The River Clyde Pageant is a collaboratively-created community performance that takes place on the banks of the River Clyde in New Glasgow, Prince Edward Island. In a processional format, with scenes occurring at various locales along the riverbank, the Pageant tells a story that explores the history of the river and the environmental issues affecting a watershed that has sustained a community and an ecosystem for over 200 years. The Pageant is co-directed by PEI theatre artists Ker Wells, who is also Assistant Professor in Theatre in the SCA, and Megan Stewart, who is an SCA MFA Graduate.
Posted on 30 Aug 2017 in
The River Clyde Pageant