Theatre

  • Arts briefs

    A dark day for the arts // A flurry of laughs // A dance double-feature // A concert in the sky(walk) // An intuitive art exhibition // A call for Prairie art books

  • Arts briefs

    Dead films come to life // Last call for WUFF submissions // Art through contemplation // Beading for your sweetheart // Stone-cold connections // The Mountaintop @ Royal MTC

  • Arts briefs

    Romeo, save me // Black and Proud/Noir et Fier // Art with teeth // Celebrate Palentine’s Day // Talking climate // Embracing winter through song

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    Drag 101 // Diasporic tales @ PTE // Putting their art and soul into it // Digging up vinyl treasures // Winnipeg 150 Community Celebration Grant // A musical Happy Medium

  • Reinventing the ring

    Attending your first professional wrestling match is a bit like attending a Rocky Horror Picture Show screening.

    You have to see it live. You can never fully anticipate it. And, often, it’s best to go in blind.

  • Arts Briefs

    Lights on the Exchange returns // Gabs Sings Babs // Agrarian After Dark // RMTC and TPM present among men // Celebrating the work of Alvin // Royal Winnipeg Ballet hosting auditions Pauls

  • Dread who’s coming to dinner

    Dinner parties can be a social minefield on a good evening. A festive atmosphere combined with expected decorum and free-flowing wine can be a recipe for disaster – which makes it all the more relieving, and amusing, when one can step back and simply watch it unfold.

  • Arts Briefs

    To Create Context @ aceartinc. // Film training for newcomers to Canada // Making art spaces accessible // Music ‘N’ Mavens returns // gastropoetics @ PLATFORM // Royal MTC honours Carole King

  • Ma-Buhay! places Filipino excellence centre stage

    A “gut feeling” kicked off one of Rainbow Stage’s most ambitious projects to date. “It is exhilarating to witness the creation of something this big and wonder how our city will respond to it,” Carson Nattrass, artistic director at Rainbow Stage, says about Ma-Buhay!.

  • Arts briefs

    Rachmaninoff’s 150th birthday celebration // A movie you can dance to // Theatrical connections // Sound of Music @ Royal MTC // On the future of Black art in Canada // Celebrating labour and the arts

  • Weaving Métis stories through song

    Six years ago, during a 10,000-kilometre research trip across the M.tis homeland, Dr. Suzanne Steele, a M.tis librettist, poet and scholar, came across a historical love affair that would define her artistic life for the next several years.

  • Thoroughly modern milliner

    Tucked away in a quiet corner at the Winnipeg Art Gallery and Qaumajuq’s 2023 CRAFTED show, couture milliner Helen Gair of Helen Gair Millinery selects a red beret from her display and carefully places it on the head of a curious attendee.

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    Sell your goods at Folk Fest // Artist talk: Kim Kitchen // Support your local circus // The Waltz @ PTE // Made in the Middle Craft Market // Dark Ice @ the WAG

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    Have your say downtown // Garrett Neiles EP show // Get Hyper // WJT’s comedic opening // The Sound of Unity 2.0 // Li Keur: Riel’s Heart of the North

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    Peaceful reflections @ cre8ery // MAWA reading group // Talking architecture // Celebrating Manitoba country // they tried to bury us // Coup de Coeur Francophone

  • Pulling (and slamming) the strings

    All work and no play can turn the best a bit dull. A local puppet collective hopes to give grownups the gift of fun with the help of marionette controllers and a little imagination.

  • Critipeg: Clue

    Plays at the Royal Manitoba Theatre Centre until Nov. 11

  • What sweet music they make!

    In the 70-year history of Rainbow Stage, the theatre company has presented countless enduring classics, much to Winnipeggers’ delight. It seemed about time for a change.

  • Walk the ground, share the land

    The body, movement, the earth: seemingly disparate elements, to those not in the know.

    Visual artist Jaime Black-Morsette and the Young Lungs Dance Exchange (YLDE), a non-profit dance organization, are collaborating in an attempt to strengthen the connections between people’s bodies and the land.

  • A night of legendary laughs and Shenanigans

    Lucille Ball, Joan Rivers and Carol Burnett will soon take the stage in Winnipeg – or at least their characters will.

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