Please Note: All information is subject to change.
The Inspection House
(45 min. - all ages)
Tuesday May 21st at 7:00pm
Written and directed by Luther College High School Drama students, this one act play examines the nature of youth, emotion, and the mind during a year in
the lives of patients inside an early twentieth century asylum. Created with Kris Dueck by Brianna Bates, Sarah Bergbusch, Jaida Beaudin-Herney,
Callum Burns, Nathanael Bergbusch, Jon Caufield, Aiden Foley, Simon Ouellete, Emily Pletz, Tianna Savage, Joe Siu, and Daniel Whittle.
Combat Improv Ensemble
Tuesday May 21st at 8:30pm
Funny, irreverent and random, members of Regina's longest running monthly Improv show present a slice of their best before breaking for
summer. Combat Improv's 7th season begins next fall at the Artesian.
In Its Time
(30 min. - all ages)
Wednesday May 22nd at 7:00pm
Created and performed by the Globe Theatre School's Evolution Ensemble under the direction of Colby Richardson with choreography by Johanna
Bundon. Taking inspiration from mid-century Science Fiction, these 7 young actors ages 14-16, Alixx Davidson, Katie Abramovic, Keaton Girous-Willimont,
Sierra Haynes, Emily Jones, Zoe Sellinger, and Ethan Williams re-imagine and recreate childhood memories.
Cowboy Chorale with the Mitchell Boys
(1 hour - all ages)
Wednesday May 22nd at 9:00pm
Joule Thallman and Ken Mitchell ride into Cathedral tonight to perform their fiery, funny take on the prairie frontier, featuring folk songs and poems
from the Missouri Coteau and the great southwest.
An Evening of Paranormal Activity
. Seating is limited)
Wednesday May 22nd at 11:00pm
An Evening of Paranormal Activity led by the host of TV's "The Other Side" (www.theothersidetv.ca
) and seance expert Jeff Richards. Jeff has been called "the most
controversial mentalist in Canada" by the National Post - thanks to his work in the paranormal and seances conducted in some of Canada's most haunted locations. This event
will feature a look at mediumship and seance practices through history. Attendees will also be shown how to use their intuition to communicate with spirits. The night will
conclude with an attempt at making contact with any spirits that may be present.
This event is not for the faint of heart as a genuine attempt at communication with the dead will take place.
Seating is limited and attendance is restricted to those 18 years of age and older.
Prairie Sky School Performances
(90 min. - all ages)
St.Mary's Anglican Church
Thursday May 23rd at 6:00pm
The kindergarten class will take you on a magical journey through the seasons where you can watch Flower Mother's victory over Dry Wind and
witness the kindergarten at play with fun games, flowers and puppets. The Flower Mother is adapted from Mary Calhoun's classic book. The second
play will be a celebration of our diversity as we delve into our own roots and discover life lessons that give us wings to face our colourful
world. The story and songs performed are adapted from Celebrate the Differences by Michael and Jill Gallina.