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For their 2019 spring show, St. Mary High School’s Upstage Productions is taking on one of their most ambitious projects yet. Tonight the theatre company will debut its production of Jesus Christ Superstar, the rock opera...
One thing you might not know about me is I love music. Lots of people love music, but I LOVE music. It’s played a key role in my life since I was little....
Growing up, at times, Sheldon Elter felt like he was caught between two worlds. The actor, writer and comic grew up Métis in Northern Alberta, with an abusive father. He received racism from two sides and internalized...
Leah Dorion remembers going the Prince Albert Historical Museum, and to Lund’s Wildlife Exhibit, a lot when she was a child. “We used to come here to look at stuff. I remember not really seeing myself,...
Artists Kevin Pee-Ace and Leah Dorion took the time to walk through their mural panels and talk about the designs they chose and their significance in terms of telling the stories of the area’s Indigenous peoples.  Here’s what they had...
A small, but dedicated, cast and crew at SmokeScreen Productions is putting the finishing touches on a funny, yet unusual, full-length play it’s bringing to the stage May 9 and 10. SmokeScreen, which has been in...
Wade Fehr has been writing songs and playing music for years. But the full-time City of Prince Albert firefighter says his latest music is extra meaningful. In December of 2017, Fehr started working on an album...
What was supposed to be a musical event showcasing a variety of Métis artists has become a full-day festival to celebrate everything Métis, and Donny Parenteau couldn’t be happier. The May 1 show will feature performances...
When you walk into Audrey Dreaver’s solo exhibition at the Mann Art Gallery,  the first thing on your right is a clicker.  Friday afternoon, mere hours before the show’s opening reception, it read “1472.”
The Mann Art Gallery is showcasing even more high school art during this year’s iteration of the annual High School Juried Art Show and Sale. It’s not that the gallery selected more pieces. Rather, more schools from...
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