The Merry Wives of Windsor

Jul 4, 2018 - Aug 7, 2018
Come play with Mistresses Ford and Page as they outwit and humiliate the disreputable and loveable Falstaff, and have some fun with Mr. Ford as well. Feigned lechery and jealousy fuel the fires of this lightning quick comedy that also features the comical antics of a pair of would-be suitors for the hand of the lovely Anne Page. Fast paced and wonderfully nutty, this is a summer hit waiting to happen! Directed by Greg Ochitwa Set & Lighting Design David Granger Costume Design: Carla Orosz
 

Hamlet

Jul 5, 2018 - Aug 11, 2018
The Bard’s most loved and meticulously crafted tragedy of a royal house in complete disarray – something is indeed rotten in the state of Denmark. Ghosts spur along Hamlet as an uncle plots his murder while Ophelia is driven into madness and despair. Poison is the weapon that spells demise at the end of this heart wrenching tale not to be missed on a warm summer night in downtown Saskatoon! Directed by: Kelli Fox Set and Lighting Designer: David Granger Costume Designer: Beverley Kobelsky Composer and Sound Designer: Gilles Zolty
 

2018 Main Stage Season Subscription

Mainstage subscription available until July 31, 2018
Purchasing this event will give you ticket codes for both of our performances on the Affinity Credit Union Mainstage: Hamlet and The Merry Wives of Windsor. Once these are emailed to you, you may select a performance and your seats at that time.
 

2018 Three Show Subscription

Three-Show subscription available until July 31, 2018
Purchasing this event will give you ticket codes for all our productions this season: Hamlet, The Merry Wives of Windsor, and Titus A. puppet revenge. Once these are emailed to you, you may select a performance and your seats at that time. We have not included youth pricing for this subscription as we strongly recommend that audience members for Titus A. puppet revenge be aged 16 and up due to the graphic violence, sexual violence and sexual content of the script and production.
 

Cry Havoc!

Tuesday, July 10, 2018 - 7:30 PM
Cry Havoc! After overcoming two years of paralysis and six years in the Army, while battling PTSD, Stephan Wolfert met William Shakespeare on a train. Twenty years later, using Shakespeare’s timeless words, Stephan Wolfert rides that train again. This time, leading the audience on an interactive journey through Shakespeare and his veterans. Wolfert suggests: Men and women are tested and trained before entering the military. While in the military, men and women are tested and trained for combat. Tested to ensure "combat readiness" and trained to harness their "Berzerker-energy." After years of service, after years of testing and training for combat, after combat (for 3 of 5), there is no testing or training to leave military service. No testing to ensure "NON-combat readiness." No training to eliminate the Berzerker. Leaving the veteran and their Berzerker alone asking: "Now what?" Shakespeare wrote about the relationships between veterans, politicians and civilians. He wrote how these relationships can either prevent or create havoc. Cry Havoc is a one- person play that unites veterans and non-veterans, explores the difficulties that our veterans and their families face, so that we may help them eliminate the Berzerker. Will & War, part one: Cry ‘Havoc!’ Directed by Eric Tucker Written and performed by Stephan Wolfert With material by William Shakespeare
 

Titus A. puppet revenge

Jul 12, 2018 - Aug 19, 2018
Puppets will tell the story of the most violent and bloody tragedy ever performed at our festival. Dismemberment, disembowelment and cannibalism will all play out with an amazing set of carefully crafted rod puppets in a small tent tucked into a corner on our site. Come immerse yourself in this delightfully disturbing romp for mature audiences… will you watch it all or will you have to look away? Directed by Will Brooks. In partnership with Stumped Productions. Set & Lighting Design: David Granger Costume Design: Beverley Kobelsky **Note** Due to the detailed nature of puppets etc., audience members with vision impairment may want to bring opera glasses or similar visual aid. ***Content Warning - Recommended for ages 16 and up*** ***Trigger warning: violence, sexual violence, mutilation, and sexual content***


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Shakespeare on the Saskatchewan Festival
Saskatoon, SK S7K 3H6

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