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Brit’s Picks April 26 – May 3

Brit’s Picks April 26 – May 3

Timeless Classic         Thurs. – May 6


Arthur Miller’s Pulitzer Prize winning play Death Of A Salesman is being brought to life as the final play in Live Five’s 2017/2018 season. The show centers around Willy Loman who has always dreamed of success but falls short. Facing debt, a failing career and pressures from his family, he’s looking for a way out. He wants his children to achieve the American dream he missed out on. It’s known as one of the greatest plays of the 20th Century and now thanks to Theatre Naught, you can see it live. There are special before and after show audience discussions scheduled, tickets are $21 – $25.

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The improv troupe is suiting up for laughs and it’s all for a good cause. (Facebook)

Hero Hilarity        Friday

Broadway Theatre

Saskatoon’s favourite improv troupe is back at it and they are channeling the top superheros to do it. The Saskatoon Soaps are presenting Revengers: Improvity War. It’s a play on the soon-to-be blockbuster Avengers: Infinity War, the latest movie in the Marvel universe which opens this weekend. This show is heroic for other reasons as well. All money raised from the performance will go straight to STARS Air Ambulance in honour of the first responders who helped so many after the Humboldt Broncos bus crash. Tickets are $10 – $12.

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Country Strong        Friday

SaskTel Centre

The Humboldt Broncos bus crash led to an outpouring of emotional and financial support from the whole country. Here in Saskatoon it’s hard to go through your day without coming across someone that wasn’t personally affected by the accident. It’s a small world and that’s why the Canadian country music community is banding together to do what it can to help out. The Country Thunder Music Festivals Foundation is partnering with musicians like Jess Moskaluke, Brett Kissel, Gord Bamford and Chad Brownlee to stage a benefit concert to support the 29 families who are dealing with the aftermath of the crash. There are still a few tickets available for the show and all the profits are going directly to the families. Tickets are all $65.

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Masters of Music         Saturday

Victory Church of Saskatoon

It’s a celebration of a lifetime of memorable music and hit musicals. Leonard Bernstein would have been 100 years old this year and to celebrate the Saskatoon Concert Band is celebrating his catalogue of hits. Songs from productions like Candide, West Side Story and the Dick Tracy soundtrack will be featured. The Saskatoon Concert Band is some of this province’s most talented musicians and it’s going to be a lovely evening. Tickets are $10 – $20.

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Love Songs         Sunday

Grosvenor Park United Church

Songs of love, hope and perseverance will ring through Grosvenor Park United Church this weekend at the Kids of Note and The Notations Spring concert. This is an integrated choir for kids with and without disabilities and it’s pure magic to watch them perform. This year’s show We Shall Overcome: Old Songs For A New World will feature music by the choirs the house band and special guest musicians, vocal jazz ensemble Solstice. Tickets are only $10.

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Britainy Zapshalla With more than 15 years as an arts reporter at CBC Radio-Canada under her belt, Britainy Zapshalla considers herself not only an expert but also a die hard fan of Saskatchewan’s entertainment scene. She’s a regular contributor to CTV Morning Live in Saskatoon and loves to help people plan their weekends with Brit’s Picks.


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