About Us

Globe Theatre is a national centre of excellence in the production of theatre-in-the-round and in fostering the work of Saskatchewan artists.

The Globe Theatre Society is a Board run not-for-profit organization.  With this structure, the Board of Directors hires the Artistic Director who provides the artistic expertise and vision to realize the mission of the Globe Theatre Society. The Globe Theatre receives federal, provincial and municipal grants and accepts corporate and private donations that are tax deductible.  Revenue is also raised through ticket sales, theatre rental, fundraising projects and related ventures.
 

The Globe Theatre is one of Saskatchewan's largest employers in the field of the arts with a permanent staff of 18 administrative, technical and artistic employees.  Throughout a season, the Globe employs more than 50 artists on a contract basis.The annual operating budget is $3.5 million. 

Read the History of Globe Theatre by clicking here

See a list of our Board of Directors by clicking here

Read our Mission and Values by clicking here

Read the 2013-2014 Annual Report by clicking here

Read our Privacy Policy by clicking here

Location

1801 Scarth Street
Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada 
S4P 2G9

 

 

 


We're located at the corner of Scarth Street and 11th Avenue on the Frederick W. Hill Mall, across the street from the Cornwall Centre.


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Previous Season Photos

12|13 Season
The Wizard Of Oz 
Photo by Sharpshooter Photography
In Photo: Darla Biccum (Winkie), Chris Bullough (Scarecrow), Sheldon Davis (Winkie), Michael De Rose (Lion), Beth Graham (The Wicked Witch), Jonelle Gunderson (Winkie), Nathan Howe (Toto), Alex McCooeye (Tin Man), Katie Ryerson  (Dorothy), and Kaitlyn Semple (Winkie).



12|13 Season
The Drowsy Chaperone
Photo by Sharpshooter Photography
In Photo: Jenni Burke (Trix), Diana Coatsworth (Kitty), Lindsay Croxall (Janet), Michelle Fisk (Mrs. Tottendale), Murray Furrow (Feldzeig), Timothy Gledhill (Robert), Stirling Karlsen (George), Jennifer Lyon (The Drowsy Chaperone), Kevin Rothery (Underling) and Vince Staltari (Aldolpho).

To see the history of Globe Theatre performances, click here.
For more show images and photos from previous seasons, visit us on Flickr.