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April 10, 2024 – Show Only Performance
Doors Open – 6:00pm
Showtime – 7:30pm

April 11-13, 2024 – Dinner Theatre Performances
Doors Open – 6:00pm
Supper – 7:00pm
Showtime – 8:00pm


Prince Albert Wildlife Federation
Central Avenue North, RM of Buckland 491


Dogbarked written by Saskatchewan playwright and actor James O’Shea had its world premiere at Persephone Theatre in Saskatoon in 2004. It was chose by Dancing Sky Theatre by it’s patron as the show to bring back for their 20th anniversary.

Set in rural Saskatchewan
Dogbarked explores uniquely Saskatchewan themes about the contrast between rural and urban cultures.

The story follows two brothers, farmers who are struggling to make ends meet with their gas station after a highway was rerouted from the town, cutting down on traffic and profit.
The brothers spend their days drinking beer and thinking up new money-making schemes.
On one particular day we find them trying to come up with a name for the town, and the name they come up with that they fall in love with is Dogbarked. On the same day, two television producers driving from Toronto to Vancouver break down near Dogbarked.

The play explores what happens when their two worlds collide. There’s a bit clash of big city urban Canadian culture suddenly hitting the bare prairie and the two farmers. It also touches upon that eternal Saskatchewan tension of leaving or staying.