Wenches & Rogues rocks back into action with first new music in seven years
The band’s newest single “Banshee” comes out — rather fittingly — on St. Patrick’s Day.
Review: ‘The Herd’ is a bluntly honest, magnificently-designed production
It was an impressive performance from the five-person cast, who brought their characters to life with energy and aplomb.
Sask-written ‘The Herd’ graces Persephone Theatre after COVID-19 delay
Director Roxanne Dicke lauded Kenneth T. Walker’s script, from the incorporation of numerous culturally prescient themes to the myriad characters included in the story.
‘The Unforgettables’ makes jump from Fringe stage to Live Five
Director and co-producer Drew Mantyka said there’s still lots for an audience to take away from ‘The Unforgettables,’ whether they’ve seen the first iteration at The Fringe or if this is their first time experiencing the stories of these women.
Review: Light-hearted and cute, ‘The Fiancée’ is a funny (but imperfect) holiday show
The Fiancee is a perfect popcorn show. It’s light, it’s fluffy, it’s most definitely enjoyable. But there’s not much to it — and by the time you’re done, you can’t help but wish there was a little more there.
Female-led farce ‘The Fiancée’ aiming to bring laughs, break tropes
“You don’t need to leave with much introspection — you just need to laugh at how much chaos two people can go through in two hours,” Ali Watson said.
Dancing Sky’s holiday panto makes post-pandemic comeback
‘Jack and the End of the World’ runs from Dec. 2 to 18 at Dancing Sky Theatre in Meacham, Sask.
Review: Saskatoon Summer Players fall comedy spells success, even through hiccups
The Saskatoon Summer Players’ fall musical keeps the audience in stitches with hilarious songs and sharp-witted ad-libbing.
Q&A: Dean McNeill talks music and poetry ahead of collaborative SJO concert
“I like it when people step up to the plate and take a swing at things and hit it out of the park in cool ways. I think we have a lot to offer as a province, and I think this is an example of doing that.”
Inaugural Saskatchewan Jewish Arts Festival a massive cultural celebration
“It sounds so cheesy, but we need more love in the world. There’s enough hate. So we look at pieces of art as a vehicle for peace, love, and understanding,” festival curator Joel Bernbaum said.