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A Fairytale for the End of Days
By Kelley Jo Burke
Dancing Sky Theatre is thrilled to present the world premier of another exciting new Saskatchewan play: GREENSLEEP by Kelley Jo Burke. In it she asks, in a kind of bonkers way, what if the global climate change crisis was viewed not as an end, but an opportunity to re-imagine our place in the beautiful, complex, interconnected web of life that shares space on this magical small planet we call home? Create a new mythology that connects us to the magical web of life rather than trying to control it? Come and witness the magic of GREENSLEEP and dream the possibilities with us.
April 26- May 12, 2024
Baba's Magic Mitten
A Ukrainian Prairie Panto
A Dancing Sky Theatre Collective Creation
December 1-17, 2023
Dancing Sky Theatre re-invents its popular Prairie Panto format in 2023 with the all-new Baba’s Magic Mitten.
We will have a whole new gang of characters and exciting new storylines, but the show will be filled with the same family fun, comedy, talking animals, high jinks, and music that you have come to expect.
This year, to celebrate the contributions that Ukrainian immigrants have made to our Saskatchewan culture, we explore their Christmas traditions and stories. The play is inspired by the traditional fairytale "The Hedgehog and the Mitten", a story of sharing, expectations and restraint.
As always, the show is designed to be shared with the whole family from kids to parents to grandparents. Our amazing home cooked meals will also be available and chef Ernie’s creations will be inspired by Ukrainian cuisine.
50/50 Raffle Draw December 17/2023
Lottery Licence #SR23-3779
Dancing Sky Theatre is proud and honored to be making art on the great plains of North
America, also called Turtle Island and many other names. We strive to reflect rural realities in
an urban-centric culture. We recognize that we share this landscape with various indigenous
peoples (many signees to Treaty #6), members of The Metis Nation, several generations of
settlers, as well as new immigrants to these lands. We also seek to share the space with the
more than human world, both indigenous and immigrant. We aim to respect, and work in
harmony and balance with all the diversity of life that surrounds us.