Audience Chamber


Vic Juba Community Theatre is located in Canada's Border City of Lloydminster, Alberta/Saskatchewan. Our 550-seat performing arts venue can stage concerts, dance festivals, the symphony, theatrical productions, conventions, lectures, graduation ceremonies, corporate functions, receptions, product launches, memorial services, and weddings. 



The operation of Vic Juba Community Theatre is managed by a non-profit organization that is incorporated as a Society in the province of Alberta. The Board of Directors consists of 12 individuals from the community. To assist in the operation and funding of the facility, Vic Juba Community Theatre receives an annual subsidy from the City of Lloydminster which amounts to 24% of the annual budget. We have also entered into a successful long-term agreement for rental of our facility with Lloydminster Public School Division and Lloydminster Catholic School Division. The staff at our facility consists of 4 permanent full-time, 2 permanent part-time, 9 permanent event-based employees, and 2 contract staff members. Volunteers assist at our events with the running of the coat check, bar and concession, artist merchandise sales, and working as ushers. Volunteers can also assist us with the distribution of our season brochure and event posters.



Celebrating our success by presenting diverse programming while encouraging the arts as an essential component of our community.


Mission Statement

Provide exceptional experiences through partnerships, sponsorships and rentals that showcase events for our community.



Vic Juba Community Theatre values integrity, excellence and building strong partnerships.



Our organization hosts over 175 event days per year for rental clients on the "Ulmer Chev Stage." Vic Juba Community Theatre presents about 8 to 12 events each year within the "Dr. H. A. McDonald Season." The majority of the events at our facility are "presented by" our rental clients including concert promoters, local businesses, and local non-profit organizations. 



   Architect: Friggstad Downing and Henry

   Consultant: Richard Shick of Shick Shiner and Associates

   Construction: Wolfe Construction

   Official Opening: March 21, 2002