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July 12, 2014

2014 Winnipeg Fringe: There Are Two Errors l Lies of a Promiscuous Woman l Trouble Walked In l ImproVision l Shadow Spaces l The (Improvised) Bachelorette l Hell is Other People l MMPA Golf Tournament to Feed Kids

July 16 - July 26
Venue #4 - Alloway Hall at the Manitoba Museum
Tickets $10   1 Hour
There Are Two Errors In The The Title Of This Show
An improvised comedy starting at a funeral and exploring the petty, petty squabbles of two know-it-all siblings.  Each performance you will help us create our pair of Brothers. 
It's a dark comedic improvised family epic!

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July 16 - July 26
Venue 9 – Eckhardt-Gramatté Hall at the University of Winnipeg, 515 Portage Ave

Lies of a Promiscuous Woman
Written and directed by Audra Lesosky.
Featuring Theresa Thomson, Laura Kolisnyk, Kerri Potter, Augusta Redekop, Erica Hastings and Veronica Ternopolski.
Music direction and live accompaniment by Süss

The Virgin is making an appearance to tell her side. Backed up by her Madonna-singing Hail Mary Chorus, the mother of all stage moms is waging holy war on everything holy.

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July 17 - July 26
Winnipeg Cinematheque, Main Floor - 100 Arthur Street
COST:  $10 Regular / $8 Student

Parking Lots Improv - Trouble Walked In: An Improvised Noir Mystery 
The show has your grizzled detective, your enigmatic femme fatale, your shadowy figure pulling all the strings. It has suspense, intrigue, danger and it pulls all of this together with a quick wit and impeccable sense of timing.

STARRING:
Jesse Bergen
Colin Ward 
Karl Plummer 
Caitlin Curtis 
Lukas Conway 
DIRECTED BY: Luke Cecelon and Michael Ostry

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July 17 - July 27
Duke of Kent Legion, 227 McDermot Avenue

ImproVision: Mondo Mascot Meat Draw
Alan MacKenzie, Ed Cuddy, George McRobb
It's short-form improv. Because it's ImproVision, it's improv with mondo twists. 
There will be meat draws. Really. 
The bar will be open during the show. Really.

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July 17 - July 26
Venue 11 - Red River College - Exchange District Campus 
Tickets $10 ($7 for seniors/student)

Union Station Theatre Company presents Shadow Spaces 
Written by Jeff Kowerchuk
Directed by Nancy Drake
A harrowing new drama, starring Grant Burr as Jonas and Lyle Morris as Luke.

Luke has been released from prison, but the atonement has only just begun. This is the story of two men in a true light.  There are dark spaces in me. I didn't know how dark.

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July 17 - July 27
Rachel Browne Theatre

Based on the hit reality TV show and true love stories, Zoe Parker and her handsome bachelors are having the most dramatic summer ever.
One lucky bachelor from our live studio audience will be invited on our journey to find true love. Witness the romance, the drama, the heartbreak and the suspense.
She's ready…are you the one?

STARRING
Caitlin Curtis
Lukas Conway
DK Reinemer
Steve Currie

DIRECTED BY Caitlin Curtis
PHOTOGRAPHY April Dawn Plett

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July 18 - July 26
Venue 11 - Red River College - Exchange District Campus 
Tickets are $10

Hell is Other People
Spoken word meets theatre in a tale of calamity and redemption, featuring Winnipeg Poetry Slam champions Aaron Simm and Steve Locke.

Emerging hungover from a broken relationship, our hero keeps disappointing his angels while his demons keep buying him drinks. If he wants real change in his life, he will need to cash in his empties.


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August 7
Bel Acres Golf & Country Club

The Manitoba Magazine Publishers Association is hosting a charity golf tournament.

Registration 11:30 am, includes a continental breakfast
Tee off 1 pm sharp
Cocktails 6 - 6:30, BBQ dinner 7 pm
Tim Hague Sr., winner of the Amazing Race Canada, will inspire you.

It is in support of The Winnipeg Foundation's Nourishing Potential program which helps kids access the healthy food, cooking skills and nutrition education they need to thrive, by making grants to youth-serving organizations across the city.  Mayor Katz, Joyce Bateman, The Free Press, Manitoba Lotteries, Legacy Bowes etc. have committed already.

For more information, email Brenda Jane Johnstone,
President, Manitoba Magazine Publishers Association, or call 204-489-4215.
We are also asking for donations for prizes and for inclusion in our golf sample bags.

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