Looking for a place to host your holiday/Christmas party?

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Looking for a place to host your holiday/Christmas party? Come visit us at La Troupe du Jour to see if our venue is right for you!

We are more than just a theatre company, we have a beautiful multi-functional building great for hosting parties, meetings and events!

We have a fully equipped kitchen at your disposal as well as ample free parking around the building.

Located at 914 20th St. W Saskatoon

Call us at (306) 244-1040 for rental rates and inquiries

Globe Theatre - Company Manager Recruitment

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Ruth Smillie, Artistic Director 1801 Scarth Street, Regina, SK S4P 2G9 p 306.525.9553 f 306.352.4194 e onstage@globetheatrelive.com www.globetheatrelive.com

Globe Theatre is looking for a Company Manager to oversee and support all artists who are contracted by the Globe Theatre, Globe Theatre is Saskatchewan’s largest performing arts organization with an annual operating budget of $4.2 million. Located in the historic Prince Edward Building in downtown Regina, Globe Theatre is Canada’s only permanent theatre-in-the-round. The theatre presents a six-seven main stage series as well as a second stage series that showcases new work and emerging artists. Globe Theatre School offers multi-disciplinary theatre classes for children, teens and adults, a professional actor training program and apprenticeships. Globe encourages a team-oriented environment where the efforts of all employees are focused on supporting the art. The individual in this position must enjoy working collaboratively. In addition to having superior interpersonal, time management, communication, project coordination, and problem-solving skills, the Theatre expects the Company Manager to:

• Coordinate and schedule all auditions

• Draft, distribute and receive contracts according to CAEA, ADC, PGC and AFM agreements.

• Update our website with cast and creative team information

• Plan, coordinate and oversee all travel and accommodations needs for all visiting artists which includes preparing/maintaining timelines and budgets

• Solicit photos and bios from all artists and “proof” the bios for accuracy • Problem solve and troubleshoot the needs of all artists, which may occur outside of business hours including evenings, weekends and public holidays

•• Provide various administrative support for the shows on both the Main Stage and Shumiatcher Sandbox series • Maintain the artist database

• Coordinate any touring productions, traveling with the production as the artists main contact, and liaison to the various venues

• Oversee the apartments leased by the Globe Theatre for use by the artists.

Any prior experience with negotiating contracts will be considered an asset. Globe offers a competitive salary and benefits package including employer contributed RRSP. The Company Manager is a Full Time Position. Interested individuals should email a letter of interest, resume and references to: Steven Balkwill, Director of Production E-mail: careers@globetheatrelive.com This posting will close on November 19, 2017 We thank all candidates for their submissions though only individuals selected for an interview will be contacted by the Theatre.

Money Management- Fraud Controls for Professional Not For Profit Organizations

Saskatchewan Association of Theatre Professionals presents as a part of their Propeller Series

Money Management- Fraud Controls for Professional Not For Profit Organizations

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Think differently and explore through a series of events designed to provide valuable insight on important topics for not for profit organizations and professional artists. Propel your career and not for profit organization further with this event.

 Engaging professional arts organizations by remembering you might be at risk of fraud. Learn from the professional and discuss the key internal controls that you should have in place. Explore the fraud triangle and indications that it may be happening in your organization. Facilitator: Tennille Wild, CPA, CA from Virtus Group provides the expertise needed to keep your organization in check.

 Money Management- Fraud Controls for Professional Not For Profit Organizations

Location: Regina Virtus Offices Suite 200 - 2208 Scarth Street Regina, Time: 2 – 3:30pm Facilitator: Tennille Wild, CPA, CA

 This event will also in Saskatoon March 5, 2018 with Facilitator: Facilitator Breanna MacEwan, CPA, CA of Saskatoon Virtus Group.

Tickets available only through EventBrite

https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/satps-money-management-fraud-controls-for-professional-nfp-organizations-tickets-39456491428?aff=es2 

Members cost: no charge
Non- Members: $10 at the door

Overhear Saskatoon, an outdoor interactive theatre experience 

Dearest SATP members,
We are pleased to personally invite you to It's Not a Box Theatre's third production of Overhear Saskatoon, an outdoor interactive theatre experience and our most ambitious project to date. Since last year, we have gone international, with separate productions scheduled for Vancouver, Toronto, and Paris shortly after our run. This year we have curated stories about home from each city's respective indigenous and newcomer communities, casting storytellers from said communities as well – artist and non-artist alike. We have also developed a smartphone app which will be used to experience the show and in 2018 will offer an augmented-reality landscape for anyone in the world to share their own stories.

This is a radical on-going experiment in theatre, storytelling, and digital media – and it is growing. We believe great art and stories exist everywhere, which is why we are inviting professionals and community-builders like you to support us. We would love to invite you as an audience member and hear your feedback.

The show runs Oct 25-29th & Nov 1-5th @ 6:00 + 8:00, except Sunday matinees @ 2:00 & 4:00.

Tickets are EXTREMELY LIMITED as performances are designed for one audience member at a time (we can only fit 6 per day!), so please book now!

If you can't make it, please support our crowdfunding campaign or share it with friends and family so we can pay our artists, designers, and developers for all their hard work, present and future. Remember this is more than just a performance – it's a platform.

Thank you,
Torien Cafferata
Artistic Director
It's Not a Box Theatre
(306) 241-3089www.facebook.com/itsxabox

Globe Theatre's professional development workshop through START UP program

Globe Theatre is holding some professional development workshops as part of our START UP program.

START UP | WEEKEND INTENSIVES This year, Globe Theatre invites all interested artists to explore their creative capacities through THREE unique weekend intensives. • Investigate new techniques: Voice, Character Mask & Strategies for Devising! • Grow your practice with the support of renowned Canadian Guest Artist Instructors. • Gain professional development and build your experience and your CV.

VOICE TRAINING
With Cathy MacKinnon Join Cathy MacKinnon for a weekend dedicated to the wonder of your voice. Ground yourself in the fundamentals of voice practice for theatre. Learn new tools, prompts, and tricks of the trade and get acquainted (or re-acquainted) with your immense capacity to express yourself! This workshop is perfect for emerging or established artists. With

CHARACTER HALF MASK
Perry Schneiderman Immerse yourself in the imaginative and exploratory practice of Half Mask. Explore the universe of characters that live within you. Let your impulses reign free as you embody yet to be discovered aspects of your inner self through this weekend of play. This workshop is ideal for emerging and established artists.

STRATEGIES FOR DEVISING, CREATING, AND MAKING
With Allyson McMackon Are you interested in creating your own performance work? Enliven your studio practice with new tools for making and creating. Ignite your imagination through exercises for breath, body, and imagination and generate material towards your dream project. This weekend intensive is a refreshing plunge into your creative potential. This workshop is suitable for emerging and established artists. 

For more details book by calling the Box Office at 306.525.6400 or 1.866.954.5623.

Winner of our membership prize package!

Thank you to all of our new members and those who renewed their membership before October 10th. Thank you to our prize sponsors Globe Theatre, Dance Saskatchewan and RuBarb Productions!

SATP's membership prize package winner goes to Torien Cafferata! Congratulations expect your prize package in the mail shortly!

SATP New Programs for Theatre Professionals & Theatre Organizations

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE September 20, 2017

NEW PROGRAMS FOR THEATRE PROFESSIONALS & THEATRE ORGANIZATIONS

With Saskatchewan Association of Theatre Professionals

Saskatoon, SK, September 20, 2017– Today Saskatchewan Association of Theatre Professionals, Executive Director, Colleen Ostoforoff announced new programs for theatre professionals and live performing arts community.

“I am excited to announce three new different programs with Saskatchewan Association Theatre Professionals. Saskatchewan’s theatre community has been incredibly supportive as SATP develops new creative programming that will benefit not only our emerging but seasoned theatre professionals. SATP’s membership shared what their needs are and we listened. SATP supports the development and growth of our artists working in theatre in our province.”

Our first program is The Propeller Series.  “In order to move forward in our careers, we need to propel, move forward like an airplane with help from outside sources,” Colleen explained. “The Propeller Series is just that! Think differently and explore through a series of events designed to provide valuable insight on important topics for not for profit organizations and professional artists in theatre and live performing arts sectors.”

Featured in The Propeller Series are five different events. Healthy Artist Talks Series is a unique series of approaches to developing the human potential is important for not only our professional development in our careers, but for long term appreciation and understanding how being a healthy artist affects our everyday life. Each year the Healthy Artist Talks series will take on different mini-workshop sessions to continue to develop our professional artists and administrators. This year, the Healthy Artist Talks Series will feature two mini-talks being Dangerous Decibels in Arts Spaces & Healthy Lifestyle Movement Class for Artists & Administrators.

Dangerous Decibels in Arts Spaces - Of the roughly 40 million Americans suffering from hearing loss, 10 million can be attributed to noise-induced hearing loss (NIHL). NIHL can be caused by a one-time exposure to loud sound as well as by repeated exposure to sounds at various loudness levels over an extended period of time. NIHL is probably the most common occupational hazard facing people today.

Being an artist is demanding and can play a toll on our health. Performers and administrators in theatre and live performing arts are concerned about their hearing. When it comes to hearing it is important to know and learn how your hearing changes as you age and why it is important to be tested, when should you be tested and what is involved. Learn how to significantly reduce your exposure to hearing loss and tinnitus in the workplace and about prevention of noise-induced hearing loss. Learn more about your hearing with a qualified registered audiologist from a dedicated team of hearing instrument practitioners.

Healthy Lifestyle Movement Class for Artists & Administrators - SATP believes movement is important as it equals longevity and our expansive space promotes movement. Effective movement brings awareness and efficiency into our ordinary movements of sitting, standing and walking. As we facilitate a shift in posture that allows the body to find an effortless upright structure we learn applications that brings exercises for self-care and professional development.

Collaborating with Sum Theatre Saskatoon, SATP offers a hands-on workshop talk to improve your strength, cardiovascular capacity, mobility, and agility in an environment that will keep you coming back for more. Learn how to effortlessly move on stage, in the office and in your home.

Money Management - Fraud Controls for Professional Not For Profit Organizations - Engaging professional arts organizations by remembering you might be at risk of fraud. Learn from the professional and discuss the key internal controls that you should have in place. Explore the fraud triangle and indications that it may be happening in your organization. Guest speaker Brian Heinrichs, CPA, CA Partner, Assurance & Advisory from Virtus Group will provide the expertise needed to keep your organization in check.

Agents of Change Networking Sessions featuring two networking events in Regina & Saskatoon. Seasoned professionals and theatre professionals with not as much experience can join together to talk, network and ask each other questions. A change agent is anyone who helps an organization transform by improving business processes and interpersonal interactions and this networking opportunity is exactly that opportunity for all performing arts organizations and professional theatre artists that would like to engage with the community.

Networking provides a spinning chance for emerging and seasoned professionals to talk, ask questions and propel their careers to the next level. Do you have a burning question to ask one of SATP’s seasoned professionals? Join us in Regina or Saskatoon at one of our Agents of Change Networking Sessions.

SATP’s second program features a 2-day workshop called: You've Got This! A Practical Guide for Canadian Artists and Arts Managers. Explore additional fundamentals not taught formally through our educational institutions. Presenters are: Laura Adlers and Hannah Burgé Luviano.

Saskatchewan Association of Theatre Professionals supports the development, creative practices & production of Saskatchewan’s theatre professionals.

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If you would like more information about one of these programs, please contact Colleen Ostoforoff at 306.361.2312 or email at sask.theatre@gmail.com.

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Spark Theatre launches its second season

Spark Theatre aims to produce new and existing work that entertains, provokes thought and ignites dialogue. Rooted in the unique composition and needs of our community, Spark Theatre is committed to enhancing the artistic fabric of our region, embracing works and artists that will expand our horizons. Last year over 600 people enjoyed Agatha Christie's And Then There Were None with us. Over 1,100 people attended Tomson Highway's Rez Sisters (plus our educational matinee sold out to another 600 students), and Even Ensler's The Vagina Monologues was held over for two additional performances due to popular demand, entertaining over 400 people in the Mann Art Gallery! With all of that helping build our reputation for live theatre, we are pleased to present our second season!

Macbeth by William Shakespeare Directed & Adapted by Roxanne Dicke Following the downfall of modern civilization, Macbeth, a brave Scottish general, receives a prophecy from a trio of witches that one day he will become King of Scotland. Consumed by ambition and spurred to action by his wife, Macbeth murders King Duncan and takes the post-apocalyptic throne for himself. Wracked with guilt and paranoia, Macbeth is forced to continue his murderous rampage to protect himself from enmity and suspicion. The bloodbath and consequent civil war swiftly take Macbeth and Lady Macbeth into the realms of madness and death. This production has been set in a theoretical, post-apocalyptic future. In addition to a cast of over twenty local performers, we have also hired two professional actors and fight directors to add grit and gut to the battle scenes, which are sure to impress. Tickets: $32/Adults $28/Seniors $20/Students October 19th to 21st , 2017 | Doors Open 7pm | Curtain 7:30pm at the E.A. Rawlinson Centre for the Arts

Marg Szkaluba (Pissy's Wife) by Ron Chambers directed by Ian Dickson, presented in partnership with the Mann Art Gallery This one-woman show follows the trials of a farmer's wife escaping an abusive marriage to find new life as a country singer in small town bars. Includes the support of a live band! Tickets: $25/person May 3 rd to 5 th , 2018 | Doors Open 7pm | Curtain 7:30pm at the Mann Art Gallery

www.princealbertspark.com       sparktheatrepa@gmail.com

Don't forget to renew your membership for 2017 / 2018

Hello Members!
This is a quick reminder that your 2017-2018 SATP membership has now expired. Not sure how you fit in? Saskatchewan’s professional theatres are vital for our communities.

Last year, your membership helped SATP strengthen and create a positive impact by building:

·        Successful advocacy initiatives with the creative industry sector in Saskatchewan and Canada;
·        Reinforcing relationships with national service and theatre organizations;
·        And a creation of a new agreement with Creative Saskatchewan to receive official operational support as the 7th industry association from the agency. This funding will allow us to explore more opportunities with all professional live performing artists to collaborate and create multi-disciplinary art worthy of national dissemination.

This year, we hope to accomplish even more. We are looking at new, innovative and valuable opportunities for our members. We have some great new programs we will announce very soon!

We couldn’t do it without our founding members just like you! Please join our organization for another successful year by renewing your membership today.  You can submit your application and payment on our member portal at: https://sasktheatreprofessionals.ca/membership/ .

If you have any questions about the renewal process, please don’t hesitate to contact me at 306-361-2312 or satpexecutivedirector@gmail.com. As always, we thank you for your continued dedication to growing our organization. Please find enclosed some business cards to pass along to other professional associates. We look forward to serving you for another year!

Sincerely,
Colleen Ostoforoff, Executive Director