A day in the life of a Fringe reviewer

A day in the life of a Fringe reviewer

The Fringe – a potpourri in celebration of live theatre – is but one reason Winnipeg is known as ‘Culture Capital of Canada’.

Accompanianist Rob Lindey and author/performer Anthony Audain with theatre critic, Michelle.

“Tales of Foreign Lands and People” reveals good in others

Every adult should take in at least one Kids Fringe show to appreciate the range of subject areas at this year’s Festival.

"Forget Me Not: The Alzheimer's Whodunnit" captivates audiences

“Forget Me Not: The Alzheimer’s Whodunnit” captivates audiences

Talented raconteur’s Fringe play reminds us that “The people with the worst memories still tend to be the most forgotten about.”

Unconventional "4.48 Psychosis" more public service than entertainment

Unconventional “4.48 Psychosis” more public service than entertainment

Fringe play increases awareness of what mental illness can do to a person.

"Trued on a Base Story" focused on boundaries, protecting children

“Trued on a Base Story” focused on boundaries, protecting children

John Sadoway wrestles with the brutal reality that the relationship he built his life around was a complete lie.

"Waiting For The Parade" offers unique perspective on WWII

“Waiting For The Parade” offers unique perspective on WWII

Shoestring Players excellent production uses dialogue and music to reveal the effects of war on wives and mothers.

What I got.

“Scientist Turned Comedian” a reminder to not quit the day job

Attempt at making science funny falls short in Fringe performance that lacks comedic talent.

Joe Job offers many lessons

Joe Job offers many lessons

Fringe show gets it right as sold out audience laughs heartily, sheds tears, throughout performance.

Cracking open the time capsule

Cracking open the time capsule

Time to sit by the pond and reflect … in a historical kind of way.