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July 6, 2014

2014 Winnipeg Fringe: Quo Vadis - The Musical l Suddenly, Last Summer l Now That Communism is Dead l A SMALL AFFAIR l Mennonite's Guide l Can You Hear Me Now? l Super-Spike l Color Me Rad

July 16 - July 27 - 7:30 pm - 10:00 pm NIGHTLY!
St Boniface Cathedral, 190 ave de la Cathédrale
Quo Vadis - The Musical
Based on the Nobel-Prize winning novel by Henryk Sienkiewicz
Music and Lyrics by Olaf Pyttlik | Book by Angus Kohm

A story of love that defies all odds, a faith that defies the most powerful man on earth, and a moral code that survives the most brutal of tortures, the most horrible of deaths.

July 16 - July 26
The Shaw Performing Arts Center (MTYP), 2 Forks Market Road

Suddenly, Last Summer by Tennessee Williams 
Mrs. Venable will stop at no lengths to maintain the reputation of her deceased son. As she tries to claw her way into the mind of young Catharine and scrape out her shameful memories, the savagery of the past fills the air.
Presented by the 28th Minute, the company that mounted the Fringe hits Rope (5 STARS – CBC, Best Theatrical Production of 2013 – The Uniter, Patron’s Pick) 
and Orphans (5 STARS "Outstanding Local Production" - CBC).

Mrs. Venable: Jane Burpee
Catharine Holly: Erin Thorleifson
Dr. Cukrowicz: Justin Otto
Mrs. Holly: Kaitlynn Porath
George Holly: Lyndon Radchenka
Miss Foxhill: Laurie MacDonell
Sister Felicity: Sarah Putnam
Directed by Kevin Ramberran with the assistance of Thomas Toles
Stage Managed by Winson Jackie Lee

July 17 - July 26
Winnipeg Fringe Festival Venue 3

Now That Communism is Dead, My Life Feels Empty
Starring Alison Vargo and Chris Sabel
Directed by Ashley Majzels (Paradise Hotel, Bliss, Evildoers)

July 17 - July 27
Gas Station Arts Centre, 445 River Avenue
Audience Classification: General l Length: 60 mins. l Tickets: $10

A SMALL AFFAIR by Bob Larbey
Director Guy's television drama about "the ultimate triumph of the human spirit" has been shunted into a small rehearsal space where he is beset with problems… Author Bob Larbey (The Good Life, As Time Goes By) has written a very funny exposé of the broadcasting business he knows so well. Quilters 2013 - Winnipeg Free Press

Shoestring Players, Featuring: Trinity Sigurdson, Karl Eckstrand, Pete Hudson, 
Cathy Hall, Monica Reis, Andrea Marantz, Don Carruthers, Rhonda Kennedy Rogers, 
Tiffany Humble, Allyson Brown, Brenda Born, Linda Meckling, Joan Wilton, 
Paul Warkentin, Marilynn Slobogian, Kristin Black, Richard Howell
Directed by: Katherine McLennan

July 16 - July 26
VENUE 24 - One88, 188 Princess Street

Mennonite's Guide to Savage Street Fighting 2: This Time It's Cultural
Vooderful goot fun dat all can enjoy! Clean improvised comedy, 
hosted by The Crosseyed Rascals, fit for the kiddies and your Oma and Opa!

July 16 - July 26
100 Decibels: A Deaf Mime Troupe performs Can You Hear Me Now?
VENUE 24 - One88, 188 Princess Street
Ticket: $10.00

Can You Hear Me Now? performed by 100 Decibels: A Deaf Mime Troupe.

Originally from The Philippines, Northern Manitoba and Poland, they have been professionally trained in mime, physical comedy and storytelling. They entertain with crisp and clean physical illusions, and reach out with the beauty of Deaf Culture to build bridges between the hearing and the deaf. 

Tickets Available

July 18, 5:00 pm - 1:00 am
Maple Grove Rugby Park, 90 Frobisher Rd.
Tickets Available

MTS Super-Spike combines Western Canada's biggest beach/outdoor volleyball tournament, mixed in with a two day concert series, all set in a festival atmosphere. All funds raised going to support a charity.
This year will feature July Talk and the Arkells headlining the main stage.

July 19, 9:00 am
Red River Exhibition Park, 3977 Portage Ave
Tickets Available

Color Me Rad 5K Winnipeg is coming back with more RAD and bigger COLOUR BOMBS. 

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