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If you love sitting back in a darkened theater waiting to be transported into other worlds, the theater scene in Saskatchewan will enchant you because live performance is thriving here. For theater fans, that means you have the opportunity to see classics, as well as cutting-edge contemporary works no matter what region you are visiting.
Saskatchewan's largest standing professional theater company calls The Globe Theatre in Regina home. It has an excellent reputation for featuring local artists, as well as hosting well-reviewed touring productions. Audience members here have the somewhat rare opportunity to experience true theater-in-the-round for every production.
Saskatoon's Persephone Theatre offers audiences modern plays and musicals, new productions and kids programs. Situated at River Landing's Remai Arts Centre on the South Saskatchewan River, the Persephone puts up a dozen shows every year, including pieces by local playwrights.
The E.A. Rawlinson Centre for the Arts welcomes art lovers to the Mann Art Gallery and fans of live events to the Diefenbaker Theatre. The Diefenbaker is a state-of-the-art 600-seat facility that holds more than 250 events every year, including premier local entertainment, international tours and community events.
As the largest city in Saskatchewan, Saskatoon offers a wide variety of cultural activities. The historic Broadway Theatre south of downtown gives its visitors the chance to see repertory movies, concerts, and live theatre performances.
In addition to film, the theatre features school plays and hosts the Broadway Comedy-Busking Festival, the Saskatoon Fringe Festival, the Flicks International Children's Film Festival and the Saskatoon Soaps Improvisational Theatre Troupe.