SUM Theatre in Wildwood Park

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Wildwood and Lakeview Community Associations are very pleased to present a family friendly performance by SUM Theatre on Tuesday July 20, 2021 in Wildwood Park!

There will be two performances: 5:30 PM and 7:30 PM!

Please note that due to COVID restrictions, free tickets must be reserved online at sumtheatre.com

This is an outdoor event, so please plan accordingly. We also ask that you bring your own water bottles, as there will be no beverages or fountains on site.

This Year’s Performance: The Other Side of the River

The Other Side of the River is a family friendly rock opera about two sides of the same river. Original story was written by Yvette Nolan and the show devised by the Sum Theatre ensemble with original music composition by Amanda Trapp.

You must reserve your free spot in order to join us in the park. For more information and to book your free tickets, check out sumtheatre.com or call 306-381-6SUM (6786).

What is Theatre in the Park?

Theatre in the Park is a free professional live theatre show for everyone. We tour to over 26 communities around Saskatoon every summer.

What are the shows about?

Our shows are about current relevant topics that bring together community and inspire conversation and dialogue for audiences far and wide, young and old. We have done shows about Indigenous and Non-Indigenous Relations, Newcomers, Disability, Climate Change, and Race Relations.

How much are tickets?

The show is free for everyone, but you MUST reserve your ticket before you arrive.

Are the artists paid?

The professional artists are paid by SUM Theatre’s many wonderful sponsors and donors.

How long is the show?

The show this year runs approximately 30 minutes. We will have multiple showtimes in each neighbourhood. Please visit the website for more information.

Why come see Theatre in the Park?

Theatre in the Park is a fun filled experience that connects community members to live theatre and to each other.

Will there be interpreters for the deaf and hard of hearing?

Yes! Every performance will feature ASL sign language interpretation.

Will there be audio description for the visually impaired?

There will be audio descriptions provided at two performances. Please contact Sum Theatre if you are interested in this service.

Is the park wheelchair accessible?

Yes. The park is wheelchair accessible, but some assistance may be needed. Sum Theatre has staff on hand to assist if needed.

Are there unlimited tickets available?

Tickets are limited this year due to COVID restrictions, so make sure to reserve yours to ensure your participation. Note that the maximum size of a group booking is 4 people, so if your bubble is bigger than 4, we ask that you make a second reservation.

What time should I arrive at the park?

Please arrive no earlier than 30 mins before your show starts.

Once you arrive please go directly to the Box Office table to check in your reservation. Please maintain proper social distancing when lining up for the Box Office. You will then be escorted to the audience viewing area by a Sum Theatre staff member.

Theatre in the Park is a summer tradition for many people in Saskatchewan. It is suitable for all ages and FREE of charge. Everyone is welcome. Reserve your free spot / more information: sumtheatre.com

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