A cozy fire and intriguing stories await you under the stars at Dancing Sky Theatre. (photo provided)
Sept. 10 – 20 Meacham
Dancing Sky Theatre – Amphitheatre
Sept. 22 – 27 Saskatoon
Shakespeare on the Saskatchewan site
There’s nothing like sitting around a campfire on a warm fall evening. Dancing Sky Theatre is getting celebrating the beloved tradition of stories told around the fire with tales of people who’ve lived on the prairies through the ages. Storytellers will include Krystle Pederson, Elizabeth Nepjuk, Lancelot Knight and Folake Idris. You have a couple of chances to see these shows. The first is in Meacham at Dancing Sky Theatre’s new outdoor amphitheatre. The following week, the fires will be burning bright at the new Shakespeare on the Saskatchewan site. Tickets are $10 for the show only or for $25, you can get the show and a picnic basket prepared by Chef Ernie to enjoy by the fire.
This link will get you to the Saskatoon storytime.
WildDogs International Screendance Festival
Sat. & Sun.
Refinery Arts and Spirit Centre
It’s a high energy evening that celebrates short films featuring dance and movement performances from all over the globe. The first ever WildDogs International Screendance Festival is happening in three cities; Calgary, Saskatoon and Honolulu. It is a chance to sit back and marvel at the beauty these artists can create with their bodies and their cameras. Masks are required for the in-person festival and although tickets are free, you need to lock them down online so the organizers can make sure proper physical distancing happens. If you can’t make it this weekend, there will be an online screening Sunday.
Drag Me to the Drive-In happens this weekend in Saskatoon. (Facebook)
Drag Me to the Drive-In
Lakewood Civic Centre
Hot on the heels of Canada’s Drag Race sweeping the country, Saskatoon’s drag community has banded together to WERK. Drag Me to the Drive-In is a showcase of local performers like Rainbow Dynasty, Mia Beretta and Stony Mac. They’ll be glammed up and ready to perform in 3 separate shows 3:00p.m., 5:00p.m. and 7:00p.m.. If you can’t come in a car for the drive-in show, there is a limited amount of distanced seating available. All tickets have to be purchased in advance $10 for 1-3 people, $15 for a group of 4-6.
They’ve been keeping us entertained throughout the pandemic and killed those isolation blues with incredible performances. Saskatoon’s favourite performers like Annika Tupper, Kevin Body and Gwenda MacPherson will take the stage once again at Somewhere Else Pub & Grill. This is the perfect evening to celebrate musical theatre and cheer on these performers. You’re asked to wear a mask to this show, tickets are $12.