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Brit’s Picks May 16 – 23

Brit’s Picks May 16 – 23
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Jenn Grant        Thursday

The Bassment

Halifax’s Jenn Grant is back out on the road in support of her latest album Love, Inevitable which will be released at the end of May. The singer-songwriter has been nominated for a Juno and has taken home several East Coast Music Awards. She’s collaborated with other Canadian heavyweights like Ron Sexsmith and Jill Barber and this show is set to be a beautiful evening of music. Tickets are $28 – $38.

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Trevor Wingerter and Madison McLean star in the Fireside Singers production of Evita. (Facebook)

Evita           Thursday

TCU Place

The best voices in town will be on stage to bring you the Tony Award-Winning musical Evita. You still have one more chance to see all the magic on stage. Evita centers around the story of Eva Peron a woman who rose from poverty to become the first lady of Argentina. This is a huge production with over 75 actors, singers, dancers and musicians. Tickets are $44 and they are going fast.

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Born Again Crow              Thurs. – Sun.

The Refinery

A violent encounter and pressures from the outside world lead a woman to seek refuge in her own backyard with the neighbourhood crows. But things take a dangerous turn when the birds talk back. Born Again Crow is the final show of the Live Five Independent Theatre season. This is a show that combines a supernatural tale with live experimental music by Sacha Crow. Tickets are $22 – $25.

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Saskatoon’s Mini Fridge Theatre takes on the best of French farce with The Boor Hug and Mixed Doubles. (Facebook)

French Farce         Thurs. – Sun.

Saskatoon German Cultural Centre

French food and an evening of laughter all under one roof. Saskatoon’s Mini Fridge Theatre presents The Boor Hug and Mixed Doubles this weekend. The two plays are farces written by celebrated playwright Georges Feydeau. One story centers around a man who needs some help finding a wealthy wife and is continually tripped up by his manservant. The second show follows two high society ladies who arrive at an upscale restaurant where they find an over enthusiastic maitre d’ and his wife. Tickets are $40 for the matinée and $50 for evening performances.

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Passa Passa           Sunday

Coors Event Centre

The folks at Sask Dancehall are heating up your Sunday with a May long weekend party that’s sure to get you grooving. Passa Passa Snapback edition will have the Coors Event Centre vibin’ along to music by DJ Patcha Gold, DJ Heywood and DJ Scott Turner. There will be Caribbean food to keep your energy up. Dance the night away for $10 – $12.

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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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