Directed by: Jennifer Brewin, Artistic Director



Video/video call submissions may be accepted for those unable to attend the auditions.



Artists must be able to work locally in Regina, SK (no travel or accommodation will be provided).

Ensemble (any gender), 1 Actor – All actors will play multiple roles including forest animals, school children, and radio “actors.” The selected Actor must be able to sing and the ability to play an instrument would be a bonus.


About the Show


Featuring holidays stories by authors W.O. Mitchell, Thomas King, along with two timeless tales; The Night Before Christmas and The Mitten. 

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 2022. This year we bring to life four different stories,  Frankincents  an’ Meer by W.O. Mitchell, Coyote’s New Suit by Thomas King, a new translation of the Ukrainian folk tale The Mitten and The Night Before Christmas by Clement Clarke Moore. Join us to celebrate holiday merrymaking and seasonal tradition all against the backdrop of an old-fashioned radio play.

This recent holiday tradition at Globe Theatre is styled as a live action radio play, set in the intimate Artesian Theatre.  Cast members narrate, sing, and make live foley sound effects bringing 4 short stories to life.  This season’s show features the same format as the 2021 and 2022 version with 4 new stories.



1st Day of Rehearsal -- Tuesday, November 7, 2023
Preview – November 29 and 30, 2023
Opening -- Friday, December 1, 2023
Closing -- Sunday, December 23, 2023
Contract Total -- 7 Weeks
Venue – The Artesian (F House)
Globe Theatre is member of PACT; all actors will be engaged under CAEA contracts

*This schedule includes 3.5 weeks of rehearsal; most weeks we will work five days a week, but a few will be 6-day weeks. Generally, the days off are Sunday and Monday, but that is subject to change before the start of rehearsal.



Please email your headshot and resume with the subject line “MSB Audition” to Globe Theatre Producer Heather Ervin at *If you are unable to attend the in-person auditions, please indicate this in your submission.

Deadline for submissions is 8:00am JUNE 5. Successful applicants, including those we wish to see via video/video call, will receive audition materials and further information after the application deadline has passed. Priority will be given to members of CAEA.



Globe Theatre is located on Treaty 4 territory, the traditional lands of the nêhiyawak, Anihšināpēk, Dakota, Nakoda, Lakota, and the homeland of the Métis/Michif Nation.

The Globe Theatre is committed to justice, equity, diversity, and inclusion in the workplace and is committed to those principles in our hiring practice. We encourage applications from our diverse community. Globe Theatre acknowledges that the theatre industry has a history of toxic rehearsal/performance environments. Globe Theatre has a zero-tolerance policy for abuse of any kind. All staff and artists must take a 1.5-hour online Respectful Workplace Seminar before their first contracted day; they are compensated for this time. 

Globe will continue responding appropriately to protect against infectious diseases.  All artists are required to be fully vaccinated for COVID two weeks prior to the start of the contract and must adhere to Globe’s heath policies; this may include being masked during rehearsals and/or periodic COVID rapid testing.