Miss N Me is a made-in-Manitoba take on a universal journey of self-discovery.
Wren Hookey works in the film and theatre industries and is currently based in Winnipeg, Manitoba, although she started her career in Whitehorse, Yukon, where she was born and raised. Wren is a graduate from the University of Winnipeg’s Theatre & Film BA Honours Program (specializing in acting, directing and filmmaking). She works primarily as an arts administrator while developing her career as a writer and director.
Sarasvàti’s Cabaret of Monologues provides a different perspective on gender and equality. This year’s theme: SuperWomen.
What do Rana Bokhari, Chris Cvetkovic, André Lewis, Kelly Linehan, Romi Mayes, Doug Speirs and Taz Stuart have in common? They all think they can act, and we’re about to find out if they can.
Where can you see actors, directors, videographers, animators, novelists and poets presenting their works together in one place?
An interactive play featuring youth who are actually in the child welfare system seeks to find solutions to the challenges they face every day,