Emma June 14-16

a play by Jon Jory
from the novel by Jane Austen

Directed by Ian Elliott

June 14 – 16, 2018
7:00 PM

Fr. O’Donnell Auditorium – St. Thomas More College


General admission $15. Students/youth $8.

Tickets also available from St. Thomas More College Rm. 155 (306-966-8900).  Tickets will be available at the door (cash only).

Produced by special arrangement with Playscripts, Inc.

About the Play

In this crisp, dynamic retelling of Austen’s classic, matchmaker Emma Woodhouse has just moved on to her newest “project” — a sweet, but modest girl named Harriet Smith. Having played matchmaker for her long-time nanny, vivacious Emma is determined to find Harriet an impressive suitor in spite of her lacking social standing. But as Emma becomes entangled in the romantic lives of her friends and acquaintances, she unwittingly falls in love with the least likely of bachelors in this lighthearted tale of gossip, matrimony, and misunderstanding.

A Seussified Christmas Carol!

A Comedy by Peter Bloedel

Directed by Mike de Jong

December 1st – 4th

2:00 PM on Sat/Sun | 7:00 PM on Mon/Tue

Fr. O’Donnell Auditorium in St. Thomas More College (U of S campus)

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$10 general admission
$5 children and students

Purchase tickets from St. Thomas More College 966-8900 or online. A limited number of tickets will be available at the door.

All shows are rush seating.

About the Play

A whimsical reinvention of Dickens’ most beloved Christmas story in wacky rhymed couplets. With zoot fruited juices and binka bird geese, from Bed-Headed Fred to Timmy Loo Hoo, this tale of glorious holiday cheer is similar to something Dr. Seuss might have come up with — if he ever had his way with the story.

Anne of Green Gables

Adapted by Peter DeLaurier
from the novel by L.M. Montgomery

Directed by Richard Medernach

March 14-18 2012
7 PM shows (Wed. – Sat.)
2 PM show (Sunday)

Fr. O’Donnell Auditorium
St. Thomas More College

General Admission $15.00
Students/Seniors/Low Income $10.00
Children (13 and younger) $5.00

All shows are rush seating.


or phone 966-8900.


About the play:
When aging brother and sister Matthew and Marilla Cuthbert send to the orphanage in Nova Scotia for a boy to help them on the farm, they get more than they bargain for. Due to a mix-up, they are instead left with 11-year-old Anne Shirley. Over the course of six years, this romantic, hot-headed, and energetic girl wins their hearts and turns the stodgy, rural Canadian community into a bright world of “kindred spirits.” This swift yet theatrical adaptation of the classic novel is an all-ages crowd pleaser.

The show runs about 2 1/2 hours with an intermission.

Produced by special arrangement with Playscripts, INC. (www.playscripts.com)

Location and Parking

St. Thomas More College (STM) is on the University of Saskatchewan campus at the corner of College Drive and Bottomly Ave.  There is a pay lot just north of STM and there is limited street parking south of College Drive. Find U of S parking information here.

A Christmas Carol: Dec. 2-4

Newman Players is pleased to present  Tony Palermo’s radio-on-stage version of A Christmas Carol.  Directed by Dan Taillon, this very faithful radio drama adaptation of Charles Dickens’ classic story of  Ebenezer Scrooge, Christmas spirits, memory, and redemption is sure to delight audiences. The dialogue of the play is verbatim Dickens but is presented like an old time radio play.


The show runs about 60 minutes long and features live sound effects creation. The show is being recorded and a CD of the production will be available for purchase later in December.

Dates and Times:

December 2nd – show only – 7:30 PM in the Fr. O’Donnell Auditorium

December 3rd – dinner theatre* – 6:30 PM in the St. Thomas More College Cafeteria

December 4th – show only – 2:30 PM in the Fr. O’Donnell Auditorium


Show only $5.00 (Dec. 2 and 4 shows)

*Dinner Theatre $35.00 -must be purchased in advance. (Dec. 3rd show only)
Buffet Menu: chicken parmigiana, honey & thyme roasted root veggies, herb rice pilaf, mixed greens salad with caramelized peaches, roasted Mediterranean vegetable salad, dessert display, coffee, tea, fruit punch.
Cash Bar.

Tickets are available online and from the main office of St. Thomas More College. Phone 966-8900.  Tickets for Dec. 2 and 4 shows will also be available at the door.



Pride and Prejudice

Newman Players is pleased to present John Jory’s stage adaptation of Jane Austen’s classic novel.

All shows are in the Fr. O’Donnell Auditorium and are rush seating.

Shows – November 19, 20, 25, 26, 27  @ 7:00 PM
– November 28 @ 2:00 PM

***Tickets available only at the door now ***

Tickets are also available at the door. Box Office opens 30 minutes before showtime, doors open 20 minutes before showtime.

General admission = $15
Students / Seniors (65+) / Low Income = $10
Children (elementary school) = $5

The show runs about 120 minutes plus there will be an intermission.

Produced by Special arrangement with Playscipts INC., (www.playscripts.com).

A Man for All Seasons – January 2010

Newman Players is proud to present:

Newman Players Logo
A Man for All Seasons Jan 15-24 2010

A Man for All Seasons – by Robert Bolt

Produced by special arrangement with SAMUEL FRENCH INC.

Show Dates & Times

Jan. 15 – 7:00 PM

Jan. 16 – 7:00 PM

Jan. 17 – 2:00 PM matinée

Jan. 22 – 7:00 PM

Jan. 23 – 7:00 PM

Jan. 24 – 2:00 PM matinée

**All shows in the Fr. O’Donnell Auditorium (St. Thomas More College Rm. 140)** Where is STM?

Box office and doors open 45 minutes before the show.

Tickets on sale now! (Tickets available at the door as well)

General Public = $12.00
Students & Seniors = $8.00

To purchase tickets, phone 966-8946 or come to Rm. 146 St. Thomas More College.

rehearsal for A Man For All Seasons, January 2010
Rehearsal for A Man For All Seasons, January 2010

What’s the story about?

A Man for All Seasons is a tragic historical drama depicting the conflict between Sir Thomas More (the Lord Chancellor of England) and King Henry VIII. After Henry fails to get Papal approval for a divorce from Catherine of Aragon, he mandates his subjects to declare him the head of the Church in England. Sir Thomas More cannot in good conscious agree to this. Ultimately convicted of high treason, More is sentenced to death by beheading.

Find a summary of  A Man for All Seasons here.