The woman was leaning on the phone booth. She wasn’t wearing any shoes and she looked upset. I wanted to see if she was alright. As I got closer to her, I saw she was covered in blood.
The murals of Winnipeg’s West End offer a story about people, community, and cultural celebration, and what we as individuals can offer our neighbourhood.
The enduring and deceptive niceness of knitting is a recurring theme throughout and links it to the changing perception and roles of women.
Bhaktimarga Swami will present a ‘Krishna Culture Festival’ at Westminster United Church with drama, music and a play tonight (Wed. July 22) at 7 p.m.
This play invites participation as audience members become students and teacher evaluators.
This award winning Off-Broadway play is an amusingly naughty and decidedly adult production that remains a crowd favourite for good reason.
Charming pantomime, clever puppetry, staging and music, make ‘Squirrel Stole My Underpants’ a treat for all ages.
If you want to introduce your friends, family, or kids to the Fringe Festival, Erik De Waal can be your tried and true safe bet option.
Duo needs work on improv skills and character development to make Exchange tour more interesting and engaging.
Nourishing Potential helps WASAC add healthy food to the menu for the 1,000 Winnipeg kids who attend its summer day camp.