The Circle of Voices (COV) Program provides a safe environment to explore creativity. Its purpose is to assist aspiring artists in strengthening self-confidence and cultural awareness while developing professional skills, and provide an experience where youth can work with and among professionals in the theatre industry. Participants receive training in all aspects of theatre, attend workshops by local artists and COV alumni, attend plays, meet production teams and other theatre professionals in Saskatoon’s diverse theatre scene and l­earn the skills needed to put on a full-scale production. GTNT employs an Elder as a cultural leader, consultant and teacher who works with COV youth on language, personal and spiritual development.

You can download an application here

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The Playhouse Program is a GTNT outreach initiative funded by the City of Saskatoon Community Grant and sponsored by SaskTel. Intended for inner city schools, this program is a six month performing arts project for youth Grades 4-6 that provides a weekly half hour class over the noon hour involving theatre games, exercises and activities led by a GTNT facilitator. At the end of the program, students perform a talent showcase for an audience of peers, friends and family at Studio 914.


– Nourish young student’s interests in the performing arts

– To share the values of respect, courage, participation and teamwork

– To teach and nurture artistic expression and creativity

This Program will begin in January


Theatre@Noon is a drama program for ages 12 and up held every Tuesday and Thursday at Studio 914 on 20th Street West. Theatre@Noon runs until March 18, 2016. Participating youth will experience the arts in a safe and fun environment that involves all sorts of theatre games, a cultural component, and occasional workshop visitors. Snacks will be provided at the start of every program!

This program is now closed and will be unavailable until further notice.

Aboriginal ARTS Fundraiser

GTNT’s annual Indigenous Art Auction Fundraiser is presented in partnership with Ernie Scoles, owner of Scoles Fine Arts and Framing, who donates his time to curate the collection for the auction and frames each piece donated. In the past we’ve received pieces from acclaimed artists such as Alex Janvier, Alan Syliboy, Jerry Whitehead, Neepin Auger, Garry Meeches, Irvin Head, Lloyd Pinay, Sweetpea Starr, Kevin PeeAce, Dawn Marchand, Clarence Kapay and many more. The Sheraton Cavalier donates the rental of its beautiful Top of the Inn for the event.

GTNT’s next Indigenous Art Auction Fundraiser will take place on February , 2017. Proceeds from the event will go toward 2017-2018 GTNT season programming, including Circle of Voices.