Globe Theatre is a Not-for-Profit Organization


Donations from individuals like you are critical to Globe Theatre so that we can continue offering high-quality performances to audiences, professional theatre training for artists, and classes for children and adults.

With the support of our donors, we are able to produce large-scale productions like last season’s Much Ado About Nothing and Mary Poppins. Both productions featured graduates from our Actor Conservatory Training Program, one of the finest professional actor training programs in Canada.

Your donations help us bring arts education to children who face barriers to participation. The Globe Theatre School and its outreach programing in Regina core area schools and communities throughout the province such as Kawacatoose First Nations and Maverick School in Swift Current, help children develop self-confidence, creativity, positive ways of expressing thoughts and feelings, problem-solving and social skills – the skills needed to succeed in life.

In summer 2015, we offered a free two-week theatre school day camp to children and youth through the Regina Open Door Society, and in fall 2015 the Globe Theatre School piloted a ground-breaking program with the Autism Resource Centre that engages adults and young people with ASD in theatre-based improvisation techniques.

Together, we can continue to engage the community in the creative power of the arts.


“My students participated in a 10 week outreach program with Globe Theatre. Each week my students planned and developed a final project based on the theme of dragons. It was amazing to watch my students’ self-confidence and pride grow each week. They were building animals, learning how to rap, how to engage the audience.
Our final project was presented in front of our school and family. The buzz from the students during our afternoon dress rehearsal was unbelievable. Many of them had never had this feeling of being ‘in the spot-light’. The excitement and anticipation that was in the air is truly something each child should experience at some point in their life.”
Chandra Logan
Teacher with Regina Public School Division No. 4


Photo Credits:

Jacob James I Billy Bishop Goes to War I Globe Theatre Regina I  Photo by: Darrol Hofmeister of Sharpshooter Photography; Kaitlyn Semple, Leora Joy Godden, Katherine Barrell I  Shout Sister I Globe Theatre Regina I Photo by: Kiriako Iatridis; Greg Ochitwa I Cope I Shumiatcher Sandbox Series I  Photo by: Kiriako Iatridis; Daniel Maslany I O.C. Dean I Shumiatcher Sandbox Series I Photo by:  Darrol Hofmeister of Sharpshooter Photography; Diana Coatsworth, Murray Furrow, Jennifer Lyon, Vince Staltari, Jenni Burke, Stirlin Karlsen, Kevin Rothery, Michelle Fisk, Tim Gledhill, Lindsay Croxall I The Drowsy Chaperone I Globe Theatre Regina I  Photo by: Darrol Hofmeister of Sharpshooter Photography; Anna Kitchen I Globe Theatre School I Photo by: Carey Shaw; Katie Ryerson I The Wizard of Oz I Globe Theatre Regina I Photo by:  Darrol Hofmeister of Sharpshooter Photography.










 Globe Theatre's Donation Levels


To make a donation or for further information on our Monthly Giving Plan, please contact:

Karen Prior | Development Manager
(306) 924-2840


Donations of $15 or more will receive a Charitable Tax Receipt.

Charitable organization #11894 0436 RR0001.

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