Photo Credit: Michael Bell Photography
 

Youth Creation Classes: 

These multi-disciplinary classes incorporate art, music, movement and storytelling. Students learn collaboration and confidence through theatre creation. At the end of each session students share their creations with family and friends. Fall sessions end with a mid-season open house and Winter sessions end with a more formal class performance.

The Winter Advanced pricing deadline is December 22, 2017.

For more information about class holidays, look at our Fall-Winter calendars in the sidebar!


Discoverers (age 3-4)

Guided through a journey of dramatic play and pretend, children explore a new theme each week using rhythm, movement, storytelling, and art. Parents will leave equipped with new ways to connect and play with their children, and magical experiences not to be soon forgotten.

45 minutes/week for 8 weeks
Capacity: 10
Cost: $180

Michael Bell Photography | Dexter Welling, Sydney Hershmiller

Saturdays 10:45am - 11:30am

Fall Session:    Oct 14 - Dec 9, 2017

At Capacity.
Contact us 
for waitlist requests.

Winter Session:    Jan 27 - Mar 24, 2018

5 SPOTS LEFT!


The Make-Believers (age 5-6)

The Make-Believers spend their time in active, directed play, embodying imagined characters and building worlds. Incorporating movement and percussion, these classes engage your child's personality and physicality.

60 minutes/week for 12 weeks
Capacity: 12

Cost per session: $373 $323 until Dec 22!

 

Michael Bell Photography | Kiahna Walker, Natalie Ramsay, Sydney Hershmiller

Fall 2017 Session

Winter 2018 Session

Wednesdays
5:30-6:30

Sep 20 - Dec 6

In Session

Wednesdays
5:30-6:30

Jan 31 - Apr 25*

Saturdays
9:30-10:30

Sep 16 - Dec 16

In Session

Saturdays
9:30-10:30

Jan 20 - Apr 21

 

*NOTE: Weekday classes in Winter 2018 will have their final presentations on Sat April 28, 2018. All other presentations will occur on the last day of class.


The Explorers (age 7-8)

The Explorers discover and develop worlds real and imagined, telling stories through movement, percussion, and creative drama.  These young adventurers are introduced to narrative as they collaborate on a short theatre creation project.

 

90 minutes/week for 12 weeks

Capacity: 12

Cost per session: $398 $348 until Dec 22!

Michael Bell Photography | Dylan Linford, Natalie Ramsay

Fall 2017 Session

Winter 2018 Session

Thursdays 5:30-7

Sep 21 - Dec 7*

In Session

Thursdays 5:30-7

Feb 1 - Apr 26*

Saturdays 10-11:30

Sep 16 - Dec 16

In Session

Saturdays 10-11:30

Jan 20 - Apr 21

 

*NOTE: Weekday classes in Winter 2018 will have their final presentations on Sat April 28, 2018. All other presentations will occur on the last day of class.


The Creators (age 9-10)

The Creators discover and develop worlds real and imagined; telling stories through movement, and creative drama.  They learn to trust and support each others' ideas as they collaboratively develop a short theatre creation project.

90 minutes/week for 12 weeks
Capacity: 12

Cost per session: $398 $348 until Dec 22!

 

Michael Bell Photography | Samaria Franklin, Breton Boudreau

Fall 2017 Session

Winter 2018 Session

Tuesdays 5:30-7

Sep 19 - Dec 5

In Session

Tuesdays 5:30-7

Jan 30 - Apr 24*

Saturdays 12-1:30

Sep 16 - Dec 16

In Session

Saturdays 12-1:30

Jan 20 - Apr 21

 

*NOTE: Weekday classes in Winter 2018 will have their final presentations on Sat April 28, 2018. All other presentations will occur on the last day of class.


The Architects (age 11-12)

Architects move into the world of focused theatre-making, developing improvisation skills, working with text, and establishing stage presence. This class incorporates new media and movement into the theatre creation process. Students present their work to family and friends at the end of the session.

90 minutes/week for 12 weeks
Capacity: 12


Cost per session: $398 $348 until Dec 22!

Michael Bell Photography | Theatre School students

Fall 2017 Session

Winter 2018 Session

Tuesdays 7-8:30

Sep 19 - Dec 5

In Session

Tuesdays 7-8:30

Jan 30 - Apr 24*

Thursdays 7-8:30

Sep 21 - Dec 7

In Session

Thursdays 7-8:30

Feb 1 - Apr 26*

Saturdays 12:30-2

Sep 16 - Dec 16

In Session

Saturdays 12:30-2

Jan 20 - Apr 21

 

*NOTE: Weekday classes in Winter 2018 will have their final presentations on Sat April 28, 2018. All other presentations will occur on the last day of class.


How to Register

By Phone: 
Call the Globe Theatre Box Office
306.525.6400 or 866.954.5623

Online: 

For more information, contact us!

Cancellation Policy

100% refund up to 14 days before class begins. 50% refund 14 days or less before class begins. No refund will be given from the first day of class except for medical reason, and only with a doctor's certificate. 

Globe Theatre School reserves the right to cancel any program with insufficient enrolment. In that event, full refunds will be provided or we will try to place the student in another class. 

 

Fall/Winter Programming:

Youth (ages 3-12)
Teen (ages 13-19)
LAUNCH Projects (ages 13-19)
Adult (ages 19+)
Improv for ASD (Teen/Adult)

Advanced Pricing Deadline:

Winter: Dec 22, 2017

More about GTS:

VIDEO: The GTS Story
Corporate Improv
Contact Us/Instructors
Theatre School FAQ

Fall/Winter Calendars:

Fall 2017 Calendar
Winter 2018 Calendar
LAUNCH Projects Calendar
F/W Weekly Breakdown

Financial Assistance:

GTS Smillie Scholarship
Creative Kids Saskatchewan

At Globe Theatre School, students leave their fears at the door and step into the bold and bright world of their own creative potential.

We encourage our youngest students to indulge in imaginative play and pretend. New artistic muscles grow and develop as they transition into our collective creation core programs, which are designed to build collaborative abilities and spark creative expression.

As their focus shifts to technical theatre and performance, our teen programming provides students with the necessary foundation to confidently write, act, and improvise in a positive group environment.

Teenagers are offered the opportunity to perform in professional settings and challenge themselves in new and exciting ways.

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