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Shakespeare on the Saskatchewan Festival (SOTS) has been producing the works of Shakespeare on the banks of the South Saskatchewan River since 1985. We attract visitors from across the province, the country, and the world. We strive to create a warm, relaxing, and inviting atmosphere for our patrons so they can truly enjoy their theatrical experience. 

We are now accepting applications for:

Director of Marketing & Development  


We are excited to offer this amazing opportunity for a full time year round position at SOTS!
Thank you to our outgoing Director of Marketing and Development Alan Long for growing and adapting as this position has evolved over the last few years and for setting up the next generation of arts administrators for success.
The successful candidate will be encouraged to dive in and make this position their own, to continue the many great relationships SOTS has in the community, and to bring their own vision to help us connect with new audiences and form new partnerships for the future. 
To view the full job posting and for information on how to submit an application please click HERE


SOTS values diversity in its workforce and invites applications from all qualified candidates. If you need accommodation at any stage of the application process, please do not hesitate to make a request.

Call for Proposals

The Indigenous Steering Committee for Shakespeare on the Saskatchewan (SOTS) is seeking a skilled researcher and storyteller to create and assemble written content for a set of Interpretive Panels to be installed on the new Shakespeare on the Saskatchewan Festival site in the late summer or fall of 2021.  The work would begin as soon as possible with a final draft deadline of June 15, 2021.

The Indigenous Interpretive Panel Steering Committee is comprised of First Nations and Métis community members who created the following mission:

"To share our stories by the river, of the river and its people — past, present, and future — as storytelling is our nature and our nature is our story.” 

tawā - dąyą́ wacímnaga – tawāw - nuhha ho?ą - T̄aƞyaƞ yahip̄I – welcome!


The panels will be located on the riverside pathway that passes through the SOTS site and next to the “Contemplation Circle,” an architectural installation featuring the words for welcome in the Indigenous languages of Treaty Six Territory and the homeland of the Métis.


The complete call for proposals can be found HERE



  • Vic DuboisChair of the Board
  • Rick EwenVice-Chair
  • Colin TaylorTreasurer
  • Dawn MannSecretary


  • Carlynn Block
  • Julia Ewing
  • Leslie Fenyes
  • Della Marshall
  • Peter Robinson
  • Roger Schmid
  • Julie Ann Wriston

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