The Globe Theatre is currently under the leadership of Artistic Director Ruth Smillie, who succeeded Susan Ferley in 1998. Ferley served as Artistic Director of the Globe Theatre from 1990 (when Ken Kramer retired following the death of Sue Kramer) to 1998. Being a non-profit organisation, the Globe Theatre is overseen by a volunteer Board of Directors, elected by the members of the Globe Theatre Society.
Throughout the Kramers' tenure, the Globe Theatre premiered a large number of new works by playwrights Brian Way and Rex Devrell, the latter of whom would go on to publish a book of plays from his time at the Globe Theatre. In more recent years, the Globe Theatre has seen premiers of works by author/playwright Gail Bowen, theatre artist Joey Tremblay, and a variety of young artists through their Shumiatcher Sandbox Series.
With an annual operating budget of roughly two million dollars, The Globe Theatre is Saskatchewan's largest professional theatre company, programming as many as ten productions between its mainstage season and Shumiatcher Sandbox Series. The Globe Theatre's IPSCO Mainstage is Canada's only permanent, professional "theatre-in-the-round", seating 406 patrons. Globe Theatre is a member of PACT (Professional Association of Canadian Theatres, and engages its stage management, actors, and artists under the Canadian Theatre Agreement (CTA) through the Canadian Actors' Equity Association.
The Globe Theatre is greatly involved in the development of new talent, and boasts a popular theatre school program for children and adolescents, and an actor conservatory program for adults, to train the next series of professional actors and develop a company within the Regina area.