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  • Monday to Friday
    Noon-6:30pm (upstairs office)
  • Monday to Friday
    6:30pm-9pm (main floor box office)
  • Weekends
    6:30pm-9pm (main floor box office)

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Harland Williams with Dan Quinn

8:00 PM - October 1

Harland Williams w/Special Guest Dan Quinn

Comedian and actor Harland Williams is known the world over for his hilarious movie roles and outlandish stand-up and sketch comedy routines. Williams has starred in numerous unforgettable roles such as the pee-drinking cop in "Dumb and Dumber", the loveable horse-killing stoner, Kenny in "Half Baked", the hitchhiking serial killer in "There's Something About Mary", the silent motorcycle stud Slater, in "Superstar", the goof-ball astronaut Fred Z. Randall in Rocketman," the whale-calling Sonar in "Down Periscope", and Roberta, the ugliest red head in the world in "Sorority Boys."Williams is also seen regularly on "Late Night with David Letterman," "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno," and "Late Night with Conan O'Brian." He has done solo stand-up comedy specials for HBO, Comedy Central, CTV, and CBC. In addition to his on-screen roles, Williams has provided voices for several animated productions including "Robots" and is also an accomplished author and illustrator of his own series of children's books involving a little brontosaurus named Lickety Split.

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The Arrogant Worms

8:00 PM - October 4

Three quarters of a quarter of a century ago, something magnificent happened in Kingston, Ontario, Canada. Sensing a desperate public need for musical comedy, The Arrogant Worms was formed. The Arrogant Worms began as a comedy troupe performing songs and sketches on the campus radio station in 1991. As the live show developed, the songs delighted the audience. The sketches - not so much.

It began as a hobby, making fun of a big dumb world. Luckily, the world is still dumb and The Arrogant Worms (Mike McCormick, Chris Patterson and Trevor Strong) still have plenty to sing about. The shows are fast, furious and family friendly. The wit is quick, the satire is biting and the musicianship is second to none.

The Arrogant Worms have sold more than 150,000 copies of their 12 albums and played on three continents to crowds as large as 100,000. They were recognized in 2003 as the Touring Act of the Year by the Canadian Arts Presenters Association. The Worms have entertained at corporate functions, sung anthems at sporting events and emceed at major festivals. Their songs are in school lesson plans, in textbooks and even played on the Space Shuttle. On earth or in space, everyone digs these Worms.

So The Arrogant Worms will continue to provide tuneful and silly escapism for everyone who needs it. And if you think you don't need it, well you're wrong. You do. The Arrogant Worms know what's best for you and what's best for you is The Arrogant Worms.

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STEVE PATTERSON This is Not Debatable

7:30 PM - October 5

Stand Up Comedian of the Year

Ticket Price: $40 + $3 Venue Heritage Fee

Steve Patterson's hallmark gift for capturing a funny turn of phrase and reputation for rendering his audience helpless with laughter has brought him to stages around the world, including regularly with the Just For Laughs organization. His last JFL gala performance prompted the legendary comedy icon and gala host, Steve Martin, to quip: "If I'd known he was going to be THAT good, I would have cancelled him." The host of CBC Radio’s The Debaters and 2011 & 2013 Stand-up Comedian of the Year, brings his 90-minute one-man stand-up comedy show "This Is Not Debatable!" to the Broadway Theatre, October 5, 2014

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Lunch at Allen's

8:00 PM - October 10

Lunch at Allen's is Murray McLauchlan, Cindy Church, Marc Jordan and Ian Thomas. As individuals, they have written for or sung on over 25,000,000 cd's, penning hits for Chicago, Josh Groban, Bonnie Raitt, America, Santana, Cher, and Rod Stewart, as well as Murray's "Farmers Song", Marc's "Marina Del Rey" and Ian's "Painted Ladies" just to name a few. These artist have come together adding the incredible voice of Cindy Church (Quartette, Great Western Orchestra ) to form Lunch At Allen's. They are Canadian song writing royalty who will take you on a journey with humour and stories playing there familiar hits and new songs as well to create an evening of music for the heart and music for your soul.

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CBC Massey Lectures: Adrienne Clarkson

7:00 PM - October 20

2014 CBC Massey Lectures Belonging: the Paradox of Citizenship by Adrienne Clarkson

Belonging: The Paradox of Citizenship
What does it mean to belong? And- how do we belong? Who do we belong to?

Never has the world experienced greater movement of peoples from one country to another, from one continent to another. These seismic shifts in population have brought about huge challenges for all societies. Do these changes in population present the possibility of a new model for the structures of society? Can belonging encompass difference, dependence, and dislike, while upholding fundamental human rights. And what's the significance of the Canadian model, which emphasizes values, immigration, parliamentary democracy, and the rule of law?

These timely and controversial subjects are at the heart of former Governor General Adrienne Clarkson's 2014 Massey Lectures, Belonging: The Paradox of Citizenship. Clarkson masterfully chronicles the evolution of citizenship throughout the ages: from Aristotle and the Greeks to present-day modern citizenship based on values, consensus, and pluralism. In this series of provocative essays Adrienne Clarkson develops original scenarios for our reasons to feel we are both part of Canada, and part of every person who shares our land, our values and our history.

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Bahamas

8:00 PM - October 22

On sale Friday, June 27 at 10am

BAHAMAS aka Afie Jurvanen (pronounced AYE-fee yer-van-an) is touring in support of Bahamas is Afie,& the forthcoming album from BAHAMAS, due August 19, 2014. The revealing, essentially self-titled album is twelve new original songs all self-produced by Jurvanen and recorded in his home city of Toronto. While Bahamas is Afie echoes his previous full-lengths, the multi-JUNO and Polaris Music Prize nominated Pink Strat (2009) and Barchords (2012),Bahamas is Afie enjoys a more developed arrangement of strings, brass, winds, orchestral percussion, and chamber choruses.

"The bright, liquid sound of his playing is part of a simple formula, including conversational lyrics, that Mr. Jurvanen applies to rockers and ballads alike. Combined with his flinty voice, the results are often bluesy and hypnotic without being dirge-like." Wall Street Journal

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BRUCE MCCULLOCH Young Drunk Punk

8:00 PM - November 1

Young Drunk Punk

Tickets: $33 + $3 Venue Heritage Fee

Special offer: pre-order a copy of McCulloch's new book 'Let's Start a Riot: How a Young Drunk Punk Became a Pyjama-Clad Dad in Hollywood' with your ticket and receive 20% off shelf price.

Ticket + book: $57 + $3 Venue Heritage Fee

Comedian, writer, director and legendary Kid in the Hall Bruce McCulloch combines stand-up, live music and assorted autobiographical insights in "Young Drunk Punk". Bruce's new solo show chronicles his journey from wild early days as a 'young punk' in 80's Alberta, to his flannel plaid days and futon nights in 90s Toronto, to becoming a 'pajama-clad dad' living in the Hollywood Hills. From scowling teenager to father of two, this evening of comedy, peppered with moments of surprising poignancy, proves that although this infamous Kid may be all grown up, his singular brand of humour and signature wit remain firmly intact. Local improv staples the Saskatoon Soaps will warm up the stage.

"McCulloch was solid. He alternated between telling stories and tossing about absurdisms...he pulled no punches...he proved that he still 'has it.' There were even a few personal, serious moments that almost caught you off guard...McCulloch was in probably the finest form of his career." - Dakin Hardwick, SpinningPlatters.com "A definitive image of McCulloch, at once the silliest and most cynical of the Kids, and that sensibility is reflected in his new solo show" - John Semley, NOW Magazine

Adult Content- Running Time Approx. 70 minutes, No Intermission

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RENT

8:00 PM - November 5

Nov 5= $27 Adult, $24 Student + $2 Venue Heritage Fee.

Travel with Saskatoon Summer Players to modern day New York City with the rock musical Rent, featuring music and lyrics by Jonathan Larson. Winner of the Tony Award for Best Musical and the Pulitzer Prize for Drama, Rent follows a year in the life of a group of young artists and musicians as they struggle with life, love and AIDS.

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RENT

8:00 PM - November 6

Nov 6= $27 Adult, $24 Student + $2 Venue Heritage Fee.

Travel with Saskatoon Summer Players to modern day New York City with the rock musical Rent, featuring music and lyrics by Jonathan Larson. Winner of the Tony Award for Best Musical and the Pulitzer Prize for Drama, Rent follows a year in the life of a group of young artists and musicians as they struggle with life, love and AIDS.

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RENT

8:00 PM - November 7

Nov 7 = $29 Adult, $26 Student + $2 Venue Heritage Fee

Travel with Saskatoon Summer Players to modern day New York City with the rock musical Rent, featuring music and lyrics by Jonathan Larson. Winner of the Tony Award for Best Musical and the Pulitzer Prize for Drama, Rent follows a year in the life of a group of young artists and musicians as they struggle with life, love and AIDS.

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RENT

8:00 PM - November 8

Nov 8= $29 Adult, $26 Student + $2 Venue Heritage Fee

Travel with Saskatoon Summer Players to modern day New York City with the rock musical Rent, featuring music and lyrics by Jonathan Larson. Winner of the Tony Award for Best Musical and the Pulitzer Prize for Drama, Rent follows a year in the life of a group of young artists and musicians as they struggle with life, love and AIDS.

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