From actors’ enthusiasm, to brilliant satirizing of real life, Geritheatrics delivers great theatre and deep understanding of aging process.
Grand re-opening attracts many to downtown gallery-boutique that shines spotlight on local artists and their work.
Jim Jarmusch documentary “Gimme Danger: The Story of The Stooges” examines the musical exploits of Iggy Pop and his band.
Now in its 17th year, Winnipeg’s LGBT Choir – Rainbow Harmony Project – attracts gay and straight members, perhaps signaling a change in societal attitudes.
Not the most grandiose or polished Cirque show, but still some amazing routines to take one’s breath away.
Quartet inspired by music from the 1930’s and 40’s.
While skateboarders took over Winnipeg Art Gallery for Boarder X opening, skater shoes were available for free to those wanting to decorate them.
It was the perfect storm of talented musicians playing great music; this was special and damn exciting.
Warmup band primes the crowd nicely for The Trews, but lighting and sound issues plague show.
Erin Propp and friends deliver endearing, entertaining concert.