Sum Theatre present in Saskatoon parks rescheduled resulting from warmth – Saskatoon

Sum Theater had to make changes to its outdoor performances this week due to the heat in Saskatoon.

The community-based theater company is moving a handful of matinee performances to 10am, including the Thursday show at Optimist Park in Riversdale and the Friday show at Les Kerr Park in Forest Grove.

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“Our top priority is the health and safety of both the families visiting our show and our ensemble, which can’t wait to perform for you,” said a statement from Sum.

“If you have tickets for the shows at 5.30pm or 7.30pm, you can exchange them for another evening at our box office. There are still plenty of opportunities to see him in the parks of Saskatoon through July 30th. “

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Theater im Park is offered free of charge by the company’s ensemble in neighborhood parks every July.

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SUM Theater presents The Other Side of the River – July 2nd, 2021

This year’s deal is a family-friendly rock opera based on a story by Yvette Nolan called The Other Side of the River. Organizers said it was being shown in response to Indigenous Lives Matter, Black Lives Matter and the international movement toward racial justice.

“This year’s show is about racial relations … and it’s just always about the fact that the same flow always has two sides and that we should always get to know each other without prejudice, without throwing a dark cloud at people who are different,” said theater assistant Krystle Pederson.

“This show is all about coming together and sharing, that people in general can become a community and become friends and that we all live here on this earth and all come together.

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“I think right now, with all of what’s going on in the world and what’s going on with all of the residential school discoveries… I think this piece is just super important to tell this story and see if we lose something can light and come together as a community and simply build community. “

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Environment Canada has issued a heat warning for Saskatoon as a prolonged period of extreme heat is spreading in south and central Saskatchewan.

According to the federal agency, daytime temperatures are expected to be in the low to mid 30s, with lows staying overnight in the advanced teens and offering little recovery from the heat. These temperatures are expected to continue through the weekend and into the next week.

For the latest conditions and warnings, download the SkyTracker weather app.

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