Globe Theatre News

Jan
26
"Sherlock Holmes might be the world's best detective, but it turns out he also has a keen sense of humour." - Jeff Dedekker Leader Post journalist Jeff Dedekker interviews Kevin Kruchkywich, who plays Sherlock Holmes in The Hound of the Baskervilles.  Together they outline everything you will need to know about the amazingly athletic performance, the 15 diverse characters played by only three actors, and the side-splittingly funny script you have to look forward to when attending this...

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Jan
19
  A Tribute to Jerry Franken Jerry Franken died on January 15, 2016, at the age of 68. For audiences, staff and fellow actors, Jerry Franken was one of the most beloved actors who worked at Globe Theatre over the years.  His work on the stage was honest and deeply felt. Each character he created was unique.  He was a craftsman, an artist, a storyteller.  He defined himself as an actor and not a performer. In his words, “Acting is important.  Learn how to act. Performance is just being...

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Jan
18
Jeff Dedekker of the Leader Post had a chance to sit down with the director of The Hound of the Baskervilles, Kelli Fox to discuss all the antics of rehearsing and directing this high energy, comedic show.  "When Jeff Irving, Kevin Kruchkywich and Michael Spencer-Davis signed on for Globe Theatre's production of The Hound of the Baskervilles, there's a good chance they weren't completely aware of what was in store for them." - Jeff Dedekker Click here and read first hand about what these...

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Dec
11
  Quelemia Sparrow makes her Globe Theatre debut in Then Snow Queen in the dual roles of Freya and Hyrokkin.     BIO Globe Theatre: Debut Other Theatre: The Jessie Richardson Award-winning production of Our Town (Osimous Theatre); The Edward Curtis Project (Great Canadian Theatre Company/National Arts Centre); The Penelopiad, August: Osage County (Arts Club Theatre); Ernestine Shuswap Gets Her Trout (Firehall Arts Centre); Where the Blood Mixes (Vancouver Playhouse/Western Canada...

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Dec
10
  Jacey Fahlman is one of ten Saskatchewan based artists involved in The Snow Queen.  She joins the company as the Apprentice Stage Manager.     BIO Globe Theatre: The Drowning Girls Other Theatre: The Birds, Backstory, The Philistines (University of Regina); Taking Steps, Charlotte’s Web (Regina Little Theatre); Mel Brooks’ Young Frankenstein (Prairie Skies Musical Theatre); Dry Streak (Souris Valley Theatre). Upcoming: Romeo & Juliet (Globe Theatre). Other: Jacey is taking a year...

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Dec
9
  A fixture in the Saskatchewan theatre community, Jamie Lee Shebelski finally makes her Globe Theatre debut as Gerda, one of the courageous elves in The Snow Queen.     BIO   Globe Theatre: Debut Other Theatre: The Importance of Being Earnest (Persephone Theatre); Gordon Winter (Prairie Scene – National Arts Centre); Othello (Shakespeare on the Saskatchewan); The Alchemist (Dancing Sky Theatre); The Secret Garden (Western Canada Theatre); Silence (Northern Light Theatre); Perfect...

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Dec
8
  Kenilee Kehler has worked on countless productions at Globe Theatre and we are always happy to have her back!  She joins the company of The Snow Queen as the Assistant Stage Manager.     BIO Globe Theatre: Ring of Fire: The Music of Johnny Cash, Salt Baby, You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown, Much Ado About Nothing, Sleeping Beauty, The Last Resort, A Closer Walk With Patsy Cline, Robin Hood, Shakespeare’s Will, Conrad-Roy: Daffily Ever After. Other Theatre: Othello, Mary Stuart...

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Dec
7
  Christina Persson joins the cast of The Snow Queen in the unique role of Understudy, covering the roles of Skadi, Freya, Hyrokkin, Magda and Dagda, in case an actor falls ill.     BIO Globe Theatre: Pride and Prejudice, Conrad-Roy: Daffily Ever After, By Candlelight: A Fusion Project, Fusion 2011. Other Theatre: Our Four Walls (MuD Collective) Film & Television: Adam and Amy (Short), Modern Mimes (Short), Others (Indigo Joseph Music Video) Other: Christina is an actor,...

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Dec
4
  Christine Oakey has travelled around the world for her career but she joins Globe Theatre for the first time as Stage Manager for The Snow Queen.     BIO Globe Theatre: Debut Other Theatre: Touring Stage Manager: Eight tours with Mermaid Theatre of Nova Scotia including tours to China, Singapore, South Korea, across Canada and the USA, three tours with 2b theatre company including tours throughout the Maritimes and Western Australia. Stage Manager: Macbeth (Willpower Off the...

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Dec
3
  Regina actor and Globe favourite, Greg Ochitwa plays Dagda, one of the mischievous ice trolls in The Snow Queen.     BIO Globe Theatre: Mainstage: Robin Hood, Metamorphoses (Actor); Shumiatcher Sandbox Series: COPE, a hip-hop musical (Writer/Actor), Fusion Project 2014: Touch, Fusion Project 2015: The Stay (Writer/Director). Other Theatre: The Comedy of Errors, Macbeth, As You Like It, and the title role in Hamlet (Shakespeare on the Saskatchewan); Becky’s New Car (Theatre North...

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Dec
2
  Multi-talented Rebecca Donison joined the creative team of The Snow Queen as the Assistant Set and Costume Designer.     BIO Globe Theatre: Ring of Fire: The Music of Johnny Cash (Head of Wardrobe), as well as various backstage roles in the costume shop and as a dresser. Other Theatre: Set and Costume Design: Dry Streak (Souris Valley Theatre); Set Design: The Velveteen Rabbit, Leading Ladies (Regina Little Theatre); Swept Off Our Feet: Boris Karloff and the Regina Cyclone (Regina...

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Dec
1
  Tony Munch has graced the stage at Globe Theatre on two previous occasions and we are happy to welcome him back to portray the role of Wotan in The Snow Queen.   BIO Globe Theatre: Robin Hood, Becky’s New Car. Other Theatre: Maggie Now (Workshop West); Falling: A Wake, Beyond the Farm Show, Rope’s End (Blyth Festival); Down Dangerous Passes Road (Factory Theatre); The Optimists, Inexpressible Island (Great Canadian Theatre Company); Problem Child (New Stages); Twelfth Night, As You...

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Nov
30
  Ryland Alexander is a Regina-based Fight Director who brings to life the intricate fight scenes in The Snow Queen, including its climactic battle!     BIO Globe Theatre: Sleeping Beauty Other Theatre: Fight Direction: August: Osage County (Citadel Theatre); Julius Caesar, Henry IV Part I, Taming of the Shrew (Shakespeare in the Park); Selected Directing Credits: Kafka’s Monkey (The Golden Apple Theatre); Jack and Jill: Deconstruct (The System Theatre); Monster (The Greenwich...

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Nov
27
  Vancouver actor, Joey Lespérance makes an unforgettable debut on the Globe stage as Ivaldi the dwarf in The Snow Queen.     BIO Globe Theatre: Debut Other Theatre: À toi pour Toujours ta Marie Lou, Des Fraises en Janvier, Porc épic, L’enfant Problème, Comment devenir parfait en 3 Jours (Théâtre la Seizième); Flying Blind (Arts Club Theatre Company; Australian tour). Other: Joey is a bilingual actor based in Vancouver. He is a four time Jessie Richardson Award nominee and was the...

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Nov
26
  Local musician Jeremy Sauer returns to Globe Theatre as the Composer and Sound Designer for The Snow Queen.     BIO Globe Theatre: Main Stage: Composer and Sound Designer: Salt-Water Moon, Sleeping Beauty; Sound Designer: Becky’s New Car, The Wizard of Oz, Jake and the Kid, A Doll’s House, The Alice Nocturne, Doubt, a Parable, Girl in The Goldfish Bowl, Death and the Maiden; Musician: Mesa; Shumiatcher Sandbox Series: Musician, Composer: Fusion III; Composer, Sound Designer: A Thirst...

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Nov
25
  Known in the Regina community as a gifted singer/songwriter, Rebecca Lascue shows off her comedic side as Magda in The Snow Queen.     BIO Globe Theatre: Pride and Prejudice, Conrad-Roy: Daffily Ever After. Other Theatre: Dry Streak, The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, The Marvelous Wonderettes, I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change (Souris Valley Theatre). Other: Rebecca is a singer/songwriter, with a new holiday single called “Ode to Winter” coming out this...

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Nov
24
  As Lighting Designer, Wendy Greenwood creates three stunningly beautiful worlds for The Snow Queen.     BIO Globe Theatre: All Shook Up, Gunmetal Blues, Living in the Spaces, Man of La Mancha, Tuesdays With Morrie. Other Theatre: The Trials of Ezra Pound, Good Mother, Agamemnon, The Flies (Stratford Festival); The School for Scandal (Chicago Shakespeare Theatre); The League of Nathans (Factory Theatre); Dream A Little Dream, Annie—The Musical, Miracle on 34th Street (The Grand...

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Nov
23
  Regina resident Jeremy Hilsendager brings not only his acting talents but his athletic skills as well to the role of Kai, the elf in The Snow Queen.     BIO Globe Theatre: Jake and the Kid, Peter Pan, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Marion Bridge (Voice), Fusion 2008: Hot Little Hands Other Theatre: The Comedy of Errors (Theatre Calgary); The Winter’s Tale (Shakespeare Company); The Seagull, 12 Angry Jurors, Dracula, Do You Bite Your Thumb at Me Sir? (Mount Royal Theatre). Upcoming: A...

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Nov
20
  Mike Gill returns home to Regina to play heroic Baldur in The Snow Queen.     BIO Globe Theatre: A Date with the Night, Fusion 2009: A Few Shiny Pieces, Fusion 2008: Hot Little Hands. Other Theatre: Deer Harper (SHIFT/Pull Festival); Since You Left Us (Presentation House Theatre); One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest, Grease (Studio 58); Eurydice, The Unseen (University of Regina). Film & Television: The Sabbatical directed by Brian Stockton. Other: Originally from Regina,...

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Nov
19
  Scott Penner returns to Globe Theatre as the Set and Costume Designer for The Snow Queen.     BIO Globe Theatre: Set Designer: Billy Bishop Goes to War, Sleeping Beauty; Set and Costume Designer: The Last Resort, Living in the Spaces, The Drowning Girls. Other Theatre: Cymbeline (Stratford Festival); Hair, The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee (The Grand Theatre); Les Liaisons Dangereuses, Lawrence & Holloman, How It Works, Avenue Q, The Rocky Horror Show (Sudbury Theatre...

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Nov
19
Jeff DeDekker gives The Snow Queen a wonderful review. Read the article HERE.

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Nov
18
  Lesile Dos Remedios makes her Globe Theatre debut in the title role of Skadi, the Snow Queen.     BIO Globe Theatre: Debut Other Theatre: Shakespearean Rhapsody, Wondrous Tales of Old Japan (Carousel Theatre); Big Bad (Boca Del Lupo); The King and I (Gateway Theatre); The Misanthrope (Guild Festival Theatre); Julius Caesar (Studio 58). Other: From Vancouver, Leslie is a graduate of York University (2008) and Studio 58 (2012).

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Nov
17
 The Snow Queen is directed and dramaturged by Rachel Peake, who is making her Globe Theatre directorial debut!   BIO Globe Theatre: Assistant Director: The Drowning Girls Other Theatre: Director: Miss Caledonia (Western Canada Theatre); Selfie (Théâtre la Seizième); Glengarry Glen Ross (Classic Chic); The Contest of the Winds (Caravan Farm Theatre); Stickboy (Vancouver Opera); Rosalind (Shaw Festival Director’s Project); Cool Beans (Solo Collective Theatre). Upcoming: Director: Trout...

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Nov
16
Globe Theatre is thrilled to welcome Alden Adair back to Regina to portray Loki and Fenrir in The Snow Queen. BIO Globe Theatre: The Alice Nocturne Other Theatre: A God In Need of Help (Tarragon Theatre); The Valley (Prairie Theatre Exchange); Cymbeline, Elektra (Stratford Festival); The Hobbit, Pride and Prejudice (The Grand Theatre); Warriors (LiveFive); Henry IV Part 1 (Shakespeare on the Saskatchewan). Film & Television: Defiance, Killjoys, Maps to the Stars, Beauty and the Beast,...

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Nov
9
Globe Theatre is thrilled to announce our partnership with Saskatchewan Deaf and Hard of Hearing Services. We will be having an interpreted performance of The Snow Queen on December 22nd. Interpreting services sponsored by SK Lottery Sport, Recreation and Culture grant from the City of Regina.  Buy tickets HERE

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