Theatre

A group of Prairie Sky School students at a previous performance.

Prairie Sky School Presents: The Lorax

Tuesday, May 21

6:00 PM

The Artesian

Prairie Sky School presents Dr. Seuss’s classic cautionary tale of greed and its consequences on the environment through drama, dance, music and puppetry!

The Prairie Sky School Vision is to educate children holistically through art, community, and nature. The School was founded and incorporated in December 2008.

Listen to Dis' community arts organization logo

Listen to Dis' Presents: The Other Ordinary

Tuesday, May 21

7:00 PM

The Artesian

A romp through intimate, hilarious and tragic theatrical stories from people living as "other." Using clown, song, story and dance the company of others' will invite you into the ridiculous nature of their collective humanity and lived experiences. Don't get too comfortable for we may need your help to pull this off!

Performance collective Listen To Dis' is committed to having the voice of people living with disability represented through art that is imagined and created by people living with disability. Listen To Dis’ members have enthusiastically collaborated with and performed for thousands of people in Saskatchewan, over the past nine years.

The 4 young performers of treeline theatre smile at the camera

Treeline Theatre Presents: The Game of Life Comes to Life

Wednesday, May 22

6:30 PM

Unitarian Fellowship

New to game night, and new to each other, four distinct characters face unexpected surprises as they become pawns in this real-life twist on the classic board game, Life. Starring Aidan Krietzer, Anna Woodward, Finn Conway, and Jane Woollam-Agnew, this show is a delight for all ages.

Treeline Theatre aims to bring original and developmental work to stage that generally focuses on theatre for children, including workshops and co-creating with the natural enthusiasm, energy and imagination of young people. Under the direction of Jodi Woollam, this is Treeline Theatre’s fourth year in the Cathedral Village Arts Festival.

Children's entertainer Danny Kazam poses with a stuffed monkey on his shoulder

Danny Kazam: Family Magician

Thursday, May 23

4:30 PM

Unitarian Fellowship

Danny's hilarious sense of humour, amazing magic, lovable puppets, and positive messages will have everyone experiencing a show so fun it will warm hearts, tickle souls, and leave them wanting more.

Ever since Danny was a young child, he always dreamed of growing up to become an entertainer. Two of his biggest influences in becoming a children's entertainer were Shari Lewis and Ernie Coombs/Mr. Dressup. Danny's goal is to use his gifts and talents to inspire and create wonderful lasting memories for children and families wherever he performs.

La Compagnie des comédiens cru(e)s

Thursday, May 23

5:30 PM

Unitarian Fellowship

The newborn Compagnie des comédiens cru(e)s will be performing a solo performance reflecting on memory in a futuristic world.

It is Oskana theatre that brought Émilie Dessureault-Paquette to do theatre for the first time back in 2016. Her first role was Carmen in Forever Yours, Marie-Lou. She has since acted in Manon Last Call, Boeing Boeing, and A Streetcar Named Desire. She is very proud to have acted in her first english play last autumn : The Diaries of Adam and Eve for the One Acts cabaret at Regina Little Theatre. Living in Saskatchewan for the last 4 years, she now works as an associate-producer for Radio-Canada in Regina.

Hitchhikers Improv

Friday, May 24

7:00 PM

The Artesian

Are you ready for a great night out filled with laughs, surprises, and good friends? This is that.

In 2013, four young-blooded improvisers set out to create a space for comedians in Regina, Saskatchewan. Above a shoe store in The Creative City Centre, founders Andrew Parry, Cameron Chomyn, Danny Murphy and Samantha Gross ran shows involving local Regina improvisers and guests from other cities. At the end of a series of sold out shows, they opened their doors further and grew to become Hitchhikers Improv Company.

Secret Wishes

Hosted by Kris Alvarez

Friday, May 24

8:00 PM

The Artesian

“What have you always wanted to try in front of an audience but haven’t the time, space, or certainty to?”

Come see what local artists reveal when their friend and host Kris Alvarez gives them permission to share their SECRET WISHES! One Night Only!

RSAR Drag Show

Friday, May 24

9:30 PM

The Artesian

The Regal Social Association of Regina's 28th house is a non-profit organization that hosts public events to raise awareness about gender diversity. Funds raised by RSAR are donated to other local and provincial non-profits.

This collective of drag performers will offer a show with Mature Content.

SaskExpress: MiniExpress and The Expressions

Saturday, May 25

2:00 PM and 4:00 PM

SaskExpress Studio

An 80's inspired show performed by 21 local performers ages 8-16.

Our group has been performing in and around Regina since 1998. We have the chance to travel to New York, Disneyland, and Disney World to perform. Our studio is located in Cathedral area. We enjoy every opportunity we have to perform for our community.