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Confederation Centre Recruiting Musicians for Cinderella: A Fairly Tall Tale

September 22, 2014

(Charlottetown, P.E.I.) - With an audition call already out for interested performers, choirs, and dance troupes, Confederation Centre is now on the hunt for orchestra members to help bring this year's holiday musical to life. Cinderella: A Fairly Tall Tale comes to the Centre's Homburg Theatre this Christmas for a nine show run between December 12 and 20. Directed by incoming artistic director Adam Brazier, with musical direction from Matt Campbell (Canada ROCKS!, Musical Director for Dear Johnny Deere) this comedic family musical features an exhilarating song-list of pop hits and well-known musical numbers.

To arrange an audition, interested musicians should send an e-mail indicating what instrument you play to Cindy Riley at If a web link is available of you playing your instrument, please include it in the email. Audition times will then be arranged for Sunday, September 28 beginning at 12 noon in the Mawson Rehearsal Hall at the Centre. Both traditional and pop instruments are welcome.

Orchestra rehearsals will begin in mid to late November and performances will be split between four matinees and five evenings, between December 12 and December 20. Please note that these positions are available on a volunteer basis.


Photo cutline: (L-R) Matt Campbell and Gabe Antonacci perform a number from this season's hits musical revue, Canada ROCKS! Campbell is serving as musical director for Confederation Centre's Christmas production, Cinderella: A Fairly Tall Tale and is currently recruiting for musicians to join the show's orchestra (Louise Vessey photo).


Media contact:
Fraser McCallum, Communications Manager, Confederation Centre of the Arts
T: 902.628.6135 (office)
E: | Twitter: @ConfedCentre

Confederation Centre of the Arts is Canada's National Memorial to the Fathers of Confederation, located in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island. Home to a national art gallery and The Charlottetown Festival, this living memorial is celebrating its 50th anniversary in 2014, and continues to present the finest in Canadian visual and performing arts, heritage programming, and arts education.