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2022-2023 Season Announcement

 

#34

By munish Sharma

Directed by Judy Wensel

George Reed is a Saskatchewan legend - elite athlete, advocate, and humanitarian. The show takes us on the incredible journey highlighting George’s groundbreaking career, his move to the prairies, and how he won over the community. Footage and game highlights from his record-breaking career with the Saskatchewan Roughriders give audiences a view from the 55-yard line.  #34 was commissioned by the Globe Theatre to coincide with the 2022 Grey Cup in Regina and to honour the man who put the city on the map. George Reed’s story is one of resilience and determination, and this production offers Canada a theatrical glimpse into a unique side of prairie life.  

NOVEMBER 9TH - NOVEMBER 27TH, 2022

LOCATION: Darke Hall at the University of Regina

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making spirits bright 

featuring "A Coyote solstice tale" by thomas king & "A Voice for christmas" by W.o. mitchell

Directed by Jennifer Brewin

Back by popular demand, The Globe Theatre is proud to present the second annual production of Making Spirits Bright. A show that celebrates holiday merrymaking against the backdrop of old-fashioned live radio plays. Bring the whole family to cozy up together at the Artesian as part of your annual family tradition. The show adapts two iconic short stories to the stage, A Coyote Solstice Tale by Thomas King and A Voice for Christmas by W.O. Mitchell. Two stories that celebrate the gifts of friendship and family at the darkest time of the year.

DECEMBER 2ND - DECEMBER 23RD, 2022

LOCATION: The Artesian 

This show will be festival seating at the Artesian.

 

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Sir john a: Acts of a gentrified Ojibway rebellion

by drew hayden taylor

Directed by Erin Goodpipe & Jayden Pfeifer

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 the British museum, Bobby and Hugh will steal precious relics to hold as ransom – Sir John A. MacDonald’s bones. Along the way they pick up, Anja a white student from a prestigious university with opinions on absolutely everything. These three sort historical fact from fiction to  chart their own terms for reconciliation. First premiering at The National Arts Centre, this is a funny and inquisitive piece of theatre that invites us all to brush off the cobwebs of history with grace, courage and a few laughs along the road. 

FEBRUARY 22ND - MARCH 12TH, 2023

LOCATION: The Shumiatcher Room at Conexus Arts Centre

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The Birds and the bees

by mark crawford

Directed by Anita Smith

Produced in a first-time collaboration with Saskatoon’s Persephone Theatre. 

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 home; her neighbour of 20 years, Earl, who keeps showing up more and more; and stirring things up is Ben, the young biology student who investigates the missing bees. 
From the playwright of Bed and Breakfast comes a springtime romance just in time for planting season. 

MAY 4TH - MAY 21ST, 2023

LOCATION: The Shumiatcher Room at Conexus Arts Centre

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Subscription purchases ON SALE NOW. Call Box Office to purchase: 306.525.6400 | Single Ticket Sales Available August 2022.

 

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