Everyone gets their time in the limelight, and this sure happened for Canada and the United States in the ‘60s.
Greystone Theatre’s latest modern masterpiece features first- and second-year students and fairy tales galore.
This production is the first of four Mainstage performances put on by the university theatre.
Greystone Theatre is returning to the stage with their third play of the season: The Cripple of Inishmaan, a dark comedy by Martin McDonagh. The play follows the story of Billy “Cripple” Claven, an isolated and alienated resident of the Aran Islands in Northern Ireland who longs to escape his hometown of Inishmaan. When a…
Debuting at the Greystone Theatre on March 19, Our Country’s Good marks the end of another prosperous season for the University of Saskatchewan’s drama department.
As a theatrical performance, Scene Slam offers a very unique experience and opportunity. Going beyond a traditional theatre show, it engages the audience in everything from developing script ideas to acting — leaving it largely up to the crowd to determine how the evening will take shape.
Written by the University of Saskatchewan drama department’s playwright in residence, Kenneth T. Williams, Downstream will be making four stops as it tours across the prairies during February.
Written by Ian Nelson and directed by Denis Rouleau, The White Room (presented in French as La Chambre Blanche) is a story about home, family and how they define us — both by ourselves and those who would use such things as guilt by association.
Written by Montreal-based playwright Evelyne de la Cheneliere, translated by Morwyn Brebner and directed by Gordon McCall, Strawberries in January takes place in present-day Montreal and features a number of familiar faces from Saskatoon making their main stage debut at Persephone theatre.
A brilliant cocktail of half a cup of societal commentary and half a cup of morbid humor, Better Living certainly isn’t your run-of-the-mill family dramedy.