2015 Line-up

July 22 & 25
“Say Something” – written by Kole Dulle, directed by Mariah Cox
“Death on Dufferin” – written by Erica Hartman, directed by Kole Dulle
“Speak” – written & directed by Erin Brophy

July 23 & 24
“Heroes of Light and Virtue” – written & directed by Jamie MacLean
“Dreamscape” – written & directed by Makato Waditaka
“Restaurant Quality Tales” written by Andy Carlson-McNab, directed by Hilary Hlagy

The shows start at 7:00 pm at the Refinery Arts and Spirits Centre.
609 Dufferin Avenue
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan S7N 1C4

Tickets are available at the door.
General: $15 single, $25 double
Members (both tiers of membership): $12 single, $20 double

There will be a concession downstairs.

If you have any special needs please let us know before hand and we will try to be accommodating.

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FLoYD in The Star Phoenix

Check out a clip from FLoYD 2014 in The Star Phoenix, and an interview with our Artistic Director Audra Balion.

Click here for awesomeness! Right here! Interview! Video! Fun!

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FLoYD 2014 Summer Festival

FLoYD Youth Theatre Festival 2014

It is that time once again dear friends! FLoYD Youth Theatre Festival will be hitting the stage!

The Refinery Arts & Spirit Centre (609 Dufferin Ave.) 
July 23rd until 26th.
Tickets are available at the door, $13 each or $20 per pair; show starts at 7:00 P.M.

Come out for seven great shows across four nights. Each night will feature an eclectic mash of original works written, directed, and performed by the youth of Saskatoon.

Check out our Facebook Event for more details.

FLoYD 2014 Lineup:

July 23 & 26:

Psycho Bitch
written & directed by Amanda Bristol

Imaginary
written by Dana Powers & directed by Colin Grant

Super Roommates
written & directed by Kole Dulle

 July 24 & 25:

Generation: Warfare
written by Erin Brophy & directed by F. David Schultz and Mariah Cox

The Legend of Bone Creek
written & directed by S.E. Grummett and Caitlin Zacharias

Does She Like Me?
written by Makato Waditaka & directed by Andrea Hill

Duet of the Mermaid and the Mime
written & directed by Audra Balion

If you have any questions about this year’s lineup, media inquiries, or large sums of money you’d like to deliver to us, send us an email: info [at] floydtheatrefestival [dot] com

 

Poster by Audra Balion

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FLoYD 2014 Line-up

Goooood morning! 
It’s announcement time!

The results from script submissions are in, and I am delighted to announce the line-up for the 2014 festival. We have four new playwrights and four returning playwrights in this year’s festival. Congratulations to the following!

“Psycho Bitch” by Amanda Bristol

“Imaginary” by Dana Powers

“Super Roommates” by Kole Dulle

“Generation: Warfare” by Erin Brophy

“The Legend of Bone Creek” by Sarah Grummett & Caitlin Zacharias

“Does She Like Me?” by Makato Waditaka

“Duet of the Mermaid and the Mime” by Audra Balion

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Day 4 – FLoYD Youth Theater Festival 2013

7 new shows for 2013. Check them out!

July 27

Thomas and the Clown-a-saurus: Written and Directed by Kole Dulle
-Thomas and the clown-a-saurus is a fun family value comedy. Thomas trying to impress a girl he likes builds a time machine, but he forgot to carry a one and accidentally creates a clown dinosaur instead. Will family values and true love save the fate of the world, but most importantly the school prom. You’ll have to tune in and find out.

Takuetsushita: Written by Andy Carlson-McNab, Directed by David Schultz

Love, Zombies and Other Misfortunes: Written by Heidi Sailor, Directed by Monika Holman
-In the middle of the zombie apocalypse, what if you knew there was a chance that the most important person in your life was alive, out there somewhere, and you could help? Abandoning their save-havens three teenagers and their unlikely friend set out on a dangerous journey to find their loved ones amongst the zombie wastelands.

 

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Day 3 – FLoYD Youth Theater Festival 2013

7 new shows for 2013. Check them out!

July 26th

Matching Necklaces: Written and Directed by Amanda Bristol
-Revenge cannot bring your loved ones back, nor can it undo what has been done. But ask yourself – Would it ease the pain if those who have wronged you suffer the consequences of their actions? Trigger Warning: Descriptions of rape and suicide

After Life: Written and Directed by Gray Myrfield
-After Life is about storytelling, memories, and confronting death.

The GodDAMN Particle: Written by David Schultz, Directed by Peter Beug
-In a world where science is the ruler of all, one man tries to prove that the controversial theory of the Higgs Boson is false, but not without fighting his way through giant robots and light saber battles.  Is the Higgs Boson fake?  Or is renowned scientist Jacob Cern in a fool’s chase to disprove something that’s right in front of him?  Find out in the godDAMN particle!  In Technicolor (c)

Picture the Two of us: A Jonathon Coulton Musical:  Written and Directed by Erich Jurgens.
-After having his confession of love rejected by the girl of his dreams in elementary school, boy genius Tommy vows to do whatever it takes to win her over. With the help of his best friend Billy, the two go on a life long adventure