June 28, 2015

Canada Day and more at Oak Hammock l Sylvia Matas l Chess, The Musical l Peacock Place l Revenge of the Meek l CLINK l SHARDS l Tape l From Broadway to Obscurity l The Rascal’s Countdown l Coriolanus l Lynn Miles & Scott Nolan

Oak Hammock Marsh Interpretive Centre Events
Call (204) 467-3300 or email  Jacques Bourgeois

July 1
Enjoy a FREE Canada Day Cupcake at 2 p.m.
Face painting! Watch Canadian content films in the comfort of our theatre.
Horse-drawn wagon ride from 12:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. ($5 non-members / $3 members)
July 4 - 10 a.m.
Wild Edibles Workshop
The fee for this workshop is only $10 per person plus admission.
Pre-registration is required.
July 11 - 10 a.m. start at the Interpretive Centre
Hike the Dyke
This hike will be through rough terrain. Tall plants, insects and other obstacles. Proper walking footwear, clothing and water a must.  There are no benches, washrooms, shade.
July 18 and 19
Water Festival
Fun games and other activities will help you understand why water is important.
July 25 - 1 p.m.
How to Identify Birds Workshop
With our Resident Naturalist, Paula Grieef you can learn to identify birds.
Pre-registration is required. Fee is $5 plus admission.
Camp for Kids July and August
Cattail Camp: ages 5 to 7 - Animal detective, puzzle hunt, crafts, games, and more!
Blackbird Camp: ages 8 to 10 - Games, scavenger hunts and a cool craft.
Wetland Adventure: ages 11 to 13 - survival skills, canoeing, and geocaching!

July 11 - August 22, 2015
Lisa Kehler Art + Projects, 171 McDermot Avenue, Winnipeg, Manitoba R3B 0S1
Sylvia Matas: A Certain Distance
Opening reception Saturday, July 11, 2-5 pm

WINNIPEG FRINGE - tickets and info 
plays begin July 15

Manitoba Theatre Centre, 174 Market Ave, Winnipeg, R3B 0P8

Ethereal Fantazy Prod. presents Chess, The Musical!! 
A world chess championship match between an American and a Russian grandmaster during the Cold War, where romantic rivalries and US-Soviet political tensions are put into play to the pulse of a monumental rock score by Björn Ulvaeus and Benny Andersson (Mamma Mia), and lyrics by Tim Rice (Jesus Christ Superstar). 
This Winnipeg premiere will take you from Italy to Thailand and will show you that there’s nothing black and white about this game except the game board.

Manitoba Theatre For Young People, 2 Forks Market Road, Winnipeg, Manitoba R3C 4X1
Peacock Place, written by Sue Proctor, is a wacky collision of the world of social work and legal drama with clown. A burned out social worker, weary of her job seeks out advice from a clown in Peacock Place. She creates an alter ego - a clown character, and begins her double life. The realism of the ‘real world’ creates a logical foundation for the magic of the clown experience. Suitable for all ages.
Directed by TeriLynn Friesen

The Tom Hendry Theatre, Warehouse, 140 Rupert Avenue, Winnipeg, Manitoba R3B 0P8

Revenge of the Meek, written & directed by Andrew Lizotte
Jesus has just left the building. The church is in some dire straights and in need a major overhaul. Will Christianity survive in this story of a would be profit named Randy, rogue poets, and astrological uncertainty! See the show that dares to blur the line between spirituality and fiscal responsibility, with JOKES!

Ryan Ash
Dan Augusta
Colin Connor 
Ava Darrach-Gagnon
Produced by Steven Sim
Assistant Director & Stage Manager Natalie Dacquisto

Red River College (Princess Street Campus), Princess Street, Winnipeg, Manitoba R3B1K9

CLINK, a new comedy written by Hannah Foulger, by HER Productions 
A wedding, hosted by the groom's conservative Mennonite family, takes a turn when his best (wo)man arrives the day before and the whole wedding party starts hitting the bottle.

Kaeleigh Ayre as Rachel Case, the Bride
Brian Earle as Paul Reimer, the Groom
Reba Terlson as Abbey Randall, the Maid of Honour
Hannah Foulger as Samantha Thiessen, Best Man
Directed by Kendra Jones
Costume Design by Micaela Crighton

The Rachel Browne Theatre, 211 Bannatyne, Unit 204, Winnipeg, Manitoba R3B 3P2
SHARDS - Writer/Director: Wren Hookey
Jennifer Hooper & Hailley Rhoda
Stage Manager: Jennifer Bahniuk
No matter how much we pretend we’re safe, there is increasing violence all around us. Through a series of thought-provoking disconnected scenes and monologues, this play explores the many ways violence manifests itself in our everyday lives.
Ranging from the metaphoric to the realistic, this intense, provocative, and at times darkly funny play raises complex questions that have no easy answers.

Asper Centre for Theatre & Film, 400 Colony Street, Winnipeg, Manitoba
From the company that brought you Rope (5 STARS – CBC, Best Theatrical Production of 2013 – The Uniter) and Orphans (5 STARS, Best Local Production – CBC) comes Tape by Stephen Belber.

Questions of motive, memory, truth and perception writhe underneath the surface as Vince forces long-time friend Jon to confess that he raped Vince’s old girlfriend, Amy. Tensions rise as Amy enters the fray and the three must determine what the past has meant and what the future holds.

Kevin Ramberran
Justin Fry
Natashia Durand
Directed by Ivan Henwood
Stage Managed by Winson Ta

Winnipeg Studio Theatre, 140 Rupert Street, Winnipeg, Manitoba

From Broadway to Obscurity is a high energy, funny musical about making hard choices for the right reasons. Dreams collide in this revealing confessional. At the peak of his career in the 4-time Tony Nominated smash hit Jersey Boys on Broadway, Eric Gutman made the decision to return to Detroit so that he could raise his two young daughters.

From the company that brought you Altar Boyz, The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, and Spring Awakening. Don't miss this new exciting Canadian Premiere Musical.

One88, 188 Princess Street, Winnipeg, Manitoba R3B 1L2

Break out you leg warmers, mousse the hair, and get ready to jam to the clean, improv comedy style that is as rad as an after school episode of Degrassi Jr. High. IT’S THE RASCALS COUNTDOWN – a tribute to the 80’s in an improv countdown (they perform scenes, and you vote for your favourites).
The late shows are more like Twisted Sister (no one under 16 permitted).

The Purple Room, 72 Princess St. 3rd Floor

Mad Cows Production presents Coriolanus by William Shakespeare
Discount Tickets: $9 for Matinees
Friends, family, country or lovers: for whom would you fight and die? And what if protecting these things meant sacrificing all your principles? Reared to be a fighting machine, Coriolanus’ beliefs will not allow him to flatter the politicians and pander to the Roman populace. And a man who refuses to kiss political arse is a man who faces certain doom.
Warnings: Sexual Content, Violent Content

Park Theatre Presents Lynn Miles in Concert with Scott Nolan
July 15, 8:00 pm - 11:00 pm
The Park Theatre, 698 Osborne Street, Winnipeg, Manitoba R3L 2B9

Juno award winning singer songwriter Lynn Miles accompanied by Scott Nolan. 
With twelve albums to her credit, the winner of multiple Canadian Folk Music Awards, and a 2003 Juno Award for Roots and Traditional Solo Album of the Year, she has certainly found her strength over time.
She has always written music with unbridled feeling and vulnerability. Now with her latest studio offering "Downpour" the voice of her experience has truly elevated her songwriting to its richest depth of emotion.

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