Winnipeg exists in an odd cultural space; we’re self-deprecating but have fierce hometown pride.
After a well-received run at the Winnipeg Fringe Festival this summer, the experimental one-woman show Heavenly Bodies is being revived.
Winnipeg audiences will soon have the chance to attend a unique theatre piece - but they won’t be able to see it.
Winnipeg is known for its many haunted locations. This month, the public can visit these places and hear the stories – and perhaps have a first-hand experience.
If you’ve always wanted to take part in a murder investigation, here’s your chance. Fort la Reine Museum in Portage la Prairie will host its annual Murder at the Museum for two weekends in September.
Art City clay on display // More Indigenous art at the WAG // Circle of Life Thunderbird House Fundraiser // Vegan SMACDOWN // JJ Neepin selected for apprenticeship // Wall-to-Wall presents Hotel Room
PechaKucha, an event with an innovation presentation format, is marking its 31st evening in Winnipeg on Sept. 14 at The Park Theatre.
New Point Douglas mural // FemFest 2017 // Accalia Robertson recieves grant // Syrian newcomer youth theatre // Greys Anatomy trivia night
July 26 to 28 // Bringing dance to the outdoor stage
July 19 to 30 // Filling the lineup and the seats
Singer/songwriter Khari Wendell McClelland co-created a show featuring the songs his great-great-great grandmother Kizzy likely sang on her escape to Canada through the Underground Railway.
Hand to God runs at Royal Manitoba Theatre Centre’s Tom Hendry Warehouse until Feb. 11.
Winnipeg Studio Theatre’s presentation of American Idiot comes at a time when Canadians can relate to angsty lyrics about a country divided.
Modern audiences can explore classic crime fiction, mystery and plot twists at Christie Fest.
Manitoba Theatre for Young People’s (MTYP) newest play, Dib and Dob and the Journey Home, demonstrates how a piece of art can attempt to positively affect people and their relationships.
1. Shrek the Musical
2. Heavenly Bodies (Gislina Patterson)
3. zahgidiwin/love (Frances Koncan)
Royal Manitoba Theatre Centre’s (MTC) production of The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night Time is a perfect example of a show trying (and mostly succeeding) to have its cake and eat it too.
The Girls! Girls! Girls! 12th annual fundraiser gala in support of the Gas Station Arts Centre will, as always, showcase female-identifying artists from many disciplines in varying stages of their creative development.
Nobody in their right mind would call me cultured.
Theatre Projects Manitoba Salons offer a taste of new projects