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The Globe Theatre’s lobby overflows with people. Some sip alcoholic beverages from the cash-only bar. The old patrons and eager newcomers mingle together as they wait for Becky’s New Car and Conrad-Roy: Daffily Ever After to start. The line to the theatre grows longer. The guests are finally shuffled in to the smaller, intimate stage.


The rows of black chairs fill up quickly. Front row guests are only a few steps away from the ground floor stage while those more comfortable in the back sit precariously close to the lighting designer. Conrad-Roy viewers eagerly await the play’s beginning.

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KAZZ Clothing Tank Top

by Maureen Mugerwa


Designing has always been her passion.


Ashley Kasdorf interest began sketching designs when she was 11 and started styling her friends soon after. Upon her graduation from highschool in 2006, she won a scholarship to the Art Institute of Vancouver where her fashion and design career officially began.


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Robyn TockerSince 1993, the province has held the Saskatchewan Book Awards (SBA) to highlight the great writers and publishers living beneath these blue skies.


“People say that Manitoba is full of musicians and Saskatchewan is full of writers. I don't know if that's true but I do know there are a lot of writers who live in Saskatchewan and are very good,” said Melanie Schnell, winner of the First Book Award and Regina Award in the 2013 SBA.

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Tony Munch (Joe). Neil Foster (Steve), and Nathan Howe (Chris) get down to business. Photo by Robyn Tocker

There are chairs everywhere. Wine glasses clutter a table and there’s a brown couch nestled in the corner of the rehearsal space with a throw blanket over the back. Red tape lines cut the large room into sections marked by signs on the white walls. A rack of clothes greets those late to rehearsal. This is where the performers of the Globe Theatre’s play Becky’s New Car run scenes, getting ready for the day when the play will make its debut.


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