COLUMN: Linda Jensen — June 12, 2014

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Our Fall Season has created a lot of excitement in the community since the Season Preview on June 4.  Subscription series have been on sale since the preview.  Single ticket sales begin on June 17 for all shows. To purchase tickets, please call 306 765 1270, come down to the Box Office or purchase on line at

The advertising campaign is well underway.  The contribution of local businesses who support the E.A. Rawlinson Centre as advertising sponsors allows the Centre to continue to provide world class quality entertainment. There are a variety of packages available for purchase.

For more information or to join the many Prince Albert businesses that support the E. A. Rawlinson Centre as advertising sponsors call Linda Jensen at 306-765-1274. 

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This weekend there is some great entertainment on stage at the Olive and John Diefenbaker Theatre.

On Saturday, June 14, as part of a celebration of their 50th Anniversary, Kin Enterprises proudly presents comedian Brent Butt. Brent Butt was born in Tisdale. 

While he was in school he honed his comedy skills. At 20, he moved to the city to embark on his career as a standup comedian. Soon after, he was headlining in some of the top comedy clubs in Toronto. 

His popularity spread and in a few years he was performing at major international festivals. He secured some television specials which were highly touted and he was soon looked at as one of the funniest people in the country. 

His sitcom, “Corner Gas,” was an instant hit.  It was shown in 26 countries including the United States. He is now working on a full length ‘Corner Gas’ movie which will be shot in Saskatchewan.

The June 14 event will include a Kin Enterprises 50th Anniversary presentation, a silent auction, opening comedian act and, of course, Brent Butt's performance.  The proceeds of this event will go to the KIN Enterprises building fund.

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On June 15, Abiding Lines Dance Company presents ‘Behind the Flapper’s Fringe. Abiding Lines Dance Company includes 25 of the province’s most talented dancers. Artistic Director Kara Dubyk has put together this concert which is set in the roaring ’20s.

The production is a love story which will captivate the audience with an emotional roller coaster ride. Tickets are available at EconoLumber, The Performing Arts Warehouse and Bold Dance Productions and on-line at

See you in the theatre.

Organizations: E. A. Rawlinson Centre, Kin Enterprises 50th Anniversary, Box Office Prince Albert Olive and John Diefenbaker Theatre Abiding Lines Dance Company The Performing Arts Warehouse

Geographic location: Tisdale, Toronto, United States Saskatchewan

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