Saskatoon Live Theatre

Jan 12 to 14

The Resistible Rise of Arturo UiRawlco Radio Hall

Jan 25 to Feb 2

Peach presented by Live FiveThe Refinery Arts and Spirit Centre
Thursday to Saturday 8:00pm and Sunday 2:00pm

Jan 31 to Feb 14

ButcherRawlco Radio Hall

Feb 7 to 11

August, An Afternoon in the CountryStudio 914
In August, during a heat wave, a special dinner is being prepared to celebrate an upcoming wedding. But nothing is what it seems, and despite lazy, rambling conversations on the verandah and the comings and goings of a large household, cracks begin to appear and tensions mount, leading to a startling, explosive end to the afternoon. A taut family drama that chronicles the end of a way of life. Produced by La Troupe du Jour

Feb 7 to 17

The Beaux' StratagemGreystone Theatre (John Mitchell Building - U of S)
By George Farquhar, adapted by Thornton Wilder & Ken Ludwig. Directed by Julia Jamison. In this Thornton Wilder/Ken Ludwig adaptation of George Farquhar’s classic restoration comedy, The Beaux’ Stratagem, two rascally, fortune-hunting rogues more than meet their match as they encounter the vibrant characters of 18th century rural England. In order to find a wealthy heiress for at least one of them, they pose as master and servant – exchanging roles from one town to the next and engaging in one rollicking scheme after another.

Feb 24 to 25

"Paw Patrol Live!"Sid Buckwold Theatre

Feb 27 to Mar 4

Gabriel Dumont's Wild West ShowPersephone Theatre Rawlco Radio Hall
Written by Jean Marc Dalpé, David Granger, Laura Lussier, Alexis Martin, Andrea Menard, Yvette Nolan, Gilles Poulin-Denis, Paula-Jean Prudat, Mansel Robinson and Kenneth T. Williams During its time, Buffalo Bill’s Wild West Show was the most spectacular live event in the world. Saskatchewan’s Gabriel Dumont was one of his top attractions, billed as “The Hero of the Half-Breed Rebellion”. Dumont experience the power of the show and dreamed of creating his own version of the Wild West Show that would tell the story of the Métis in an equally spectacular way. 130 years later, that dream is now a reality. Presented by Persephone Theatre, La Troupe Du Jour, andGordon Tootoosis Nikaniwin Theatre.

Mar 8 to 16

boom by Peter Sinn NachtriebThe Refinery Arts and Spirit Centre
Thursday to Saturday 8:00pm and Sunday 2:00pm

Mar 8 to 16

PimatisiwinStudio 914
Written by Curtis Peeteetuce. Featuring the 2017 / 2018 Circle of Voices Youth. GTNT is featuring a collaboration with CHEP and Wanuskewin Heritage Park that will explore the themes and stories about our Indigenous connection to land and food. Presented by Gordon Tootoosis Nikaniwin Theatre.

Mar 21 to 31

Spirit WrestlerGreystone Theatre (John Mitchell Building - U of S)
By Greg Nelson. Directed by Carol Greyeyes. A people persecuted, dispossessed, dying from starvation and disease, looking for refuge – a place to live and worship in peace – looking to Canada for a miracle. Despite its parallels to the current refugee crisis, Spirit Wrestler is about the Doukhobors who fled Russia in the late 1800’s seeking religious freedom and a new life in Canada and Saskatchewan. It is the story of Nikolai, a young and idealistic Russian Doukhobor and his journey to selfhood. As he wrestles with personal and community dilemmas, he must choose between obedience to the vison of his religious leader and the truth in his heart and spirit. A beautiful, uplifting play about human struggle and enduring faith.

Mar 21 to Apr 4

OneginRawlco Radio Hall

Apr 12

The Illusionists Live From BroadwaySaskTel Centre

Apr 12 to 21

Home Is a Beautiful WordThe Broadway Theatre

Apr 23

"Peppa Pig Live"TCU Place

Apr 26 to May 4

Death of a Salesman presented by Live FiveThe Refinery Arts and Spirit Centre
Thursday to Saturday 8:00 p.m. and Sunday 2:00 p.m.

May 2 to 16

Pride and PrejudiceRawlco Radio Hall

May 9

Dirty Dancing - The Classic Story on StageSaskTel Centre @ 7:30pm

May 16 to 20

Cirque du Soleil: CrystalSaskTel Centre

June 29 to July 8

Saskatoon Summer Players presents AnniePersephone Theatre

Aug 2 to 11

PotashCorp Fringe Theatre FestivalBroadway District