How do you explain the risks of climate change to a three-year-old? That question motivated Andrew Bart to whittle down the complex topic in a cute way that his daughter and other kids could understand.
Manitoba Theatre for Young People's It's Dark Outside uses an evocative blend of puppetry, animation and shadow play to tell a profoundly sad, but deeply moving, story about a man living with dementia.
Once is a love story that isn't entirely fresh in terms of plot or themes, but it offers winning tunes and will pull at even the most tightly wound heartstrings.
There’s too much fun stuff to do this weekend, but it’s a long weekend so you could, in theory, check out all of the things and just go to work exhausted on Tuesday.
- Daniel Raiskin takes baton as Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra's new music director
- Teghan's top 5 things to do in Winnipeg this weekend (Feb. 9-11)
- New artistic director at Prairie Theatre Exchange says role comes with 'great weight of responsibility'
- Hit musical Matilda, new made-in-Manitoba plays highlight 2018-19 Royal Manitoba Theatre Centre season
- Winnipeg Art Gallery names 4 curators for Inuit Art Centre's 1st exhibitions
- reviewRoyal MTC's Outside Mullingar takes audience on entertainingly sweet journey to the Emerald Isle
- previewPulitzer, Oscar winner John Patrick Shanley's work takes centre stage for Master Playwright Festival
- reviewIsland charmer at Prairie Theatre: Easy to fall for Newfoundland-set Salt-Water Moon
- Arts committee created to boost $1B industry in Winnipeg
- reviewSimple magic transports kids to Narnia in MTYP's The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe
- Manitoba film industry to post best-ever year with $160M in productions