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Brit’s Picks Jan. 23 – 30

Winterruption Now – Jan. 26 Various Venues Winterruption is a five-day entertainment buffet designed to help shake off the winter blues. This year’s lineup includes comedians Ali Hassan and Steve Paterson, the interactive singing group Choir! Choir! Choir!, hometown soul singer Elsa Gebremichael who now performs as Wild Black and a presentation of Burnt Thicket […]

Brit’s Picks Dec. 19 – 26

Frosty The Snow Person         Friday – Dec. 23 The Refinery Embrace the wintry weather with the magical puppets of Wide Open Children’s Theatre. This is an original story written by James O’Shea about Frosty, a bookish snow person who’s sent on a mission to find the heart of winter. Along the way, Frosty must summon […]

Brit’s Picks Dec. 12 – 19

Luff Actually: A Rez Christmas Story             Now – Dec. 15 Broadway Theatre The crazy Kohkoms of Gordon Tootoosis Nīkānīwin Theatre’s Rez Christmas series are back this time, in Luff Actually. This is a much-loved series, written by Curtis Peeteetuce. Luff Actually has Clare, Zula and Sihkos planning a private holiday party and they don’t want […]

Brit’s Picks Dec. 5 – 12

The Fourth Wiseman             Friday – Dec. 22 Dancing Sky Theatre Meacham We all know the tale of the three wisemen off following the star but, what if there was another wiseman who got lost along the way. Dancing Sky Theatre is back with its holiday show, The Fourth Wiseman. This performance is a collective creation. […]

Brit’s Picks Nov. 14 – 21

Girl in the Box                      Thurs. – Nov. 24 The Refinery Inspired by true-crime podcasts comes a tale of the first woman to ever appear on the FBI’s Most Wanted List. Girl in the Box is the story of Ruth Eisemann-Schier a grad student who along with her boyfriend Gary Krist, was arrested for participating in […]

Dutcher brings passion for the past & vision of future to SSO stage

   The first time Saskatoon Symphony Orchestra’s executive director Mark Turner heard Jeremy Dutcher’s first album Wolastoqiyik Lintuwakonawa, he was fascinated. “It’s genius. Having taken the wax recordings from 100 years ago and using them as the foundation of new musical recordings, it’s music that will move you. It’s unbelievable.” In the Spring of 2018, […]