DATE: Saturday, May 11
TIME: 6:45 PM
DOORS OPEN: 5:45 PM
LOCATION: Conexus Arts Centre, Shumiatcher Room
General Admission - Seating at Tables of Eight
REGULAR PRICES: $43.14 (Plus Applicable Service Charges)
Please note prices will increase April 1 to $52.84 (Plus Applicable Service Charges)
VIP PACKAGE ADD ON: $92.97 (Plus Applicable Service Charges)
This constitutes an extra fee in addition to your ticket cost. The VIP PACKAGE ADD ON does not include a ticket to the show, patrons wishing to participate in VIP, must also purchase a regular ticket.
The first 100 ticket holders will receive $20.00 gift card the night of the show from Just for You Day Spa!
The VIP is a Meet and Greet opportunity with the comedians after the show.
Please contact our Box Office for wheelchair seating at 306-525-9999.
ON SALE: Monday, February 5 at 12:00 PM
OSI-CAN is a registered Non-Profit and part of the Canadian Mental Health Association Saskatchewan Division program. Tickets are tax deductible through CMHA Saskatchewan Division. Charitable Registration Number: 106864044 RR 0001.
MEET THE COMEDIANS
Glen Foster, 'That Canadian Guy' is an experienced comedian from Ottawa. Glen appeared in his first one hour comedy special, "That Canadian Guy" in 2000. The title was a reference to a joke he made in the show about how people would not remember his name, (but would instead remember "That Canadian Guy" ) since then, the moniker has stuck. Many of his fans don't even know his actual name, but they do know one thing: "That Canadian Guy" is one of the funniest comedians anywhere. Glen's comedy appeals to those who appreciate a more intelligent, but slightly "edgy" brand of humour. His material is mostly clean and always clever, topical and timely, reflecting his own experiences as well as current events and popular culture. Glen has had two one hour Comedy Network specials and has also performed on numerous other television shows including EIGHT appearances with CBC's "Just for Laughs", as well as "The Winnipeg Comedy Festival", "Halifax Comedy Festival", and "The Mike Bullard Show". He can also be heard frequently on CBC Radio's "The Debaters". Glen has released two DVDs and four full length concert CDs, His most recent is "Unchecked".
Cheyenna Sapp, is a local Saskatchewan indigenous woman comedian. Cheyenna Sapp (she/her) is a Nehiyaw Iskwew (Plains Cree Woman) from Little Pine First Nation in Treaty 6 Territory, Saskatchewan. Her performing career took off in 2019 with stand-up comedy, so she began taking acting classes at the University of Saskatchewan while studying for a Bachelor of Arts degree in Indigenous Studies. She graduated from that program in spring of 2023, obtaining both the 4-yr B.A. degree and a wîcêhtowin Theatre 2-yr Certificate. Along with being a stand-up comedian and actor, Cheyenna is a mother, an aunty, and grew up in an Indigenous community to a family with strong cultural ties.