The multiple Tony Award-winning play makes its Canadian premiere in a Royal MTC co-production, and packs an emotional punch.
For anyone who isn’t hitting the Heritage Classic in Fort Garry this weekend (or who wants stuff to do in between games), there’s a ton of indoor stuff happening in the Exchange District. video
The portrait of the conflicted artist as a young man isn’t a new story. So it's remarkable that the Royal MTC's My Name Is Asher Lev feels as fresh and energetic as it does — especially given that it’s based on a novel published nearly 45 years ago, and set 60 years in the past.
There’s an art opening at Lisa Kehler + Projects gallery called Love Makes Me Sad, which is one of my top picks for the weekend.
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