Tonya Jone Miller tactfully shares her experiences in her third Fringe Play.
New Zealand-based troupe delights audiences with energetic act at Old Market Square.
Canadian stage up-in-comer Paul Van Dyck bravely takes on John Milton’s 17th century epic poem of human’s fall from grace, Paradise Lost.
Mantras, chakras, crystal bowls, dance and audience participation featured in play.
Fringe play C- is a study of slacker squandering.
High society rabbits, raccoons and drunken penguins deliver powerful message in a funny, lighthearted way.
Winnipeggers with big ideas and small budgets pitch their proposals to an audience who vote on the best idea to fund, while enjoying some soup.
Not your typical grandma, gutsy 79-year-old storyteller brings her explicit autobiographical monologue to the Fringe.
With energy like this, it’s almost a guarantee a Five Alarm Funk show is going to be fun.
For nearly a century, city hall has tried to address appalling rooming house conditions that most Winnipeggers ignore.