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Festival Transportation Reimbursement Policy:
The Broadway Theatre can provide reimbursement for bus travel to The Scene thanks to generous support from Affinity Credit Union. For SPSD and GSCS groups, teachers must book their own buses, and the bus invoices will be paid by your respective administrative offices. Broadway Theatre will issue reimbursement to school board head offices after the festival has concluded. If you are booking a group from outside the Saskatoon Public or Catholic Divisions, please contact Scene Administrator Alison Whelan at 306-652-6556 x 4 to make alternate arrangements.

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The Scene is Back !

Mark your calendar: March 8 - 10, 2016

The Scene is back for a third season of award-winning films and inspiring voices. We will present six programs over three days at the historic Broadway Theatre in Saskatoon!

Canadian cultures and Aboriginal voices

The Scene is proud to announce that Susan Aglukark, award-winning Inuk singer, songwriter and keynote speaker will give a multimedia presentation which will combine storytelling, music, and videos. We will also be presenting the documentary film, The Pass System by Alex Williams. This film sheds light on Canada’s hidden history of racial segregation.

Safe and Caring Schools

To emphasize respect for all, we have two exciting programs that are sure to inspire! Breaking Barriers is a selection of short documentaries about kids who are breaking gender stereotypes in the world of sports and dance. Let’s Get Real! by Debra Chasnoff is a documentary film about bullying as told by a diverse group of children and youth who share their experiences of being bullied. Let’s Get Real! will include an interactive presentation following the film.

International animation and dramatic shorts

Featuring award-winning films from around the world, these programs centre on themes of friendship, cooperation, and creativity. In the Dare to Be Different! program, being different leads to wonderful discoveries. In the Creative Friendships program, ‘making’ friends takes on new meanings.