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SHAKESPEARE ON THE SASKATCHEWAN

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CYMBELINE – June 29th through August 14th.  We are extremely pleased to announce Cymbeline as the lynchpin in our 2022 season.  Never before produced by the Festival, Cymbeline takes familiar story elements from Shakespeare’s earlier plays – star-crossed lovers! mistaken identity! children lost and found! – and weaves them into something entirely unique.  We know this story of forgiveness and redemption will appeal to both long-time patrons and newcomers to Shakespeare on the Saskatchewan and have audiences discussing the play well after the final bows.

Tickets: https://shakespearesask.thundertix.com/events/198677 or call the Box Office @306-652-9100.

SHAKESPEARE’S WILL – July 13th through 31st.  Shakespeare’s Will is a fabulous one-woman show that depicts Anne Hathaway, Shakespeare’s wife, as she prepares herself to read her late husband’s last will and testament.  Through the play, the audience gets to relive the relationship of Anne and Will from her perspective.  The play has touched audiences since its original run in 2005, and we desperately have been hoping to include it in our upcoming season.

Tickets: https://shakespearesask.thundertix.com/event/198720 or call the Box Office @306-652-9100.

IAGO SPEAKS – August 6th through 21st.  We are ecstatic to announce another piece of the 2022 season, the premiere production Iago Speaks by Daniel Macdonald, one of Saskatchewan’s most prolific playwrights.  We are proud to be the first to produce this comedic, enchanting play that explores the very nature of storytelling.  At first glance, Iago Speaks appears to follow the events immediately after the curtain comes down on Shakespeare’s Othello, but Dan’s story quickly turns, introducing us to Iago’s Jailer, a bit player, as he tries to find some purpose in his repetitive task of keeping watch over Iago.

Tickets: https://shakespearesask.thundetix.com/event/198737 or call the Box Officce @306-652-9100.

SHAKESPEARE ON THE SASKATCHEWAN AMPHITHEATRE,  948 SPADINA CRESCENT EAST, SASKATOON.