Globe Theatre is a national centre of excellence in the production of theatre-in-the-round. Globe is one of the largest arts organizations in Saskatchewan and one of the largest regional theatres in the country with a permanent staff of 25 administrative, technical and artistic employees. Through the 2017|2018 and 2018|2019 seasons, Globe employed over 290 artists on a contract basis. Committed to supporting local, diverse and Indigenous artists, over 170 artists were local, over 160 were women and over 30 were Indigenous.
Cast of Making Treaty 4 | Photo by Chris Graham Photo
As a board-run, not-for-profit organization, Globe Theatre receives federal, provincial and municipal grants and graciously accepts tax-deductible corporate and private donations. The Board of Directors is responsible for hiring the Executive Director and the Artistic Director, who provide Globe with the vision and the organizational and artistic expertise to realize Globe’s mission.
Though more than 70% of Globe Theatre’s $4 million operating budget is derived from ticket sales, revenue is also raised through fundraising projects and other related ventures. Globe Theatre is committed to giving back to the community, with programs like our Educational Outreach Program and our partnership with the Regina Open Door Society creating safe spaces for young children and adults alike to explore imagination, build confidence, feel welcome and strengthen real-life skills.
Globe Theatre will soon be embarking on a redevelopment project. Over the years, the Prince Edward building that houses both the Globe Theatre Main Stage and the Second Stage has begun to show its age. The redevelopment project will provide some significantly needed repairs, increase the theatre’s seating capacity, patron comfort and accessibility and create an exciting new performance experience. It will also provide a safer work environment for staff and artists. You can learn more about the Building Renewal project here.
Globe Theatre is located on Treaty 4 territory, the traditional lands of the nêhiyawak, Anihšināpēk, Dakota, Nakoda, Lakota, and the homeland of the Métis/Michif Nation.
We respect and honour the Treaties, we acknowledge the harms of the past, and we are committed to moving forward with Indigenous Nations in the spirit of truth, reconciliation and collaboration.
We are all Treaty people.
1801 Scarth Street
Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada
We're located at the corner of Scarth Street and 11th Avenue in the Prince Edward Building, across the street from the Cornwall Centre.
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To entertain, educate and engage people in the art of professional theatre by offering high-quality performances to audiences, professional theatre training for artists, and classes for children and adults.
The production of theatre that is of exceptional quality, originality, creativity, and professionalism
Provide training, mentorship and employment opportunities for artists
Act with integrity and transparency with artists, employees, patrons and the wider community
An organization that reflects the diversity of the people of Saskatchewan
A theatre committed to advancing the process of reconciliation with Canada’s indigenous people
Programming that is inclusive of all ages and physical and cognitive abilities