Thigh High Theatre is barely a year old, but already the University of Saskatchewan grads running the show have big plans.
One of the newest productions in Saskatoon is Dying City, featuring local drama heroes and U of S alumni Heather Morrison and Aaron Hursh. The play is directed by the current head of the drama department, the talented Jim Guedo.
Thirty years ago Billy Bishop Goes to War helped pull Persephone Theatre out of a tailspin of financial trouble. Now the legendary Canadian play is back ”” and it's fresher than ever.
Over the last 10 years, Antonio Hrynchuk has directed television commercials, short films, documentaries and music videos. His music videos can be seen on CMT, including his latest project: Doc Walker's video for “Coming Home.”
Live Five opens their sixth season of independent theatre with an imaginative, dark whirlwind ”” Ground Cover Theatre's debut of Dysmorphia. The production, which was developed in Saskatoon, was inspired by Oscar Wilde's The Portrait of Dorian Gray. Director Natasha Martina, a professor of movement and acting at the U of S, gathered together a