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Hedda Gabler at Remai Arts Centre
produced by Persephone Theatre. Visit persephonetheatre.org. $23-$38.
Sep 17 - Oct 5
Reasons to be Pretty at The Refinery
produced by Fire in the Hole Productions / Live Five. Call 306-653-5191. $20-$23.
Sep 25 - Oct 5

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

Inside Hedda’s HeadNathan Raine

Published Thursday September 18, 05:53 pm
Well after 100 years, this iconic character is as relevant as she’s ever been
HEDDA GABLERRuns to Oct. 5Persephone TheatreIt's 1902 and Hedda Gabler is making its English-language debut in New York. After opening night, one critic writes of the title character: “Degenerate, selfish, morbid, cruel, bitter, jealous, something of a visionary, something of a lunatic.&rd

Making Things WriteStephen LaRose

Published Thursday September 18, 05:55 pm
Dave Margoshes’ protagonist has become stuck over time
Meet Zan Wiseman: communist, atheist (or Jewish — depending on the month), married and divorced four times, pushing his 80s. When Dave Margoshes’ latest novel Wiseman’s Wager (Coteau Books) opens, he’s reviewing the wreckage of his life, with the aid of a psychiatrist, in Cal

Zap! Pow! II: The Revenge!Chris Morin

Published Thursday September 18, 06:01 pm
Saskatoon Comic and Entertainment Expo gears up for its sophomore show
SASKATOON COMIC AND ENTERTAINMENT EXPOSept. 21-22Prairieland ParkIt’s been just under a year since the inaugural event but fans are already getting excited for the return of the Saskatoon Comic and Entertainment Expo, a comicon-style event that brings stars, cosplayers and fans of all things s

Action Through ArtNathan Raine

Published Thursday September 18, 06:03 pm
REDress provides a haunting commentary on a national disgrace
REDRESSRuns to Oct. 6U of S campusLast year, the RCMP revealed that there have been 1,181 missing or murdered aboriginal women since 1980 – 1,017 of those being confirmed homicide victims, and 225 being unsolved cases (as of November 2013).Yet Prime Minister Stephen Harper has stated that crim

Vibrant VisualBart Gazzola

Published Thursday September 18, 07:20 pm
Fall promises to be an exciting time for Saskatoon’s art scene
It will be a vibrant season for visual arts in Saskatoon. There’s new events (Nuit Blanch Saskatoon), historic milestones exploring who / where we are (Modern Visions), and others that address regional and national histories (the 1812 monument Spirit of Alliance and Stronger than Stone). Let u