This weekend was too busy to include all the cool things I wanted to, so if you have extra time go see the Crooked Brothers at Times Changed this weekend to even things out, OK?
It’s hard to argue that there hasn’t been a lot said about the baby boomers. But with his solo show BOOM, Rick Miller finds a creative and engaging way to join that conversation, if not necessarily redefining what we know about boomers.
Teen sex, rape, racism and "slut shaming." Hannah Moscovitch's In This World is atypically blunt for young people’s theatre, and may set a new record for naughty words and discussions of sex acts on the MTYP stage.
There are so many fun things happening this weekend – with an excellent assortment of comedy on Friday, Saturday and Sunday night, a Charlie Kaufman movie at Cinematheque and an Eagle Lake Owls show at a tiny venue in Osborne Village.
- Winnipeg theatre spring lineup: 8 reasons to get excited
- Cookem Daisey's frybread pie a hit at Winnipeg's new indigenous eatery
- Teghan's top 5 things to do in Winnipeg this weekend (April 15-17)
- Forks smokestack to become giant flower vase with Winnipeg public art installation
- review Heathers: The Musical is dark, raunchy, and sure to please fans
- review Unnecessary Farce entirely unnecessary but highly entertaining comedy
- review MTYP's Robin Hood energetic and stylish, if not quite a bull's-eye
- video The Mariachi Ghost feeling alive after SXSW concerts video
- photos Musician Li'l Andy finds loneliness, beauty in the Canadian Prairies
- My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2 sets record, gets $18M opening weekend
- $12K Wanda Koop painting up for Art City raffle