Welcome to the Globe Theatre School

The Globe Theatre’s Artist Lab is a new training program offering ongoing foundational and rigorous theatre training to emerging and professional Saskatchewan theatre-makers.

To learn more about the Artist Lab, contact Andrew Ritchie, Theatre School Director & Sandbox Series Coordinator at andrewr@globetheatrelive.com or 306.924.2813.

Artist Lab #4: Theatre Jazz

Teacher: Stephanie Graham
Sunday October 21 10:00am - 1:00pm

Cost: Pay-What-You-Can

Theatre jazz class with Stephanie Graham. Class will include a technical jazz warm-up, movement across the floor and then learn some choreography from Mamma Mia! Dance class then followed by a discussion about prepping for a musical theatre audition and a Q&A. Bring jazz shoes, character shoes, or sneaks and wear clothes you are prepared to dance in.
Stephanie is a Director, Dora Award-winning Choreographer, Producer and Educator. She is the coordinator and guest instructor for Theatre Jazz at Metro Movement in Toronto and has been on the faculty of Sheridan College, Randolph Academy for the Performing Arts, George Brown Dance and has adjudicated and taught across Canada. Her recent directing and choreography credits include: Mamma Mia, Shrek-The Musical, Disney’s The Little Mermaid, All Shook Up, Mary Poppins, The Drowsy Chaperon (Globe Theatre), Crazy For You (Capitol Theatre), Fun Home, Grey Gardens and The WildParty (Musical Stage Company), It’s a Wonderful Life (Theatre Aquarius), Spamalot (Stephenville Festival), The Addams Family (Neptune Theatre), Next to Normal (RTMTC), five shows for Theatre Sheridan, three seasons as Director/Choreographer of the Confederation Centre of the Arts Young Company and multiple shows for the Smile Theatre Company.  She is a graduate of Sheridan College’s Music Theatre Performance Program.


To learn more about the Artist Lab contact Andrew Ritchie at andrewr@globetheatrelive.com or 306.924.2813

A Message from the Theatre School Director

I am thrilled to announce the 18|19 programming for the Globe Theatre School. This season we are offering our popular weekly children theatre creation classes and expanding our youth and adult classes with Teen Directing, Intro to Playwrighting and the Scripted Young Company. As well, we are launching Artist Lab, our new program offering ongoing foundational and rigorous theatre training to emerging and professional Saskatchewan theatre-makers. 
Globe Theatre School is committed to our community engagement which continues to offer the Scotiabank Educational Outreach with Regina Public Schools, Kawacatoose First Nation, and Mother Teresa Middle School. Our 18|19 Outreach initiatives include Improv for Autism Spectrum Disorder with the Autism Resource Centre, the Summer Spin Arts Camp with Regina Open Door Society, Globe on the Road and the Corporate Improv program.
Make sure to follow us on social media to stay up to date all year. I look forward to my first full season with the Globe Theatre and having you join us for a class at the Globe or in your community.
Andrew Ritchie
Theatre School Director
Sandbox Series Coordinator

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Take a look at the classes we are offering for the Fall/Winter!


Meet the Instructors

Frequently Asked Questions

How to Register

By Phone: 
Call the Globe Theatre Box Office
525.6400 or 866.954.5623


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. 


Advanced Pricing Deadline:

Winter Session - December 21, 2018
18|19 Fall & Winter Brochure

More about GTS:

Meet the Instructors
Theatre School FAQ
*   NEW   *   GTS Merchandise


Fall 2018 Calendar
Winter 2019 Calendar

Financial Assistance:

Creative Kids Saskatchewan
Saskatchewan Arts Board
Ruth Smillie Scholarship

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

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