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February 4-17
VOL.14 ISSUE. 12
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SHADOWS OF A DANCING MOON at Studio 914
Presented by La Troupe du Jour this French-language play by David Grainger is inspired by his Saskatchewan grandfather's WWII stint as a boxer who entertained troops overseas. English surtitles available except for the Sunday matinees. See latroupedujour.ca.
Feb 4 - Feb 4
SHADOWS OF A DANCING MOON at Studio 914
Presented by La Troupe du Jour this French-language play by David Grainger is inspired by his Saskatchewan grandfather's WWII stint as a boxer who entertained troops overseas. English surtitles available except for the Sunday matinees. See latroupedujour.ca.
Feb 5 - Feb 5
SHADOWS OF A DANCING MOON at Studio 914
Presented by La Troupe du Jour this French-language play by David Grainger is inspired by his Saskatchewan grandfather's WWII stint as a boxer who entertained troops overseas. English surtitles available except for the Sunday matinees. See latroupedujour.ca.
Feb 6 - Feb 6
SHADOWS OF A DANCING MOON at Studio 914
Presented by La Troupe du Jour this French-language play by David Grainger is inspired by his Saskatchewan grandfather's WWII stint as a boxer who entertained troops overseas. English surtitles available except for the Sunday matinees. See latroupedujour.ca.
Feb 7 - Feb 7

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
Saskatoon Symphony Orchestra Office & Rehearsal Hall
408 20th St W
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

Brooklyn’s FinestJorge Ignacio Castillo

Published Thursday February 4, 08:38 pm
Saoirse Ronan makes acting and interviews seem easy
BrooklynRoxy TheatrePeriod dramas aren’t the most fashionable subgenre anymore but they can still deliver a powerful experience. Brooklyn succeeds at this, partly thanks to a powerhouse performance by Saoirse Ronan, as well as Nick Hornby’s mighty pen and the timelessness of the immigran

The Face Of HorrorJorge Ignacio Castillo

Published Thursday February 4, 08:41 pm
Son Of Saul gets up close and personal with Auschwitz
Son of SaulRoxy Theatre3.5 out of 5The Holocaust is a horrible historical event of incredible magnitude. Something this big doesn’t just inspire a lot of stories; it also encourages a lot of different storytelling approaches.The Oscar-nominated Son of Saul employs a particularly potent one tha

Dead And Loving ItJorge Ignacio Castillo

Published Thursday February 4, 08:43 pm
Somehow this Jane Austen/zombie mash-up isn’t terrible
Pride and Prejudice and ZombiesOpens February 53 out of 5These are dark days for the zombie fans. Brain-chompers have been exploited to, uh, death: from functional zombies who get to keep their jobs (iZombie) to bloodthirsty grade-schoolers (Cooties), it’s hard to take the undead seriously any

On SledgehammersJorge Ignacio Castillo

Published Thursday February 4, 08:45 pm
The heavy-handed Carol is icier than Trump’s heart
CarolRoxy Theatre3.5 out of 5In his ongoing quest to become this generation’s Douglas Sirk, filmmaker Todd Haynes (Far From Heaven, Mildred Pierce) tackles yet another story of forbidden love set in the 1950s. Based on Patricia Highsmith’s 1952 novel The Price of Salt, the story original