SNTCSwaziland National Trust Commission (nature and culture conservation)
SNTCSaskatchewan Native Theatre Company (Canada)
SNTCShuswap Nation Tribal Council (est. 1980)
SNTCSanta Clara (city; California)
SNTCSystem for Naval Target Control
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With the SNTC, Peeteetuce is gearing up for the season opening play, which he wrote.
I had great respect and admiration for SNTC and the work they did.
He started with SNTC in 2001 with their Circle of Voices Program.
After the preliminary meetings with Legal Aid and SNTC, the play was written, in workshops by actors and writers, rehearsals and a tour schedule set over a period of a year, said King.
They both impress me to this day and are active here at SNTC. Those performances made a deep impact on my love of magic realism on stage."
are traded on NASDAQ Stockholm under the symbol "SNTC."
He added that it's a change from the characters he usually plays in other SNTC productions
That's the spin a play called Are We There Yet?--developed in Alberta and newly adapted for Aboriginal audiences by the Saskatchewan Native Theatre Company (SNTC)--takes on sex education: teaching kids the practical "rules of the road" of sexual relationships so they can make the choices that are right for them.
At the onset of January, the Saskatchewan Native Theatre Company (SNTC) hired a new general manager.
Written and directed by Curtis Peeteetuce of the Sask Native Theatre Company (SNTC), the play uses four actors to portray nine characters, all bring the house down with their acting, lines, and physical comedy.
Saskatchewan Native Theatre Company (SNTC) performed their annual "Rez Sisters" Christmas Play this year, a revamped version of a play from the beginning of what has become an annual tradition for many.
The distinct advantage of the partnership is the unique nature of SNTC being a community-based company who employ youth from the community.