Community Engagement

At the Globe Theatre School, we believe that the arts are about more than performance. It has the capacity to impact lives and help people of all ages develop confidence, communication and collaboration skills, and spontaneity. The Globe Theatre School truly believes that the arts connect us and is proud of its many programs and partnerships with local organizations and communities across Regina. Our Community Engagement programming has allowed us to step outside the walls of our building and beyond our current programming practice to provide new arts education opportunities for youth and adults who experience socio-economic barriers and limited access to arts programming. The Globe Theatre School's objective is to play an active role in the continued development of arts education in Saskatchewan; nourishing creativity and celebrating everyone's capacity for innovation.

If you would like to learn more about our various community initiatives please check out their web pages

Scotiabank Educational Outreach

Improv for Autism Spectrum Disorder

Regina Open Doors Society Summer Spin Arts 

Globe on the Road 

Corporate Improv 

For more information or to discuss future community programming please contact Theatre School & Community Engagement Coordinator Aimee Garchinski at 306.924.2834 or aimeeg@globetheatrelive.com.

More about GTS:

VIDEO: The GTS Story
Meet the Instructors
Theatre School FAQ

Calendars:

Summer 2018 Calendar
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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