Globe Theatre News

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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Mar
18
Jennifer Ackerman of Regina's Leader-Post interviews Artistic Director Ruth Smillie regarding the redevelopment plan of Globe Theatre. They discuss the current state of the building, the involvement of all three levels of government, and what the renovations mean for the future of Globe. Click here to read the full article.

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Mar
18
The Regina Leader-Post helps us announce our "Billy Boot Camp", a no-cost program designed to help give young, local artists the skills required to audition for a starring role in next season's production of Billy Elliot the Musical.  To read the full story, click here.

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Mar
7
Regina's Leader-Post reveals our upcoming 2019|2020 season lineup, kicking things off with Chicago in September, 2020. To read the full article and to learn more about the other shows, click here.

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Feb
28
Regina Leader-Post's Ashley Martin came to last night's preview performance of Gracie, saying:   "On a simple set, in a simple pink dress, lead (and lone) actor Lucy Hill carries out a riveting and complex story."   Click here to read the full article.

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Feb
25
Ashley Martin from the Regina Leader-Post chats with Director of Gracie Judy Wensel and Lucy Hill (playing Gracie) about the upcoming production and what it's like working together as close friends. To read the full interview, click here.

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Feb
6
CJME interviews members of Deaf Crows Collective in anticipation of the opening performance on Apple Time. To read the full article, click here.

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Feb
1
Ashley Martin of the Regina Leader-Post chats with Theatre School Director and Sandbox Series Coordinator Andrew Ritchie to talk about the upcoming Sandbox Series productions, with Apple Time kicking the season off Feb 7.  To read the full article, click here.

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Jan
30
Jackie Perez of Regina's CTV came down to Globe Theatre to discuss all things Sandbox Series, interviewing several people involved in the productions throughout the season. To view the full CTV story, click here. If you are interested in learning more about the shows in this year's Sandbox Series or to book your tickets, click here.

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Jan
17
Ashley Martin of the Regina Leader-Post reviews last night's preview performance of Bed and Breakfast, saying "I can hardly wait to see it again." To read the full review, click here.

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Jan
14
Playwright and Actor Mark Crawford talks to the Leader-Post about our upcoming show Bed and Breakfast.   “For the story itself, I was really interested in writing a comedy about a gay couple who leave the city and move to a small town, and sort of about the experience of queer people living in smaller communities, which is maybe a story that we don’t hear as often,” said Crawford.   To read the full article, click here.

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Dec
20
Globe Theatre’s Board of Directors is pleased to announce that Jaime Boldt has been appointed the Executive Director of Globe Theatre. Following an extensive national search process conducted by Arts Consulting Group Canada, the Board concluded that Jaime’s exceptional track record of leadership in the non-profit sector made her the outstanding candidate for this role. Jaime will begin her contract on February 1, 2019.   Incoming Executive Director Jaime Boldt: “I am thrilled to be...

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Dec
7
Ashley Martin of Regina's Leader-Post helps Globe Theatre announce their 2019 Sandbox Series lineup of shows. Click here to read the full article.

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Dec
6
Globe Theatre is excited to reveal the lineup for our 2019 Sandbox Series!   Deaf Crows Collective Production of Apple Time Presented by Globe Theatre Apple Time is a bridge to all realms. It is a magical space where Deaf, Hard of Hearing, newcomers, oral communication and signing come together to create entire new worlds. Blending puppetry and ASL poetry with traditional Deaf storytelling, mime, mask, magic, and even a little bit of circus arts, the Apple Time ensemble...

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Dec
4
Power has been restored at Globe Theatre and tonight's performance of The Hobbit will go ahead as scheduled. The show starts at 7:30 PM. If you have tickets for tonight, please arrive 30 minutes before showtime.

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Nov
30
Ashley Martin of Regina's Leader-Post reviews our holiday production, The Hobbit, diving into what it takes to bring such a large show from the big screen to the theatre stage. Click here to read the full article.

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Nov
23
Colin Doyle appeared on  CTV Morning Live - Regina  this morning to give a sneak peek at what audiences can expect from our upcoming holiday production of The Hobbit.   To see the full interview, click here.

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