Payment and Funding
Payment of the full balance for Globe Theatre School fees is due by the first day of class.
After the first class, a payment reminder will be issued via email for any outstanding balance. If payment is not received within two weeks of this reminder, a late payment fee of $25 will be applied.
If payment has not been received in full by the final week of regular classes, the student may be unable to participate in final presentations.
If a student has outstanding fees, neither they nor members of their household may register for another GTS class until such time as the outstanding balance has been paid in full.
Payment for GTS classes can be made in the following ways:
- In person at Globe Theatre’s Box Office by cash, cheque, Interac, Mastercard, or Visa
- Over the phone by calling 306.525.6400 and providing your Visa or Mastercard number
- Online – if you have already registered for a class but want to pay online, click here to log in. You will be asked to enter your credit card information.
Unfortunately, Globe Theatre does not accept American Express or e-transfers.
Students withdrawing their registration with at least 14 days remaining before class begins are entitled to a 100% refund.
Students withdrawing their registration with fewer than 14 days remaining before the class begins are entitled to a 50% refund.
No refund will be given from the first day of class except for medical reasons (doctor’s certificate required).
Globe Theatre School reserves the right to cancel any program with insufficient enrolment. In that event, registrants will be contacted by phone and email, and full refunds will be issued if the student cannot be placed in another class.
The Theatre School is also proud to offer a scholarship fund for students of exceptional financial need, promise, and/or dedication to the performing arts. Click here for more information about the Ruth Smillie Scholarship.
For more information on funding opportunities or this policy, please contact Theatre School & Community Engagement Coordinator Aimee Garchinski at email@example.com or 306.924.2834.
Ruth Smillie Scholarship
The Ruth Smillie Scholarship Fund was created through a generous donation from the Rawlinson Family and offers funding to Globe Theatre School for participants who have financial barriers to participation. The scholarship will provide children with the opportunity to gain valuable life skills through an enriched arts education experience.
The Ruth Smillie Scholarship will assist in creating pathways for First Nations, Metis, and newcomer youth to attend Globe Theatre School programming. Youth from our Scotiabank Educational Outreach Program and other partnerships will be identified and given supports towards applying for scholarship funding and registering for classes. In this way, this scholarship will assist in providing equity and diversity within Globe Theatre School Programming.
Apply for Funding Now:
There is no deadline for applications, funding will be given throughout the year. If you are applying for a specific class, application must be received one month prior to the class start date.
The Prince Edward Arts Scholarship provides funding to students who are Saskatchewan residents and who have been accepted or have applied to study or train in arts programs at accredited post-secondary institutions or recognized arts training institutions.
Click here for more information.
Creative Kids provides financial support so all Saskatchewan children and youth have an opportunity to participate in artistic and cultural activities.
Click here for more information.
How to Register
Call the Globe Theatre Box Office
306.525.6400 or 866.954.5623
For more information, contact us!
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.