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Where: MacCorquodale Place
“This musical honours the indomitable spirit of youth navigating uncertain times – and it’s magnificent.”
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Where: MacCorquodale Place
“Step into the world of big hair and even bigger personalities with this spirited play about six extraordinary women in seemingly ordinary circumstances – a riveting adventure about fiery friendships.”
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Where: MacCorquodale Place
“It’s a total blast! Frances Koncan’s crackling dialogue and director Yvette Nolan’s sparkling staging turns this chapter of our history into an unforgettable theatrical event.”
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Where: The Artesian Assigned Seating
Inspired by the real-life childhood of Saskatchewan’s retired Senator and neuroscientist Dr. Lillian Dyck. Cafe Daughter is the story of a whip smart kid in 1957 Saskatchewan navigating three different cultures in pursuit of her dream to be a scientist.
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Where: The Artesian Assigned Seating
Featuring local superstars and national icons Join the Globe Theatre for a trip down musical theatre memory lane. This cabaret will thrill audiences with hits from our past and introduce songs from shows yet to come. Be amazed as our design team transforms The Artesian into the Moulin Rouge, The Kit Kat, and Onyx Clubs […]
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Where: The Artesian Assigned Seating
Stories by W.O. Mitchell, Thomas King, and two timeless tales; The Night Before Christmas and The Mitten. Directed by Jennifer Brewin Jump back into our cozy little snow globe that is The Artesian and join us as we tune up the radio wires for a new version of our sold-out holiday tradition from 2021 and […]
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Where: Darke Hall At the University of Regina
Starring Tess Degenstein A Spontaneous Theatre creation by Rebecca Northan When Mimi’s date for the evening fails to show up, she turns to the audience for someone willing to answer love’s call. What happens next is anybody’s guess, and different each night. This is theatre at its most thrilling, and you will want to see […]
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Where: Conexus Arts Centre Shumiatcher Room
By Mark Crawford This comedic romp through a local bee farm has a big heart to match the big laughs. Watch as mothers and daughters, farmers, and scientists come together in Mark Crawford’s funny and flirty play about life and love. The action centers around Gail’s farm: her failing beehives; her middle-aged daughter moving back […]
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Where: Conexus Arts Centre Shumiatcher Room Alley
By Drew Hayden Taylor A ‘buddy’ adventure that is part road trip – part grand heist – this story follows two Ojibway men, Bobby Rabbit, and his wannabe rock star friend Hugh, who leave their reserve and head out on the TransCanada highway to right a cultural wrong. To retrieve his grandfather’s medicine pouch from […]
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Where: The Artesian
Two short Stories By Thomas King and W.O. Mitchell adapted for the stage Back by popular demand after a sold-out run, Globe Theatre is proud to present the second annual production of Making Spirits Bright, a show that celebrates holiday merrymaking set against the backdrop of an old-fashioned live radio play. We invite you to […]
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Where: Darke Hall At the University of Regina
By Munish Sharma George Reed is a Saskatchewan legend – elite athlete, advocate, and humanitarian. He made Regina home and made the province proud; and this year his life and work are ingeniously crafted into a new play by Munish Sharma. The production takes us on the incredible journey highlighting George’s groundbreaking career, his move […]
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