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Brit’s Picks Oct. 31 – Nov. 7

Sylvia’s Halloween Howl


The Refinery

It’s time to get gussied up in your favourite costume and head out with the little ones for a howlin’ good time! Sylvia Chave has all kinds of musical surprises up her sleeve for this year’s Halloween Howl. Giant blow-ups, zany costumes and a great big singalong with the kids, you’d expect nothing less from a lady who’s signature colour is orange. You have two chances to catch the show today 10:30a.m. and 1:00p.m.. Tickets are $8 – $10.

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The Rocky Horror Picture Show


Broadway Theatre

Let’s do the Timewarp again! Who says all the dress-up fun is just for the kids? Halloween means it’s time for the time honoured tradition of singing, dancing and homemade props as Brad and Janet try to navigate their way through the strange and wonderful world of Dr. Frankenfurter. The Broadway Theatre does not allow rice or hotdogs but there will be prizes for the best dressed so don’t miss it. There are two screenings Halloween night tickets are $19.

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WROL (Without Rule of Law)

By Michaela JefferyConvinced the world at large can’t be trusted to adequately protect the well-being of adolescent girls in the event of an apocalypse (or just in general), a determined troupe of 8th grade ‘Doomers’ are committed to preparing for survival in the post-collapse society they anticipate inheriting. A darkly comic coming-of-age story for our complicated times.World Premiere October 30 to November 13, 2019 on the Main Stagetickets.persephonetheatre.org

Posted by Persephone Theatre on Monday, October 21, 2019

WROL (Without Rule of Law)            

Wed. – Nov. 13

Persephone Theatre

How would you prepare for the end of the world? A world premiere of Michaela Jeffery’s WROL (Without Rule of Law) is a dark comedy about a band of 8th grade student who are convinced the world is coming to an end and people can’t be trusted to protect them. They band together to do something in the face of impending doom. Tickets are $30-$56.

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Wide Open shrinks it’s puppet performance down for Balloonacy this weekend. (Wideopen.ca)


Fri. – Sun.

The Refinery

Who says puppet shows are just for the kids. Wide Open Children’s Theatre has developed a show that is still family friendly but with a new spin on its traditional shows. Balloonacy is a wordless Charlie Chaplin style puppet show about an old man, living alone who’s solo birthday celebration is interrupted by a playful red balloon. Wide Open continues to push their storytelling with this world build of minatures. Tickets are $12 – $17.

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The Bassment

A few stars of Saskatoon’s music scene are banding together to raise money for a good cause. Ellen Froese, Vesti Hanson, Lisa Unrau and Wilma Groenen are staging their annual Diva’s fundraiser for the Prairie Hospice Society. This show will be a rocking good time and all money raised will go towards helping people in our city who are facing the end of life. Tickets are $47.

Let your inner diva out and join in on the fun right here.


What's Your Favorite Fairytale?

TICKET GIVE AWAY!!!Tag a friend that you would take with you to the see Into the Woods, and you will be entered to win a pair of tickets to the show. Contest ends Monday, October 28th at noon.Into the Woods runs from November 6 – 10 at The Broadway Theatre.Tickets on sale now by visiting saskatoonsummerplayers.ca or calling 306.652.6556.See you there?

Posted by Saskatoon Summer Players on Saturday, October 26, 2019

Into the Woods                      

Nov. 6 – 10

Broadway Theatre

What happens after ‘Happily Ever After’? Thanks to Steven Sondheim, you don’t have to wonder. The Saskatoon Summer Players are getting ready to head Into the Woods. It’s the musical story of a Baker and his wife who long desperately for a child. An evil witch has cursed them and to break the spell, they have to gather items for her. Along their quest, they meet characters from the beloved Grimm fairy tales Cinderella, Little Red Riding Hood, Rapunzel and Jack and the Beanstalk. The music is wonderful and it leaves the audience to question whether there really is such a thing as a happy ending. I’ve included a clip from the movie version of the story to give you a little taste. Tickets are $24 – $34.

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