Arts briefs

Time to Plé

The multilingual Plé collective premiered Plé on March 24. This online theatre production incorporates French,  English and ASL in a groundbreaking play that explores the ways in which language makes us different and how it makes us the same. Find out more on how to Plé at and purchase tickets at

Popping up at Théâtre Cercle Molière

Théâtre Cercle Molière is (virtually) hosting a series of events featuring multidisciplinary French artists. On March 27, they host a live Zoom reading of Sous les tilleuls by Manitoba playwright Bertrand Nayet. Find out more at about these readings and other upcoming Pop Up events.

Virtual adult music classes 

Manitoba Conservatory of Music and Arts is offering several courses for children and adults. Teachers include Lindsey White, Andrea Ratuski and John Einarsen. Sign up for these classes and find out more about Manitoba Conservatory of Music events at

These HUNKS have some Mouth Beef

Beloved Winnipeg sketch troupe HUNKS, featuring members Rory Fallis, Tim Gray, Matt Nightingale and Dana Smith, release their debut comedy album on April 1. Mouth Beef is six years in the making and recorded in the before times, when people were able to gather and laugh. Purchase Mouth Beef at or listen to it online.

The Laramie Project

Manitoba Theatre for Young People’s Young Company presents The Laramie Project on March 26 and 27. The play, an original production of the Tectonic Theatre, is about the murder of Matthew Shepard in Laramie, Wyo. Book tickets for this free event at

Manitoba Accessible Sport Trivia Night

On Monday, March 27, Accessible Sport Manitoba hosts the Manitoba Accessible Sport Trivia Night. Sign up to test your knowledge of accessible Manitoba sports though the Accessible Sport Manitoba Facebook page. A Zoom link will be sent to participants the day of the event, which starts at 7 p.m.

Published in Volume 75, Number 23 of The Uniter (March 25, 2021)

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