That ship that’s been popping up in photos with our cast members in appearances all around town is taking to the streets of Fredericton this week and next, giving you a chance to win a pair of tickets to The Adventures of Pericles! Spot the ship, take a #bardshipselfie with it, and tag us/share it with us on Twitter @BardBarracks, Facebook @BardInTheBarracks, or Instagram @BardInTheBarracks for a chance to win. There’ll be two draws, one June 23rd and one July 1. One entry is allowed per person for each port of call. No cash value. Winners will be notified via their social media accounts.
Just click the handy button on our website or Facebook page and follow the instructions to purchase tickets online! Find your answers to any questions you may have about the show under “Show Details” on the website. Questions? Email us at email@example.com, or call 506 458-7406.
Melissa McMichael is very excited to be playing the role of Thaisa in this summer’s Bard in the Barracks’ production of The Adventures of Pericles. Bold, and maybe a little impulsive, Thaisa knows exactly what she wants and knows exactly how to get it. She is well educated in the ways of dancing and writing strongly worded letters; which is exactly how she wins Pericles’ hand in marriage (and definitely not the other way around). Though Thaisa wears her heart on her sleeve she can remain in control of the situation, even when misfortune strikes. Who said that marriage and parenthood was supposed to be smooth sailing?
Hey, Bard fans! How’d you like a spiffy black t-shirt from our wonderful sponsors Valley Graphics featuring our fabulous Pericles design by Drew Kennickell on it? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday, June 10 with your name, size and # of shirts you’d like, and we’ll be sure to order one for you! Shirts are priced at $18. We’ll also have a few for sale at the show, but this way you can be sure to get one!
With a little over two weeks remaining before The Adventures of Pericles opens, these beauties are popping up all over town. Our posters are the work of Bard in the Barracks’ long-time graphic designer, the seriously talented Drew Kennickell. They perfectly capture the spirit of adventure and the early 20th century Golden Age of Travel setting of our show, as well as giving you a map of all the fabulous lands you’ll be visiting in Odell Park during the show. Stop, take one in, and check out all the information you need to know about the show, now on our website!