Globe Theatre News

Mar
31
March madness is one way to put it. We unfortunately needed to postpone our event for World Theatre Day but stay tuned for more potential programming.  Click here for the full March update. 

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Feb
28
Check out some amazing theatre artists featured for Black History Month.  Click here for the newsletter. 

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Feb
19
We welcome 2021 with open arms and look foreward to a new year of possibilities.  Click here for our January updates. 

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Dec
22
Globe Theatre presents a fresh take on Jesus' nativity in radio play An “old-fashioned art form” is the medium for the Globe Theatre’s new Christmas performance — The Story, a radio play airing on 620 CKRM. Read more here.

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Dec
21
Tune in for our Holiday special The Story - a Radio Play We wish you all the best during these holidays. See you all in 2021! http://globetheatrelive.com/+pub/20|21 Season/Newletters/December Newsletter 2020 (1).pdf

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Nov
27
Read about our Stepping Out Auction and more about our big move! http://globetheatrelive.com/+pub/20|21 Season/Newletters/NovemberNewsletter2020.pdf

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Nov
27
Ghost Tours and Redevelopment Announcements! Read more below.  http://globetheatrelive.com/+pub/20|21 Season/Newletters/OctoberNewsletter2020.pdf

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Oct
22
Globe Theatre Cancels Remainder of its 2020|2021 Season October 22, 2020   Globe Theatre has been presenting professional theatre in Saskatchewan for over 55 years. Each season, we welcome over 70,000 audience members, artists and students through our doors, but now we are faced with the reality that the live theatre environment cannot exist like it did prior to the COVID-19 pandemic.   After careful thought and consideration, Globe Theatre is saddened to announce the cancellation of...

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Sep
4
On behalf of the Board of Directors and staff of Globe Theatre Society, I am pleased to invite you to attend Globe Theatre Society’s 2020 Virtual Annual General Meeting on  Thursday, September 24, 2020 via Zoom starting at 11:30 AM.   All Globe Theatre Society 2019|2020 members in good standing are welcome and are eligible to vote. Kerry Lumbard, Chair  Board of Directors For more information please click here.

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Jun
4
Globe Theatre Appoints Jennifer Brewin as Artistic Director   Globe Theatre has appointed Jennifer Brewin as the Artistic Director, following an extensive international search process led by a search committee of the board and Leadership Source.   Jennifer has had a long history in the Canadian theatre industry specializing in new works. She has both co-authored a number of collective creations as well as directed premiers of a vast array of new plays. Jennifer has been in...

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Apr
28
Globe Theatre Society Board of Directors is currently seeking three new Board members to join our team as we embark on an ambitious project in the redevelopment of the Prince Edward Building. We are looking for dynamic, community-minded, committed individuals with experience in management, marketing and communications, finance and technology, etc. to help us steward this project to success.  At this time, we are particularly looking for those with experience in theatre and the arts,...

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Mar
16
Mar
9
I Call myself Princess offers beautiful music, humour, truth. Jani Lauzon's play I Call myself Princess gives new perspective to the life of Indigenous opera star Tsianina Redfeather at Globe Theatre. Full review here

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Mar
9
“One of the things that we were surprised to uncover was that there were hundreds of Indigenous performers at the turn of the century,” said Jani Lauzon. Full story here

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Feb
21
Busy week for our young performers in Billy Elliot the Musical! This week they have been working closely with Director and Choreographer Stephanie Graham at Youth Ballet of Saskatchewan. Thanks to CTV Regina for the great story. Watch the interview here. The cast includes Jayvn Galaura (Billy), Kelden Mackenzie (Billy), Kael McInnes (Tall Boy/Posh Boy, Understudy Billy) and Antony Salisbury (Michael Caffrey). The remainder of the cast and creative team will be announced in the coming...

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Jan
29
“Comedy has this power that invites you in,” said Judy Wensel, director of Exit, Pursued By A Bear.   Another great interview from Ashley Martin. Click here to read more on the show, hear from some of the actors and special guest Jo-Anne Dusel, executive director of the Provincial Association of Transition Houses and Services of Saskatchewan (PATHS).  

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Jan
29
"By the end of Exit, Pursued By A Bear, I was ready to burst into tears. Tears of relief. Of sorrow. Of joy. Mostly joy". ... "The play follows Nan Carter (portrayed by Jonelle Gunderson, who grew up in Watrous). She resolves to leave her abusive husband, Kyle (portrayed by Mike Gill, who grew up in Regina). In their cabin home outside of Atlanta, Ga., Kyle is duct taped to a chair while Nan and her two best friends literally show Kyle the error of his ways". Ashley Martin from the...

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Jan
27
"On now at Globe Theatre, the play explores the theme of intimate partner violence, but not in the way you might expect. It's actually a dark comedy". CBC show host Shauna Powers speaks to the play's director, Judy Wensel, along with Crystal Geisbrecht from PATHs (Provincial Association of Transition Houses and Services of Saskatchewan). Special thanks to Shauna Powers from CBC for the excellent interview. Full interview here

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Jan
20
Click below to listen to Jenna-Lee Hyde's interview with Shauna Powers as they discuss Globe's upcoming Sandbox Series show, Every Brilliant Thing.  JAN 30 - FEB 2 Tickets only $20 (plus fees and taxes).   https://www.cbc.ca/listen/live-radio/1-205-saskatchewan-weekend  

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Dec
8
The University of Regina's student newspaper, the Carillon, shares a bit on Globe Theare's Cinderella. Click here for full story.  

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Dec
5
Amy Matysio is back in her hometown of Regina to play the stepmother in the Globe Theatre's Cinderella. - Ashley Martin, Regina Leader-Post Click here for the full interview. 

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Dec
2
“What you are about to see is not the ordinary tale of Cinderella … (This) is a tale of adventure, the stars, the sea, and magic.” - Ashley Martin, Regina Leader-Post Click here for the full story

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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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