(From left): RuBarb students Reese Nelson and
Sophia Peters, RuBarb teacher Brett Mitchell, RuBarb
students Brooke Zarubin and Alicia Zarubin perform
at the Moose Jaw Cultural Centre May 12, 2017.
RuBarb Productions has found a new space to call home.
Effective June 1, the non-profit theatre company's office is moving out of its current location at 321 Main St. N. and into the Moose Jaw Cultural Centre.
"We have worked very hard in a small amount of space for a long time,” said Evie Koop Sawatzky, artistic director and CEO of RuBarb Productions. “Sometimes we'll have multiple things happening in one big room. So what this means for us is a chance to take the next step and it will allow us to provide more focused classes and also have multiple rehearsals and lessons at the same time without disturbing other students."