Greystone Theatre’s latest modern masterpiece features first- and second-year students and fairy tales galore.
The play sheds a witty glimmer of light onto how little women’s rights have changed.
This production is the first of four Mainstage performances put on by the university theatre.
Diana Son’s Stop Kiss is a beautifully awkward play revolving around a friendship that gradually evolves into love.
Currently on the Persephone main stage in Saskatoon, Equivocation is a gripping play that explores history, politics, morality and the meaning of truth.
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.
East of Berlin is a sharp, biting and brutal play, laced with wicked humour and profound philosophical resonances. It is a play about uncertainty that asks hard questions of its viewer, but also provides a comfort in its familiar search for meaning. It will not depress you as other Holocaust-themed plays might, but it will
Waiting for the Parade does more than just reflect on war, past and present, and the way it has shaped our country; it interacts with the past in a way that is full of love and vitality, and it takes hold of the audience with its continuing sense of urgency.
The man, the myth, the legend — who was Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart? The newly arrived production of Amadeus may not provide exact historical accuracy, but it does provide a sizzling spectacle of classic elegance and bloodthirsty rivalry. This fall, Greystone Theatre is putting on the Peter Shaffer play that delves into the mystery of the genius