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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 Matthew Stefanson at 306-652-6556 x 4 to make alternate arrangements.

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Welcome to The Scene 2017!

March 7-9, 2017

We’ve searched high and low for inspiring programs that will complement your school curriculum.

The Power of Storytelling

Join us for a storytelling presentation with members of the Gordon Tootoosis Nīkānīwin Theatre to learn about the importance of creating and sharing Indigenous stories for all audiences.

Journey Towards Reconciliation

We are proud to present the documentary film Journey Towards Reconciliation, a project of Miyo Pimatisiwin Productions who supported a group of Indigenous youth in their personal journeys as they learned about the history of the residential schools and their personal connection to the legacy.

Creativity, Friendship, and Cultural Awareness

Our shorts programs are so popular they’ve become a regular feature at The Scene. Destination Imagination celebrates quirky and inventive characters. Family and Friendship demonstrates the importance of family, friendship, and a good sense of humour. Being Me highlights youth from around the world who show us what it means to face life’s challenges and be true to ourselves.

See you at The Scene!!