This will be our 49th year of performances for "The Trial of Louis Riel".  We are the longest running historical dramatic theatrical production in North America.  John Coulter wrote the play as part of a Centennial project in 1967.  It's based on the actual transcripts of the famous "Trial of Louis Riel", in Regina, SK of 1885.  The issues surrounding the trial, such as: justice, land, language, race, and religion are all still very much alive today.
The play is performed for one week in May for all of the schools in Saskatchewan for a total of 5 shows.  As well, there are 3 weeks of performances in the summer for the public.  These are the last 3 weeks of July for a total of 9 shows, approximately 1 hour and 45 minutes long.  All performances are in the Royal Saskatchewan Museum in Regina, SK. 
Everyone is invited to stay after the show to ask questions or take pictures of the actors or with the actors.



                                          "The Trial of Louis Riel" is also available to do performances upon request.

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