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ALEJANDRA RIBERA ONSTAGE at IMPERIAL THEATRE

November 6, 2014 from 7:30pm to 9:30pm
This amazing young singer is already being compared to the legendary Lhasa.Born in Toronto, she's the daughter of an Argentinian waiter and a Scottish actress. Her music is an eclectic mix of Latin folk songs, cabaret tunes sung in French and Spanish, jazz numbers and her own alternative pop compositions.Join her in the intimacy of a cabaret-style concert with performer AND audience onstage.See More
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British Columbia Boys Choir at Imperial Theatre

July 11, 2014 from 7pm to 9pm
This summer Saint John is in for a special treat!Celebrating their 45th Anniversary the British Columbia Boys Choir (Tony Araujo, Artistic Director) with special guests the Abbotsford Virtuosi (Calvin Dyck, Director) will present O Canada Our Home - Songs & Stories of Canada taking the listener on a musical journey with them across Canada from coast to coast.Founded in 1968, the British Columbia Boys Choir is a four-part secular boys choir, one of the few in North America. Over its 45 year…See More
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Ballroom Dance Class with Brian Sostek at Imperial Theatre

April 26, 2014 from 3:30pm to 5pm
A fun and introductory class into Ballroom Dancing!In an hour and a half, we will sample vocabulary and technique in two or three different dances including, but not limited to, Foxtrot, Waltz, Swing and Salsa. No experience or partners necessary!The cost of the workshop is $10 per student. Please call the Box Office or visit the Imperial Theatre website to register.For more information, please…See More
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Hip-Hop & Bboying Class (public workshop) at Hazen White School

April 8, 2013 from 4:30pm to 5:30pm
*NOTE: This event is hosted by Imperial Theatre and the Teen Resource Centre, but takes place at Hazen White School (538 Sandy Point Road, Saint John)*In partnership with the Teen Resource Centre, Bboyizm street dance company, led by artistic director and choreographer, Crazy Smooth, will be holding a public workshop in the art of hip-hop and b-boying.No pre-registration is required! Free admission! No experience necessary!Check out a promo video (…See More
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Conversations With Inspiring Women: Sarah Slean at Imperial Theatre

March 8, 2013 from 5pm to 5:30pm
PLEASE NOTE: The time for this event has not be determined as of yet, please confirm the time during registration.Imperial Theatre is privileged to host some of Canada’s most amazing female artists. With great generosity, these women have agreed to be part of a series of informal chats, organized around their performances.Admission is FREE - Registration is required! Space will be very limitedPlease contact us to register for this event. Call administration at (506) 674-4111 or send an e-mail…See More
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Imperial Theatre Movie Series: Sleepless in Seattle at Imperial Theatre

February 14, 2013 from 8pm to 10pm
In this latest instalment of Imperial Theatre’s Movie Series, you and your Valentine will enjoy a screening of the romantic classic Sleepless in Seattle.What if someone you never met, someone you never saw, someone you never knew was the only someone for you?Watch the Trailer:…See More
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Dickens' A Christmas Carol at Imperial Theatre

December 15, 2012 from 8pm to 10pm
Halifax-based actor and playwright Jeremy Webb turns Charles Dickens’ timeless story of redemption, charity and spirit of the season on its ear in an acting tour-de-force sure to thrill audiences of all ages.With the aid of some behind-the-scenes puppetry, this one-man play is adapted and performed by Webb who seamlessly shifts through almost 30 characters, to convincingly become the loveable Bob Cratchit, an old biddy and even Ebenezer Scrooge himself!Get your tickets online at…See More
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Dickens' A Christmas Carol (matinée) at Imperial Theatre

December 15, 2012 from 2pm to 4pm
Halifax-based actor and playwright Jeremy Webb turns Charles Dickens’ timeless story of redemption, charity and spirit of the season on its ear in an acting tour-de-force sure to thrill audiences of all ages.With the aid of some behind-the-scenes puppetry, this one-man play is adapted and performed by Webb who seamlessly shifts through almost 30 characters, to convincingly become the loveable Bob Cratchit, an old biddy and even Ebenezer Scrooge himself!Get your tickets online at…See More
Dec 3, 2012

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ITEC presents . . . Simply Serene

Imperial Theatre Exhibition Committee presents

Pamela Carr: Simply Serene

Imperial Theatre — March 18 to May 27, 2013

Imperial Theatre Exhibition Committee (ITEC) presents a wonderful collection of mixed-media works by Pamela Carr of St. Martins, NB.

Titled Simply Serene, this exhibition is inspired by the simplistic natural beauty that emanates from the forest that surrounds the Bay of Fundy. A collection that reflects Pamela Carr’s vision of abstract art with a strong organic influence, she finds inspiration in the nature that surrounds her and incorporates organic substances in her creations to understand nature on a more personal scale. Set in mixtures of stone and sand, harvested natural elements are given an extended, indefinite life — acorns are transformed into blooming flowers, moss is turned into textured abstract paintings — to create unique, vibrant pieces of art.

ARTIST BIO

Born in St. Stephen and raised in Petitcodiac, Pamela Carr now calls St. Martins, N.B. home.

She became interested in art at a young age, but found that there were few avenues for a budding artist in her small town and had little choice but to teach herself. Always a part of who she is, art was always a difficult avenue to pursue after graduating high school. Over the years, she has balanced work and art in an effort to fulfill her dream, making sure that painting always came first.

Often sought out by individuals and businesses, Pamela Carr has sold dozens of large pieces enabling her to pursue her artistic endeavours full time. During the last year, new surroundings have influenced the majority of the works created over the last year. An observant person who enjoys looking beyond the mundane of everyday objects, she often finds herself lost in the calm that comes over her when she paints.

Visit Artist website: www.pamcarrart.com

Facebook page: www.facebook.com/PamCarrArt

Pamela Carr’s Simply Serene will remain on display in Imperial Theatre’s main lobbies until May 27, 2013 and can be viewed during regular Box Office hours, as well as on performance nights.

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