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As Saskatoon’s first professional theatre organization, 25th Street Theatre has always been committed to creating opportunities for Saskatchewan artists and producing thought-provoking, new, Canadian works.



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For 50 years 25th Street Theatre has been building the careers of Saskatchewan artists, giving them a chance to step into the spotlight before they go on to work with other companies both here in Saskatchewan and around the world. We are a vital pillar in Saskatoon’s theatre ecosystem and are proud to be known for our safe and supportive work environment.

Our 2024 goal is to raise $25,000 for 25th Street Theatre!
By giving to this campaign, you directly support our 24/25 programming.
Together, we are the future of theatre.

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Thank you to valerie creighton – our first 25k for 25th street pledge!

Thank You Valerie 

Valerie Creighton virtually joined our 50th anniversary event on May 9th, 2024 and pledged $1,500 to kick off the 25K for 25th Street Campaign! at their 

Valerie is a past General Manager for 25th Street Theatre and serves as President and CEO of the Canada Media Fund. She is a multi-award winning industry leader in arts, culture, and media, recognized for reenergizing some of the country’s most important organizations in the sector over a period spanning close to four decades.

An expert in organizational change, Valerie has been recognized as a visionary in promoting Canada’s cultural wealth.

Valerie was invested into the Saskatchewan Order of Merit in 2016 and the Order of Canada in 2019. She has received the Lifetime Achievement Award from the University of Regina, and the Queen Elizabeth II Platinum Jubilee Medal from the province of Saskatchewan. In 2024 she will receive the Hollywood Reporter Women in Entertainment Canada “Glass Ceiling” award for her trailblazing work in building an industry that is truly representative of Canada through the launch of programs and initiatives that break down barriers and systemic inequities, notably including playing a key role in establishing Canada’s Indigenous Screen Office.


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Our 25for25th Donors

Thank you to everyone who has given! You are building the future of 25th Street Theatre and theatre in Saskatchewan.

Kathy & Kent Allen
Kathy Berg
Madeleine Blais-Dahlem
Allyson Brady
Darla Cheetham
Valerie Creighton
Douglas Daniels
Paul Denham
Alan Deschner
Lloyd Deshaye
Marley Duckett
Gabrielle Dufresne
Morag Embleton-Kimpton
Tom Eremondi
Wes Gramiak
Lauren Klassen
Beverley Kobelsky
Olivia Kristoff
Christine Kulyk
Debbie LaPointe
Mary Leggett
Arlene Manson
A.E. Matheson
Bruce McKay
Barbara and James Morrison
Jennifer Nairn
Gail Osachoff
Sean Polreis
Irene Seiferling & Board Dynamics
Anita Smith
Diane Trondson
Janet Joan Ward
Dianne Woloschuk
Ilaria Zuzak

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A message From board president – Jennifer Nairn

I want to encourage everyone to consider donating to this important initiative. 25th Street Theatre is widely known for producing the Fringe Festival, but we have also gone back to our roots to become a producing theatre company again. This has meant tackling shows that have a lot of heart and meaning and address important issues in our community. Shows like, Luna, Men Express Their Feelings, and The Art of French Cooking, in last year’s season were enthusiastically embraced by the theatre community and patrons, and we look forward to continuing to produce such innovative and interesting projects.

On top of being Board Chairperson I am also a volunteer, patron, and donor for 25th Street Theatre and a supporter of the arts in Saskatoon.

I can tell you from my experience that every dollar matters.

We appreciate the support of each and every one of our donors, and we hope that you will consider supporting us in our plans for an exciting 2024-25 season”

Thank you to all of our donors

Your gifts produced three new Canadian plays in 2024, including a school tour across the province AND added three more Fringe shows!


Our Hero donors made an incredible impact on 25th Street Theatre’s future during our 2023/24 season by making gifts over $5,000.

The Brownlee Family Foundation
Jerry Grandey
Élisabeth Foucault
Keitha & Tom McClocklin



Our champion donors uplifted 25th Street Theatre’s during our 2023/24 season by making gifts over $1,000.

Kathy Berg
Madeleine Blais-Dahlem
Valerie Creighton
O’Sheas Irish Pub
Prairie Records
Irene Seiferling



Our Guardian donors are the very special monthly givers that help sustain 25th Street Theatre!

Kathy & Kent Allen
Earl Fogel
Angie Heisler
Alan Long
Drew Mantyka
Tracey Mitchell
Sean Polreis

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