Meet Me At The Footlights
Join us in Regina from November 17th to 19th for TheatreOne 2016. Groups from around the province will be performing at the Artesian, 2627 13th Ave in Regina.
Doors open at 7:00pm. Shows at 7:30pm
Purchase tickets online at Picatic or at the door.
Evening performances $12.00
Early Bird weekend pass until
October 31 EXTENDED TO NOVEMBER 10 for $20.00!
Regular weekend pass $26.00
WARNING: Plays contain mature content and language. No refunds or exchanges.
Tale Spinner Theatre, North Battleford
Melfort Amater Dramatics
Regina Summer Stage
Kamsack Players Drama Club
Smoke Screen Productions, Prince Albert
Prairieland Players, Kerrobert
Cochin Community Players
Regina Little Theatre
Jaclyn Kilkenny, Adjudicator
Jaclyn Kilkenny has been involved in Regina’s Theatre and Improv scene for twenty years. She is a drama teacher, director, and improv coach at Michael A. Riffel Catholic High School, where she has worked for the past nine years.
Jaclyn attended the University of Regina where she received a Bachelor of Theatre and a Bachelor of Arts Education. In 2013, her love of comedy drove her to travel to Chicago to study improv and sketch comedy with The Second City Theatre Company.
She has been involved as a player, coach, trainer, and adjudicator with the Canadian Improv Games for over 20 years. She has travelled to Ottawa several times with teams to compete in the National Tournament. She often works with improv in her collaborations with her high school students. She believes that the skills players develop in improv extend far past theatre walls and benefit in many areas of student’s lives. She is always proud to say that she comes from Regina, where the improv community is strong.
Jaclyn has worked for several years with the high school Regional and Provincial One Act Festivals. Working most recently on co-writing and directing a play called Rosie, which won several awards, including best overall production at both festivals.
Jaclyn is so excited to be adjudicating TheatreOne 2016. She is very much looking forward to seeing and applauding the work of all of the actors, directors, and artistic teams who have contributed their time, talents, and love of theatre to this year’s shows.