Theatre School FAQ
Click on a question for more information:
- What does the Globe Theatre School offer?
- What can a student/parent expect when they sign up for GTS?
- How many students are there per class?
- Where can I find more information about your instructors?
- How can I register for classes?
- When can I register for classes?
- How fast do classes fill up?
- How much do classes cost?
- What if the class I want is full?
- Are there funding or sponsorship opportunities available?
- What if I need a refund?
- What if my class has been cancelled?
- Are my GTS classes tax-deductible?
- What if I can't make it to class? Who do I contact?
- Are there presentations for each class?
- Does Globe Theatre School bring workshops to schools or community groups?
- Where can I find more information about workshops, internships and professional placements?
*If you have additional questions or concerns, please contact the Theatre School Coordinator at 306.924.2834 or
email the Theatre School at theatreschool @globetheatrelive.com
Globe Theatre School offers a wide selection of multi-disciplinary classes taught by Saskatchewan industry professionals.
Class sizes vary with a minimum of six and a maximum of twelve.
You can visit the Meet The Instructors page on our website.
For most classes, you can register through the website or through the box office (525-6400).
Some classes and workshops require an interview for admission. Please contact Globe Theatre School Coordinator Mac Brock (firstname.lastname@example.org or 924-2834) for more information.
Registration typically opens two months before class start date. There are two terms of classes: Fall (September), Winter (January).
Intensive laboratory sessions for school aged students are available in Spring and Summer, depending on availability. Not all courses are offered in each term, so please check the website for details.
As with most schools, some classes fill up quicker than others. To avoid disappointment, please register early.
Class cost varies depending on length and skill level. Please check the class descriptions for pricing. Some classes are eligible for Advanced Pricing; if you register early, you receive a discount. This is not available for all classes, so please check the website for details.
GTS creates waiting lists for most classes. Please contact Globe Theatre School Coordinator (email@example.com or 924-2834).
If we cannot accommodate you, please ensure to sign up for our email list (by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org) and be the first to know for the next term.
Absolutely. We encourage families to contact Creative Kids directly for funding opportunities.
For undergrad students, the Saskatchewan Arts Board offers the Premier’s Centennial Scholarship for professional workshops and courses. Visit their website for more information.
Please contact Globe Theatre School Director Shaunna Dunn (email@example.com or 924-2813) for more information on funding opportunities.
You are entitled to a 100% refund up to 14 days before class begins or 50% refund if 14 days or less before the class begins. 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, we will contact you by phone and email, and full refunds will be provided or we will try to place the student in another class.
GTS classes are eligible for the Children’s Fitness Tax Credit and the Children’s Arts Tax Credit, but can only apply for one of the two. To receive a receipt for tax purposes, please contact the Theatre School Registrar (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Call or email the Theatre School Registrar (email@example.com or 924-2834) and leave a message.
The Globe Theatre School classes are process oriented. Most Children and Teen classes will share their work with family on the last day of class, while advanced teen classes will have more formal performances. One of the benefits to taking a class through the GTS is access to Globe Theatre’s professional Main Stage, Templeton Studio Cabaret, and rehearsal spaces. Presentations and take place in any of the above areas depending on availability. GTS also has access to the Regina Downtown Open Air Plaza, where we have staged class presentations in the past.
Yes. We bring drama, improv, and movement workshops to schools and community groups across Saskatchewan. Please contact Globe Theatre School Director Shaunna Dunn (firstname.lastname@example.org or 924-2834) to inquire about workshop possibilities.
Visit the Workshops, Production and Design Placements page for more information.