Monthly Archives: July 2012

Phantom, the Ballet returns to Moncton

The Atlantic Ballet Theatre of Canada’s summer production of World of Shadows – PHANTOM, the Ballet will return to Moncton’s Capitol Theatre for 12 exciting performances on Tuesdays and Thursdays between July 17 and August 23. T “This is cultural destination tourism at its best,” said Moncton Mayor George LeBlanc. “The City of Moncton is… Continue Reading

NB Summer Music Festival Announces Artists

The New Brunswick Summer Music Festival (NBSMF) is a professional classical chamber music festival now in its second decade. Their mission is to present the finest in classical chamber music to Atlantic Region audiences. They do this by specifically featuring top Canadian talent in concert with established regional performers. The festival runs throughout the month… Continue Reading

The Tradition of Change

By Cindy Rule A couple years ago I wrote an article for Bread ‘n Molasses about a tradition in our family. Some of you may recall the story of my daughter, her Canada Day dress and a picture. For those of you who are not familiar with the tale, Sorcha was given a dress decked… Continue Reading

Pascal Lejeune Releases Third Album

Acadian singer songwriter Pascal Lejeune is releasing his third CD, Le bruit des machines. Highly anticipated on the francophone music scene and definitely more rock than its predecessors, this third album shows an important musical turning point for this artist from Pointe-Verte in northern NB. The album was released in stores and on iTunes on… Continue Reading

Shakespeare in the Park in Sackville & Moncton

Hubcity Theatre presents its 6th annual Shakespeare in the Park a tradition carried over from England’s Globe Theatre to many cities around the world. Shakespeare in the Park appeals to everyone, young and old. This year’s production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream is one of Shakespeare’s most delightful comedies. Hubcity Theatre’s rendition is family friendly… Continue Reading