Globe Theatre News

Jul
22
Globe Theatre School is excited and honoured to offer a free two-week theatre creation camp for immigrant and refugee youth this August. In partnership with the Regina Open Door Society, approximately 60 youth newcomers to Canada will work with some of our city's top multidisciplinary artists to develop communication skills and build self-esteem. In an interview with the Leader Post, Interim Theatre School Director, Judy Wensel discusses the "benefits of theatre for its participants --...

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Jul
16
Born and raised in Waterloo, Ontario, Stephanie Graham started dancing when she was six years old. Trained at Carousel Dance Centre, Stephanie went on to attend many dance summer schools, including the prestigious Banff Centre of Fine Arts, and she also travelled to England for the Dance and the Child International Conference (daCi). She graduated from the Music Theatre Performance Program at Sheridan College. Stephanie has worked all across Canada in many genres including musical...

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Jul
13
The winds have changed and Mary Poppins has gone. It was a wonderful production, for people of all ages. We were lucky to have such an amazing cast who really caught the attention of all who came to see the show. The cast members who received the most attention were the children, and what a fantastic job those four young actors did. They were balancing performing in the show and keeping up with school work at the same time.  We thought it would be fun to catch up with them after...

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Jul
2
This is the first season of the Regina Chamber Music Festival! World renowned and local musicians are collaborating in four intimate and energizing concerts July 5th to 10th. Click on this link to go to the website for ticket and show information. Be sure to check it out!  

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Jun
19
Anthony is the co-founder of Theatre Atoms and is on the faculty at Sheridan College's Music Theatre Performance Program. His versatility has brought him to work with musical theatre icons such as Andrea Martin and Michael Burgess and pop celebrities Chantal Kreviazuk and Dan Hill. Q: When did you first meet Mary Poppins? A: I first met Mary Poppins when I worked with her in London, Ontario - are we talking about Stephanie Roth - because she is wonderful! Come see Stephanie play Mary,...

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Jun
18
Mary Poppins is Jessica's debut as the assistant stage manager here at Globe Theatre. She has previously worked on other productions that include The Nutcracker (The Royal Winnipeg Ballet) and Sherlock Holmes and the Case of the Jersey Lily, Miracle on South Division Street tour (Royal Manitoba Theatre Center). Q: When did you first meet Mary Poppins? A: On my television set as a small kid. It was one of the movies that got watched over and over again. I can recite lines for the movie...

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Jun
17
Meet the Artist - Kathryn Ball Kathryn is the Stage Manager for Mary Poppins. This is her third time at Globe Theatre, she previously worked on The Last Resort and The Drowsy Chaperone. Q: When did you first meet Mary Poppins? A: I first met Mary Poppins many years ago as a kid watching the movie. I saw the musical two summers ago at Rainbow Stage in Winnipeg and it brought me back to feeling like I was 5 years old all over again. That's when I knew I had to find an opportunity...

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Jun
12
Born and raised in Waterloo, Ontario Stephanie started dancing when she was six years old. Trained at Carousel Dance Centre Stephanie went on to attend many dance summer schools including the prestigious Banff Centre of Fine Arts and traveled to England for the Dance and the Child International Conference (daCi) as well as graduating from Sheridan College’s Music Theatre Performance Program. Stephanie has worked all across Canada in many genres including musical theatre, drama, comedy,...

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Jun
11
Russell lives in Vancouver with his wife, actor Colleen Winton and their two sons. Q: When did you first meet Mary Poppins? A: 1964, and I used to sing Spoonful of Sugar, Chim Chim Cheree, and Feed the Birds to myself in boarding school before going to sleep. Q: What is your favorite Disney Musical? A: The Incredible Journey. When I was 7 years old it made me cry when Bodger the old English Bull Terrier makes it home. My wife and I cry during movies frequently now much to the...

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Jun
10
A Toronto Dora Award nominee Jayne has performed with major Canadian symphonies, including the Regina Symphony, as a guest soloist, and in Irving Berlin... Always, with husband Victor A. Young. Q: When did you first meet Mary Poppins? A: I met Mary on the big screen. I absolutely adore Julie Andrews. She was, and is my hero. I don't mean to brag, but my husband worked with her on two movies Eloise at the Plaza, and Eloise at Christmas Time. He surprised me and brought me to her trailer...

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Jun
10
Christo Graham was born a small country boy in the town of Bishop's Mills, Ontario and went on to study Theatre & Film at Bishop's University in Lennoxville, Quebec. His most recent appearances have been in Toronto at the Fringe and SummerWorks festivals, as well as online with his parody album Muppet Christ Superstar. Q: Who first introduced you to the music of Johnny Cash? A: Nitty Gritty Dirt Band. Side B of Will the Circle Be Unbroken was stuck in our tape player for a while...

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Jun
9
Jason is an actor, improviser and choreographer and a company member of the Canadian Comedy Award winning Die-Nasty! The Legendary Live Improvised Soap Opera. Q: When did you first meet Mary Poppins? A: I first met Mary Poppins, I believe, when I was quite young but it took until I was in my late teens to realize just how important of a lady she is. I fell in love with the musical the second I heard the soundtrack. When I saw it on stage for the first time last year, I could barely...

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Jun
9
Ben is Yorkton-born and Regina-based, and ridiculously proud to be performing in his second show with Globe Theatre. Q: Who first introduced you to the music of Johnny Cash? A: I can't really remember exactly who it was, so it almost had to have been my Dad. My family weren't really into country music very much, but Cash was sort of an exception. I think my dad identified with him from having grown up on a farm in rural Montana. Q: What is your...

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Jun
8
Michelle has been a member of Canada's theatrical community for over twenty-five years. She has worked on stages across the country from studios to regional main stages to the major festivals including the Shaw Festival, the Charlottetown Festival, ten seasons at the Blyth Festival and ten at the Stratford Festival. She is so happy to be back in Saskatchewan twice within six months! Q: When did you first meet Mary Poppins? A: It must have been in a movie theater, with my mom, for a...

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Jun
8
Fraser is the author of two plays, Vacant and flight, and is a graduate of George Brown Theatre School. Q: Who first introduced you to the music of Johnny Cash? A: The first time I remember hearing a Johnny Cash song was when my friend Chad sang Ring of Fire at karaoke when we were teenagers. He said it was the only song that he knew all the lyrics to. I remember thinking it was such a weird delightful song. It has what I think makes Cash's music so powerful - A blend of light and...

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Jun
5
Greg was born in Northern Ireland and brought up in Montreal. He is a graduate of Concordia University and has been acting and directing for thirty years. Q: When did you first meet Mary Poppins? A: I first met Mary Poppins when my mum took my brother and I to see it at the cinema in our sea side town of Bangor, North Ireland. The movie came out in 1964 and I was five. I was crying when the movie ended because Mary Poppins had left the children behind. The next day, I was singing...

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Jun
5
Timothy is a graduate of Grant Macewan Theatre. He has trained as a singer and actor with some of the most respected Directors and perfomers in Canada. He is an experienced voice talent with More than 16 years experience and can perform 5 languages. Q: Who first introduced you to the music of Johnny cash? A: In the 70's we had an old console stereo which I would play many records on as a kid, great artists such as Dean Martin and Frank Sinatra. One of the artists of course was...

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Jun
5
Ben Redant, Devra Straker and Fraser Elsdon were on CTV Morning Live this morning. To watch the video click HERE.

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Jun
5
Stephanie Roth (Mary Poppins) and Gaelan Beatty (Bert) Were on Global morning news Thursday Morning!! to watch the inverview click HERE.

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Jun
4
Meet the Artist - Devra Straker Devra is originally from Saltcoats Saskatchewan and is always happy and proud to come back home to Saskatchewan and to Globe Theatre. Q: Who first introduced you to the music of Johnny Cash? A: My parents. They are big fans of Johnny Cash. Q: What is your favorite song from the show? A: There are so many that I love...But if I had to pick just one I think it would be If I Were A Carpenter. Q: What do you love about Globe Theatre? A: I love...

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Jun
4
Born and raised Newfoundland, initially trained in British Columbia, Clint has finally split the difference and calls Toronto home. Aside from performance, Clint holds a Bachelor of Arts, a Bachelor of Business Administration, and a Performance and Communications Diploma, with a focus on documentary television production. Q: When did you first meet Mary Poppins? A: My first experience with Mary Poppins was certainly the Disney movie. I was cast to do a stage production two years...

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Jun
3
Alfonso Banzon has been in other productions such as Legally Blond, The Music Man, Oklahoma and Fiddler on the Roof. He is also a dancer performing with Team Canada 2012 in Frankfurt, Germany, The Move Company Gala and The Dora Awards in Toronto. Q: When did you first meet Mary Poppins? A: I first met Mary Poppins when I was about 3 years old, watching it with my family in the Philippines. Q: What is your favorite Disney Musical? A: My favorite Disney musical would definitely...

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Jun
2
An opening night review by Jeff DeDecker can be read by clicking HERE.

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Jun
1
Ring of Fire opens tonight! check out this article by Jeff DeDekker in the Regina Leader-post.

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May
29
Jenni Burke is an engaging, immensely talented and in demand entertainer. She has earned many extensive theatre credits such as Les Miserables, Chicago, Little Shop of Horrors, The Vagina Monologues, Toute Comme Elle. Q: When did you first meet Mary Poppins? A: When I was a child of 9 I saw the movie, it was so magical and one of the things our family would do together was watch the Wonderful World of Disney. Q: What is your favorite Disney Musical? A: Mary Poppins, The...

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