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Globe Theatre presents: Shrek the Musical - Relaxed Performance

2 p.m. on June 2, 2018, at the Globe Theatre, 1801 Scarth Street, Regina.

The environment for a Relaxed Performance is adapted in a variety of ways in order to reduce anxiety and ensure a safe and enjoyable live theatre experience for all. There will be a relaxed attitude to noise from the audience, the house lights in the theatre will remain on throughout the show to mitigate the shifts in the theatrical lighting cues, patrons are welcome to use sound blocking headphones if sound cues and applause are difficult to manage, and audience members are free to leave and re-enter the theatre at any point by taking the stairs up to the third floor. There will be additional staff on hand to assist with seating and access around the theatre. There will also be a Quiet Room, a space for audience members who need a bit of quiet time before, during, and after the performance. 

Show synopsis:

Based on the hit DreamWorks Animation family film, Shrek The Musical follows everyone’s favourite grumpy ogre and his wise-cracking sidekick Donkey as they embark on an adventure to rescue the feisty Princess Fiona. Throw in a love-sick, fire-breathing dragon, a short-tempered villain and a gang of fairy-tale misfits and you’ve got the biggest, brightest musical comedy around. Production proudly sponsored by ISC.

For more information on the show, visit the Facebook eventpage, their website, or contact the Globe Theatre Box Office directly at 306.525.6400. 

Thrive Walk-In Counselling

Family Service Regina has launched a free mental health service, Thrive Walk-In Counselling, posted in three locations throughout Regina to help improve our community’s access to managing mental health issues.


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Video Self-Modeling (VSM): A Strength-Based Strategy to Support Children With ASD Make Transitions

Research project from University of Regina:

If your child is between the ages of 5 and 12, has a diagnosis of ASD and is experiencing issues with transitions, please contact:

Jane Powell at 306-586-3157 or Jane@uregina.ca

Please Note:

If you do not have an iPad and wish to participate, one will be provided to you. If VSM helps support your child's transitions, an iPad will be left with you so you can continue using VSM.

Manga Club: Regina Public Library, Central Location

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