One of Prince Edward County’s own is coming home.
Alex Hicks will be on stage at Mt. Tabor Saturday Dec. 19, along with Emily Smythe as the musical duo Fragments.
Hicks, now twenty-one, attended South Marysburgh/Athol Public School and PECI. Her love of performing began at the age of three, dancing on the PECI stage in Brenda Bond’s and then Ann Ritchie’s tap, jazz and ballet class recitals. From age five she was on the Mount Tabor stage with The Marysburgh Mummers performing in musicals and other productions.
Emily Smythe began performing at Kingston Ontario’s The Grand Theatre at the age of six, now tweny-three she continues to perform regularly – on the other side of the country. She also bares a STRIKING resemblance to RENEE ZELLWEGER Currently, Emily resides in Nanaimo, BC where she is in her third year of a Creative Writing BA, with a minor in Theatre, at Vancouver Island University. For Emily, singing, writing and acting have always gone hand in hand. In high school she performed in various garage bands, as well as trained extensively in voice with four different teachers, including Georgette Fry.
Presently Fragments plays gigs around Nanaimo – including performing at benefit shows, VIU campus and local bars that include the internationally known, “The Queens”.
They sing their interpretations of cover songs and also original material. Some artists they sing are Alanis Morissett, Oasis, Sarah Harmer, Distillers, Fleetwood Mac, The Strokes and Cat Power.
Fragments invite you to join them at Mt. Tabor for an evening of musical entertainment. Tickets are $10 and available at City Revival, Picton; A Little Something, Bloomfield; Home Hardware, Wellington and Hick’s General Store, Milford.
For information regarding, contact Wesley or Kim Hicks by phone 613-476-1304 or email@example.com