Regina Open Door Society

Globe Theatre School continues to connect with the community. In 2013, Globe Theatre School formed a partnership with Regina Open Door Society (RODS) to offer a summer theatre camp for newcomer youth. Globe Theatre saw a need to provide immigrant and refugee youth with an interactive program that would strengthen their confidence, language skills and social integration. For the past three years, Globe Theatre has spent two weeks with RODS clients – celebrating their cultural backgrounds and sharing their personal stories through dance, art, and theatre. Since the program’s inception, more than 200 immigrant and refugee youth have participated.
I arrived in Canada 3 months ago. All of these things are new for me. It made me scared at first but I think I did a good job. I learnt English in these two weeks. Can you believe it? The story I wrote is the first thing I wrote in English. Thank you for your hard work, thank you for your patience, thank you for your time.” - Xiachi Liu, participant in the RODS Summer Theatre Camp
Check out this video to learn more about the Regina Open Door Society.

For more information about this partnership, contact the Theatre School and Community Engagement Coordinator Aimee Garchinski at or 306.924.2834 .

Thank you to our funding partners:     



Summer Programming:

Youth (ages 5-12)
Teen (ages 13-18)

Advanced Pricing Deadline:

May 15, 2018

More about GTS:

VIDEO: The GTS Story
Corporate Improv
Meet the Instructors
Theatre School FAQ


Summer 2018 Calendar

Financial Assistance:

Creative Kids Saskatchewan
Saskatchewan Arts Board
Ruth Smillie Scholarship

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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