019. People of PEC had the distinct and exclusive honour of being allowed into the inner sanctum that is Back Forty Productions and the home of … More EXCLUSIVE: Whiskey and Lead; Playing By Their Own Rules
Ricc has been the janitor at The Regent Theatre for years. He doesn’t believe in ghosts. To reiterate–as he did–he doesn’t believe in ghosts. But a few years ago, when he was working the spot light in the loft one evening, he felt a tap on the shoulder. It wasn’t a light tap, it was … More Is The Regent Theatre Haunted? A People of PEC Halloween Special.
*People of PEC would like to begin by making a little disclaimer. We are not a journalistic publication. We do not endorse any one particular political candidate over any other. People of PEC is a forum to tell people’e stories that relate specifically to “people of Prince Edward County”. With that said, please continue to … More The Candidate That Could: Stephanie Bell
What do you see? What do you see? It’s the reverberating theme of the visually stunning and thoughtfully stimulating production by Shatterbox Theatre. Red by John Logan is directed by Georgia Papanicolaou and stars Pat Larkin and Jacob Dey. In a 3-night run at The Regent Theatre, the first two nights were well received by … More Red: A Brilliant Ending to the Shatterbox Season
Prince Edward County came out in fine fashion today to mark the worlwide Climate Strike. No, there wasn’t 500,000 people like in Montreal, there was maybe 100 people. But it’s the heart and determination of a people that make the difference. The residents of Prince Edward County haven’t always agreed on topics regarding environmental issues. … More Fridays for Our Future: PEC Strikes for Climate
Shatterbox Theatre has been featuring a remarkable play written by Playwright Yasmina Reza since Thursday of this week. Art, a Tony Award-winning play has been adapted for the stage here in Prince Edward County by debut director Fiona Dodsworth. Starring (in no particular order) Vivian Nickels, Roxanne Mackenzie and Mikenze Pearsoll, the story centres around … More Shatterbox Theatre Strikes Gold with Art and a White Painting.
People of PEC would like to begin by expressing such immense gratitude for the courage and wisdom of a young woman to put pen to paper and articulate her experiences and feelings in such a remarkable and powerful way. And to her father Lenny Epstein, who had the courage to publish this. The feelings he … More My Future is Prince Edward County: Talia Epstein
Patricia wanted to go to church. The moment she read the bulletin post from the priest at St. Gregory’s church in Picton her response was disbelief and then anger then action. That was the way people like her faced this sort of opposition, through action and protest. A self-described old-school butch, she was born and … More Still Fighting the Good Fight: Just Trying to Go To Church
It took less than 72 hours. In less than 72 hours a community came together in an astounding and unprecedented show of solidarity. In less than 72 hours over 400 people descended onto a church in Picton, ON in peaceful and colourful response to a bulletin statement that sought to invalidate an entire group of … More Take Me To Church: A Message of Pride for St. Gregory’s Catholic Church