Enabling arts. Enabling artists. Enabling inclusivity.
The Other Ordinary
An ensemble cast brought together through a University of Regina theatre class imagined into reality by Kathleen Irwin: Devising Inclusive Theatre. This dynamic group of performers became a welcomed addition to the Listen to Dis Community Arts Organization in 2015.
The Other Ordinary is proud and excited to be presenting Mine to Have: Sensuality and Circumstances at Live Five in Saskatoon from Mar. 20th – 22nd & 26th – 29th, 2020
Pay-what-you-can Preview Mar. 19th. Thursday through Saturday @ 8pm, Sundays @ 2pm.
From the creators of Neither Heroes Nor Ordinary People comes an edgy, sexy, romp of an exploration that reveals how relationships flourish, fall apart, and survive in a world that denies body autonomy and pleasure. Created by Canada's only crip theatre company, this show and its personal quests for intimacy will draw you in like a lover and leave you wanting more.
Plays at Studio 914 (914 20th Street W) Saskatoon
Culture Days Promo
Mine to Have Trailer
Three images of artists in the Artesian, some standing, some lying down, others in power chair wheeling around. The images are from rehearsals in a bright lit, wooden floored, former church.