Posted on 30 Aug 2017 in

The River Clyde Pageant

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.
Instagram: @riverclydepageant