Welcome to Broadway North


We believe arts education is an important asset to all youth and strive to bring exciting and new learning opportunities through the instruction from professionals in the fields of music, dance and drama.

Broadway North provides arts education programming to students ages 7 – 18 years old. There are currently two programs offered during the year, a week long camp in the summer and a 3.5-month musical theatre based program in the fall.

Juniors: 7-8 years old
Intermediates: 9-11 years old
Seniors: 12-18 years old

To learn more about us feel free to e-mail us


Summer Intensive

August 13th – 17th 2018

Juniors: half days 9am – 12pm
Inters/Seniors: full days 9am – 4pm (supervised lunch break)

Summer Intensive is a week-long program which gives students a crash course in the world of theatre focusing on musical theatre basics. Each age group takes morning classes in music, dance and drama. Afternoons our Intermediate and Senior students alternate between classes and specialized musical theatre workshops! Students explore, create, and imagine their way through the week with fun, interactive lessons! All students will receive a program t-shirt.

Music: Classes focus on teaching our students singing technique, breath control, diction and more through classic and a up and coming musical songs.
Dance: Classes focus on learning choreography to a variety of songs in a variety of styles, while teaching musical theatre stage basics.
Drama: Classes focus on getting creative by learning improvisational skills, speech arts, character building and theatre vocab basics.

Fall Semester and Show

Classes/Rehearsals: September 8th – November 24th
9am – 12pm
(except Thanksgiving and Remembrance Day Long weekends)
Tech Week: November 26th – 29th
4pm – 830pm
Shows: November 30th - December 8th 2018 (6 Matinees and 4 Evening Performances)
Matiness 10am / Evenings 730pm

All Students: 9am – 12pm
Students called per Rehearsal Schedule: 12:45pm – 430pm (supervised lunch break)

The semester is based around a musical theatre production where students will get to work in a professional atmosphere with a production team, sound, lighting, microphones, set, costumes, props and more! The rehearsals are divided into Saturday morning classes (music, choreography and drama) and afternoon stage rehearsals for blocking the show. All Saturdays are scheduled in advance so students know when they need to attend afternoon blocking/choreography/music rehearsals. While all students will be participating in the play, auditions are held internally at the beginning of the program to decide lead parts in the production. If you do not audition you are part of the chorus. All students will receive a show t-shirt and a recorded digital version of the show.


Laura Hopper

Program Director/Stage Manager

Laura is the Front of House Manager and Volunteer Coordinator at the EA Rawlinson Centre for the Arts. She is also a freelance Stage Manager, working over a decade in the field. No stranger to Broadway North, she believes in the importance that arts education has on youth and is thrilled to be taking on the roll of Program Director. She has stage managed 4 shows with the company, Beauty & the Beast JR, Peter Pan JR Shrek JR, and Elf JR. Other stage management credits include Marg Skaluba: Pissy’s Wife, Mary’s Wedding, Macbeth, Rez Sisters, And Then There Were None, Hockey Mum/Hockey Dad (Spark Theatre), Peter Pan Jr (Keyano Theatre) Noises Off, Dracula, Sexy Laundry, Blood Relations, He Said/She Said, The 39 Steps, A Walk in the Park, Strawberries in January, The Tomorrow Box, The Sunshine Boys, Murder for Rent (Odyssey Productions).

Being versatile in theatre is deemed important and Laura works as a Music Designer, having created the music-scape for 13 shows (Spark Theatre, Keayno Theatre, Odyssey Productions). Furthermore, she recently took on her first show as Set Designer with, Mary’s Wedding (Spark Theatre).

Laura is a college graduate of Recreation and Tourism Management (Diploma) and Office Education (Certificate) from SIAST (SaskPoly Tech). She has devoted her schooling and years of experience working in the arts to the Arts industry. She sits on the Recreation and Community Development Advisory Board, her former college program as an industry advisor and is a board member of the Prince Albert Arts Board. Laura has worked with numerous provincial and community groups throughout the years, a highlight being the Coordinator of the Saskatchewan Winter Games Torch Relay.

Roxanne Dicke

Drama/Show Director

Roxanne has been a director and theatre educator for 20 years. Past directing credits include Mary’s Wedding, Macbeth, Vagina Monologues, Rez Sisters, And Then There Were None, Hockey Mom, Hockey Dad (Spark Theatre), Noises Off, Dracula, Sexy Laundry, Blood Relations, The 39 Steps, Strangers Among Us, Strawberries in January (Odyssey Productions), Mending Fences (E.A. Rawlinson Centre), Elf Jr., Little Mermaid, Beauty and the Beast, Peter Pan, Shrek Jr. (Broadway North), Peter Pan Jr., Run For Your Wife, Aladdin, Little Mermaid, Jungle Book, Pageant, Brighton Beach Memoirs and Les Belles Soeurs (Keyano Theatre), The Laramie Project, Possible Worlds, How I Learned to Drive, The Trial of Judith K., Home Free (Studio 99).

She is also interested in the interdisciplinary approach to theatre and performance, and wrote and performed a Spoken Word piece entitled “Home” for an art opening of Marcia Fuller’s work at Studio C in Calgary. She recently performed for Sum Theatre, Saskatoon, in a theatre piece for the Restorative Justice Conference. Presently she teaches theatre for First Nations University, University of Saskatchewan, SUNTEP, University of Regina, and Broadway North.

Roxanne was an instructor and director at Keyano College (Fort McMurray), Grande Prairie Regional College, and Head Acting Instructor at Edna Manley College of Visual and Performing Arts in Kingston, Jamaica. Roxanne holds a BFA in Drama in Performance (University of Lethbridge), an MA in Drama (University of Guelph), and a Masters of Teaching (University of Calgary). She is currently the Artistic Consultant for Keyano Theatre (Fort McMurray) and is the Chair of the Prince Albert Arts Board. She is also proudly the Artistic Director for Spark Theatre. Roxanne is thrilled to be teaching and directing for Broadway North.

Karen Langlois

Music Director

Originally from La Ronge, SK, Karen grew up playing the piano and singing with her mom and sister at home and church. Throughout her early years she studied voice and piano with Cheryl Tradewell.

Karen went on to obtain a Bachelor of Music degree with Great Distinction in Vocal Performance from the University of Saskatchewan, studying under Janice Paterson. She later went on to complete the Associate Diploma in Piano Performance from Trinity College of London. She is currently a member of the SRMTA and has been active with the local Prince Albert Kiwanis Music Festival board as both vocal coordinator and piano scholarship coordinator.

Karen keeps busy maintaining a private voice, piano, theory and history studio of over 50 students, several of whom have received gold medals for their exam work with the Royal Conservatory of Music. She has both directed and accompanied children’s choirs in the past. In the summer, Karen and her husband host an intensive Theory School where students have the opportunity to learn one grade of rudiments in a five-day period.

Musical theatre has always been a great love. Karen currently teaches music through Broadway North Theatre Company’s musical theatre program for youth and teens. She has also directed the music for Broadway North Theatre Company’s Alice in Wonderland Jr., Elf Jr., Peter Pan Jr., Beauty and the Beast Jr., The Little Mermaid Jr., Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory Jr., Aladdin Jr. and Annie. Past performing credits include Summer Stock performances of Vi Moore in Footloose, Laurie in Oklahoma, Miss Marian Paroo in The Music Man, Hodel in Fiddler on the Roof and Grace Bradley in The Best Christmas Pageant Ever.

Karen currently resides in Prince Albert with her husband Mike and kitty Poco.

Stephanie Lokinger


Stephanie is a registered teacher of the Royal Academy of Dance (RAD RTS) and ADAPT (TTS). She has completed her Advanced 1 RAD, and has trained all over Saskatchewan, France, Vancouver, Toronto and Calgary.

Fluent in French, Stephanie’s second language was useful in her dance endeavours. She started her career working as a professional dancer with Allegro Resorts in the Dominican Republic and Aruba. She performed nightly shows as well as promotional shows (Caracas, Venezuela) with an international dance team comprised of dancers from all over Europe and South America and led by Russian Choreographer, Euvgneya Kaluguina.

Stephanie has been teaching dancing in Prince Albert for the last 13 years where she resides with her husband and two children. She is committed to professional development and continues her training in Acrobatiques, Ballet and Jazz while raising her family and teaching at Birch Hills Dance Centre.
Stephanie is excited to share dance with her community and is thrilled to be a part of the on going tradition of Broadway North. She hopes to see the performing arts continue to flourish in Northern Saskatchewan

Melissa Cournoyer

Assistant Choreographer

Melissa was born and raised in Prince Albert, Sk where dance was always a huge part of her life. Being a part of Dance, Drama and The Arts in a community she grew up in has always been a dream of hers.

Melissa’s foundation and training began in Wadena at a young age. She later moved back to Prince Albert and continued her training competitively with the Performing Arts Warehouse. It didn’t take her long to figure out that this was always going to be a huge part of her life. She dedicated countless hours and became apart of an amazing dance and theatre family.

Melissa is a well rounded dancer and performer in all disciplines from Ballet/Pointe, Tap, Jazz, Hip Hop, Lyrical, Modern and Musical Theatre.
She spent 5 years teaching recreational and competitive dancing with the Performing Arts Warehouse before she took a break to raise her family. Throughout her teaching career with The Performing Arts Warehouse, Melissa’s choreography has taken home numerous awards such as adjudicators choice and Choreography awards. Throughout her childhood she also took part in Broadway North’s Productions such as; Cinderella, Annie, Footloose and was a part of Prince Alberts Centennial Celebration “But its a Dry Cold”.

Melissa has always believed in giving back. She dedicated any extra time she has had by giving back to the community and teaching dance to vulnerable students and populations in local and surrounding schools, communities and organizations.

Additionally, Melissa trained for a short period with Prince Albert’s Barb Jones and Crissy Sutherland with the National Modern Dance Theatre from 2006-2008. Melissa also spent some time in Winnipeg, MB and then Edmonton, AB where she trained in Street and Hip Hop to expand her repertoire. This is where Melissa had the opportunity to train with two Hip Hop Companies; FLYGRLZ Co. and Eye Candy Co. It was during this time she was fortunate enough to receive many performance awards and training opportunities from renowned artists across the country.

Melissa has always had a passion for theatre. She believes it is where the real magic happens. Some of her fondest memories are with the Broadway North Family where as a child she gained performance and training opportunity in a semi-professional capacity but also made lifetime memories and friendships. Melissa is thrilled to be back and on board with Broadway North. She will be taking on the role as an Assistant Choreographer alongside Choreographer Stephanie Lokinger for this seasons fall program Mary Poppins!





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