The Guild Hall

27 14th Avenue, Whitehorse, Yukon Y1A 6K9

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27 14th Avenue, Whitehorse, Yukon Y1A 6K9
Wheelchair Access
Live Music & Concerts


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    Issue: 2017-03-15, PHOTO: Cosenti Graf-Smith

    Splattering Comedy

    Whitehorse, it seems, has such an insatiable appetite for high-camp horror that the Guild Theatre has added another week to its run of Evil Dead: The Musical. The spring break-themed romp comes with a caution: if you intend to sit in the first few...

    Mar. 15, 2017

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    Issue: 2016-09-15, PHOTO: Jessica Rose

    Roller Coaster

    From Beirut to Buffalo, then Whitehorse. That's how Clare Preuss sums up the summer of 2016 from her standpoint as an itinerant stage director. The Toronto-based actor, choreographer and director is currently in the Yukon to steer the Guild...

    Sep. 15, 2016

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    Issue: 2016-09-08, PHOTO: by Bruce Barrett

    Who’s Line is it Anyway?

    Expect the unexpected. This is good advice for both performers and audience at a typical improv event. Mind you, “typical” is a misnomer for a genre defined by having a unique performance every time. If you’ve ever had a yen to create...

    Sep. 08, 2016

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    Issue: 2016-03-03, PHOTO: Courtesy of the Improv Project

    It’s Not Off Script If There Isn’t A Script

    Theatre-goers, is your relationship with plays getting a little humdrum? Are you looking for more spontaneity in your live-performances? Are you tired of rehearsed scripts, structured plot lines and carefully planned story arcs? Then maybe it’s...

    Mar. 03, 2016

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    Issue: 2015-11-26 PHOTO: Eric Epstein

    The Twelfth Night, Lumbersexualized

    Attention all lovers, poets and dreamers: this holiday season The Bard is returning to the Whitehorse stage. The Guild Hall will launch its second show of the season on Nov. 26 with Shakespeare’s classic comedy Twelfth Night, Or What You Will.

    Nov. 26, 2015

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    Issue: 2015-09-24 PHOTO: Jason Westover

    How did Charlie Brown and his friends make out?

    On October 1st The Guild Hall Society will kick off its 2015/16 season with Bert V. Royal’s dark comedy Dog Sees God: Confessions of a Teenage Blockhead. The play is considered an unauthorized parody of the iconic Peanuts characters created by...

    Sep. 24, 2015

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    Issue: 2015-03-19 PHOTO: Jason Westover

    Gearing up for Cannibal

    Am I excited. In April I’ll be acting in the Guild Society’s newest play, Cannibal the Musical written by Trey Parker of South Park fame. The show is based on the true story of American prospector, Alferd Packer and his ill-fated expedition into...

    Mar. 19, 2015

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    Issue: 2015-03-12 PHOTO: Reynald Desjardins

    Sibling Revelry

    Brigitte and Caroline Desjardins-Allatt were well into elementary school before learning about their father's musical past — and the instruments stashed in the family garage. "Before he met my mother, he used to play a lot of music with his ex,"...

    Mar. 12, 2015

  • The Guild presents Dedication

    Terrence McNally’s Dedication or the Stuff of Dreams, playing at the Guild Hall until December 6, is a love letter to theatre in an era when it needs all the love it can get.

    Nov. 27, 2014

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    Tyler Kuhn

    Taxicab Theatre

    Nakai's Homegrown Festival travels through a varied terrain of theatre styles and themes.

    May 01, 2014

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    Rick Massie

    Strangely Funny, but True

    No two shows are exactly the same in the Guild's current nine-night run

    Apr. 24, 2014

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    Issue: 2014-02-13, PHOTO: Cathie Archbould

    Family, Change, and Acceptance

    Torontonian Clinton Walker has flown into the Yukon to direct another play at The Guild Hall. The new production The Book of Esther, by Leanna Brodie, is his fifth directorial project in five years up here. And this one hits pretty close to home for

    Feb. 13, 2014


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