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July 10-23
VOL.12 ISSUE. 23
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The Pied Piper at Various Locations
produced by Sum Theatre. At President Murray Park, Thursday 10; GD Archibald Park, Friday 11; Rotary and Churchill Parks, Sunday 13; Alexander MacGillvary Park, Monday 14; Les Kerr Park, Tuesday 15; James Anderson Park, Wednesday 16; Pleasant Hill Park, Thursday 17; Wilson Park, Friday 18; Robert Hunter Park West and Buena Vista Park, Sunday 20; HS Sears Park, Monday 21; surprise parks Tuesday 22-Wednesday 23. Visit sumtheatre.com. Free.
Jul 4 - Jul 23
The Taming of the Shrew at Shakespeare on the Saskatchewan
produced by Shakespeare on the Saskatchewan. Call 306-652-9100. $10-$34.
Jul 9 - Aug 24
Romeo & Juliet at Shakespeare on the Saskatchewan
produced by Shakespeare on the Saskatchewan. Call 306-652-9100. $10-$34.
Jul 10 - Aug 23
FLoYD Youth Theatre Festival at The Refinery
short plays. Tickets at ontheboards.ca. $13.
Jul 23 - Jul 26

Venues

Art Placement
228 3rd Ave South
Make Work Projects
226 A & 226 B Avenue C South
Remai Arts Centre
100 Spadian Crescent East
Saskatoon, SK
SCYAP Art Centre & Gallery
253 3rd Ave S
The Stall Gallery
The Two Twenty, 220 20th St W
Ukrainian Museum of Canada
910 SPADINA CRES E
Unreal City
139 2nd Ave N

Arts

Sound WorkBart Gazzola

Published Thursday July 10, 06:43 pm
An absolutely unique art festival enters its fourth year
SOUNDS LIKE AUDIO ART FESTIVALJuly 24-26Various locationsIn the last Planet S Readers’ Poll, Sounds Like III Audio Art Festival was acclaimed the best exhibition of 2013: as one of many involved, that pleased me greatly. The risks we took (and the exhaustion incurred) in bringing in audio arti

Rats In The Parks!Chris Morin

Published Thursday July 10, 06:52 pm
Sum Theatre continues to make brilliant theatre in the open air
THE PIED PIPERRuns to Wednesday 23Various locationsAt the end of every show of his Theatre in the Park series, artistic director Joel Bernbaum gives the same speech. In his booming voice, he asks you to look around and meet someone you’ve never met before. At a recent Sunday matinee performanc