Have you seen the trailer for The Wild Dog Waits on the Concrete Path? Check it out!
We’re building a tour this Spring and Summer. Let us know if you’d like us to visit your community!
The initial stage of preparation for our remount of The Wild Dog Waits on the Concrete Path began last week with 3 days of work on the script by Nathan Howe. We’re excited to be working with Theatre Howl to once again bring this great Saskatchewan story to life.
We are also pleased to welcome Danielle Roy to the team . She will be taking on the role of Daisy (formerly Dave) – as well as every other role in the play!
Embrace Theatre is thrilled to announce that it has been nominated once again for the Saskatoon and Area Theatre Awards.
Emma Thorpe was also nominated for Outstanding Emerging Artist for her work as a Fight Director. Emma staged the fights for Macbeth, as well as last season’s The Clockmaker. She also performed in Embrace Theatre’s Saskatchewan Outdoors and Bottomes Dreame.
Congratulations to all the artists and companies nominated. See you at the Gala on September 26th!
This afternoon Macbeth opened to a house of students (and some members of the public) generously sponsored by G&S Landscape and Excavation Service.
The Starpheonix also published a great article and video about the production. Read the story and watch the video here!
Emma Thorpe is so jazzed to join this incredibly hardworking and talented team, and watch them play. Emma recently received her BFA Acting from the U of S, is a graduate of the Randolph Academy for the Performing Arts, and has her intermediate certification from Fight Directors Canada. Emma has choreographed fights for Look/See (Theatre Howl), The Clockmaker (Neverending Highway/Embrace Theatre), and Tightrope (Tightrope Collective). When not fighting people with fists and very blunt swords, Emma can likely be found stage managing shows like Lungs (Fire in the Hole Productions), Willow Road (Paper Cranes for Charlotte), Two Corpses Go Dancing (Two Unruly Gentlemen) The Brothers Grimm (Saskatoon Opera in Schools), and Our Country’s Good (Greystone Theatre).