The entire Rainbow Stage family is continually striving to provide the best musical theatre experience possible – and you can help.
North End Community Renewal Corporation’s Picnic In The Park was planned and coordinated with help from a Summer Internship participant.
“Many Canadians with vision loss are sitting out much of life on the sidelines. But it doesn’t have to be that way.”
Exhibit marks the first time all Manitoba Treaty medals will be presented as a group at Manitoba Museum.
Summer Internship Program participant learns valuable skills at Plug In Institute of Contemporary Art.
This year’s competition dedicated to Paul Lafrance whose battle with depression ended six weeks ago.
Rainbow Stage Community Support Performance has provided over 10,000 tickets to more than 250 community organizations since 2007.
One of the most pressing challenges facing ‘M’ Program participants is finding the time to eat properly and feed their children healthy meals.
See why Lower Fort Garry National historic site is one of Canada’s top ten “must see” attractions.
Sarasvàti Productions will tackle the stigma around mental illness with a new community theatre project.