*Rescheduled* The Other Side of the River – Queen Elizabeth School
Theatre in the Park is an original play offered free of charge in neighbourhood parks around Saskatchewan every summer. Created in response to a current issue, it’s a fun and thought-provoking performance for people of all ages. Catchy original music and colourful sets, props and costumes bring our stories to life.
This year’s offering is a family friendly rock opera about two sides of the same river. Based on a story by Yvette Nolan, The Other Side of the River was devised by the Sum Theatre ensemble with original music composition by Amanda Trapp. Created in response to Indigenous Lives Matter, Black Lives Matter and the international movement towards racial equity and anti-racism, The Other Side of the River transports the audience on a joyful journey to a place they never expected to be.
We are pleased to offer American Sign Language at our Sunday and Thursday performances this year. Look for [ASL] at the start of the event title to see when it is offered.
We do not pass the hat at shows, but if you like what we do and would like to make a donation, we will gratefully accept. We are a charitable organization and are able to provide a tax receipt.
Thank you for helping us make professional live theatre free for everyone.