Globe Theatre News

Sep
25
University of Regina School of Journalism student Julia Peterson delivered an excellent story on Globe Theatre's Chicago. Full Story here.

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Sep
17
Megan Zong returns to her home province for Globe Theatre's Chicago.  Click here for the full story.  

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Sep
13
Chicago has officially opened at Globe Theatre and Ashley Martin of the Leader-Post gives 5 reasons to see the show! Click here to read them.  

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Aug
26
The historical Prince Edwrad Building has been home to Globe Theatre for many years. It's finally time for some revitalization. Global News story here.

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Aug
26
Big thank you to Government of Canada, Province of Saskatchewan, City of Regina and our lead donors for their investment in our theatre. ‬ CBC News story here.

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Aug
26
Exciting news for the future of Globe Theatre! 620 CKRM The Source full story here. 

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Aug
7
Exclusive interviews with Billy Boot Camp Program Director Stephanie Graham, the potential candidates for Billy Elliot and more. Watch here

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Aug
7
Our 17 young artists are attending a two week intensive training program to audition for the role of Billy Elliot in Billy Elliot the Musical. Read the full story here    "Just be proud that you want to be a dancer and don't let anybody push you around." - Aubrey Stewart

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Jun
21
Our long-time Artistic Director, Ruth Smillie, has officially announced her retirement. Effective June 30, 2019, Ruth will retire from the day-to-day role of Artistic Director and will assume the honorary position of Globe Theatre Artistic Director Emerita.  CJME News: Full article here

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Jun
12
Eagle Feather News shares some highlights from In Care with Director Curtis Peeteetuce and Actress Allana Dorion. Full article here

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Jun
11
Curtis Peeteetuce is directing In Care for the second time, a play about a mother's struggle to retrieve her children taken by the foster care system. A notion of hope lingers over the story, Peeteetuce mentions this show as a way to prompt difficult discussions among the community. Act 2 of the show features a talk back facilitated by a member of the community to help audience members understand the show and decompress.   Full article here

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Jun
7
The 2019 Saskatchewanderer interviews the lovely Jacqueline Burtney (Belle) from Disney's Beauty and the Beast. Full interview video here 

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Jun
3
Exclusive French interview with cast member Kelsey Howatt from Disney's Beauty and the Beast and Doris Labrie from Radio Canada!  Click here to listen to the interview (in French).

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May
27
A tale as old as time comes to life at the Globe's theatre in the round. This production of Disney's Beauty and the Beast was fortunate to have the Leader-Post "be our guest" and share this lovely review. Read the full story here: https://leaderpost.com/entertainment/local-arts/review-globes-beauty-and-the-beast-freshen-up-tale-as-old-as-time

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May
21
"Beauty and the Beast was the first play Jacqueline Burtney ever saw at the Globe Theatre. Now she is playing Belle on the same stage." Ashley Martin from the Leader-Post shares her interview with Jaqueline Burteney (Belle) and David Micheal Moote (Beast).  Full story here: https://leaderpost.com/entertainment/local-arts/burtney-comes-full-circle-with-globe-theatres-beauty-and-the-beast

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May
3
Eagle Feather News highlights the stunning preformance of the ensemble of Making Treaty 4 .   "The original Making of Treaty 4 was a conceptual performance that explores the making of treaty past, present and future" explained Erin Goodpipe, a member of the Treaty 4 Collective.  “It not only looks at the effects of Treaty, but gives us the space to tell treaty from our point of view, through an Indigenous lens,” she said. Click here for the full...

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Apr
15
CBC interviews Mandy Goforth from Making Treaty 4 to help shed some light on the production and the powerful messages that are told through the performance. Read the full article.

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Apr
12
Ashley Martin of the Regina Leader-Post reviews the first performance of Making Treaty 4, giving a sneak peek into the story and what audiences can expect from the production. Read the full article.

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Mar
29
Artistic Director Ruth Smillie was on Blue Sky (CBC) radio today to chat with host Garth Materie about land and territory acknowledgments, and what Globe Theatre is doing to ensure that they are respected and listened to. To listen to the full interview, skip ahead to the 12-minute mark.

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Mar
29
Ashley Martin of the Regina Leader-Post reviews Concord Floral, which opened last night as part of the Sandbox Series, describing it as a "ghost story meets teen drama." Read the full article.

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Mar
28
Penny Smoke from CBC interviews Artistic Director Ruth Smillie regarding the actions that Globe Theatre is taking towards reconciliation, saying: It's important for organizations like us to take to heart the need for the process of dialogue, learning, reconciliation and for all of us to be on the path to being true treaty people. All of us. Check out the full article.

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Mar
25
CBC interviews Ruth Smillie, Artistic Director, about Globe Theatre's revitalization project which is to be discussed at the March 25 city council meeting.   To read the full article, click here.

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Mar
25
Globe Theatre School's Young Company made the Regina Leader-Post this weekend to discuss their upcoming production Concord Floral, which opens this Thursday as part of the Sandbox Series.   Read the full article here.

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Mar
20
Joey Slattery from CTV Regina interviews Ruth Smillie to get a closer look at the plans to renovate the historic Prince Edward building, home of Globe Theatre. Click here to see the full story.

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Mar
20
Global News Regina came by the theatre this week to discuss the renovation plans for the theatre and what it would mean to the arts community and to the city. Artistic Director Ruth Smillie says: The population of Regina is just over 200,000, and this theatre is one of the most successful in Canada. Our colleagues envy the type of audiences that we draw into our space. Now, we need the theatre, the facility, that this audience and this community needs. To see the full news story, click...

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