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Skye is a Treaty 6 theatre artist (born in PA, raised in Melfort, lives in Saskatoon) who has a great passion for both classic plays as well as new works. He has appeared in productions for Drayton Entertainment, Persephone Theatre, Globe Theatre, Dancing Sky Theatre (where he also spent two seasons as Artistic Producer), Station Arts Centre, Prairie Theatre Exchange, Northern Light Theatre, Theatre Calgary, and a number of companies under the Live Five banner. Skye has also appeared at the Stratford Festival for five seasons, Shakespeare on the Saskatchewan for six seasons, and is also a founding member of the YXE Shakespeare Lab

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Paige (she/they) is an emerging actor, playwright, dramaturg, and producer living and working on Treaty Six Territory. Born and raised on the Prairies, they have a steadfast and stubborn love of Saskatchewan. In 2021 they graduated from the University of Saskatchewan with a BFA in Acting, as well as a Wîcêhtowin certificate in Aboriginal Theatre and minor in English.

As an artist they divide their time between their two great loves, new works and classical theatre, sometimes being lucky enough to make work combining the two, through writing and staging new adaptations of classical works. They are also a co-founder of the independent theatre company The Hagstone Collective. Paige is a lover of cats, mob movie enthusiast, and will talk your ear off about gothic horror if you let them. 



Originally from Treaty 4, now living and creating on Treaty 6 territory, Kenn is an award-winning performer, director, educator,  and Clown. He received his BFA in Acting at the University of Regina and his MFA in Directing from The University of Nevada, Las Vegas. Kenn has directed over 40 productions across North America and beyond. As a performer, he has worked most recently with Saskatoon’s Persephone Theatre in The Fiancée  and Toronto's Outside the March with The Ministry of Mundane Mysteries. He is a dramaturg, a clown consultant, and an Intimacy Director with training from Intimacy Directors and Coordinators.

He is a sessional lecturer at the U of S Drama Department, the Executive Director of Saskatoon Summer Players, and Co-Executive Leadership of On the Boards. He is a D&D enthusiast, a proud father, and thrilled to be a Saskatchewan Artist.




A Treaty 6 based theatre artist, Grahame wears a lot of hats (metaphorical but also literal); working as a performer, writer, producer, designer, director and stage manager (told you it was a lot). Grahame is a graduate of the University of Saskatchewan with a BFA in Acting and a graduate of the Globe Theatre Conservatory.

Grahame is the Artistic Producer of Buttered Ghost Theatre. Grahame is also an active member with The Sketchy Bandits and a part time DM for a few games of DnD.

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Emily Heinek (she/her) is an emerging artist from Saskatoon and a ‘21 graduate from the U of S acting program. She has worked a myriad of jobs for years but treasures each opportunity she gets to work in Saskatoon’s theatre community the most. When she isn’t on the grind, you can find her curating the Pinterest home of her dreams, or obsessing about her and her friends’ DND campaign. This year found her playing a slew of characters on the Wheatland Express Excursion Train, as well as stage managing Two Bees' production of The Anger in Ernest and Ernestine. Other theatre credits include: The Love Interest (costume designer, Theatre Howl), and both filmed and staged productions of Typecastress (costume designer/ stage manager, Little Libertine Playhouse).

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