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    Rainbow Stage

    In Winnipeg’s beautiful Kildonan Park, nestled among the towering oak and elm trees by the meandering bank of the Red River, is a certain dome-like structure from which the sounds of stirring overtures, moving ballads, and thunderous applause have been known to emanate every summer. The curious landmark is the theatrical haunt of Rainbow Stage, […]

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    Royal Winnipeg Ballet

    MISSION: The Royal Winnipeg Ballet enriches the human experience by teaching, creating and performing outstanding dance. VISION:The RWB will be embraced in Winnipeg and beyond. We will be seen as ambassadors for dance, for our city, our province and our country.

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    Manitoba Theatre Centre (MTC)

    ABOUT Manitoba Theatre Centre The Royal Manitoba Theatre Centre (MTC) is a community-based, registered charitable not-for-profit arts organization. MTC was Canada’s first English-speaking regional theatre and, under founding Artistic Director John Hirsch, became a model for regional theatres throughout North America. Under Artistic Director Steven Schipper and General Manager Camilla Holland, MTC now presents over […]

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    Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra

    Mission Statement To provide exceptional musical experiences for Manitobans. The legacy of the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra (WSO) is integral to Winnipeg’s rich cultural life. Entering its 66th year for the 2013-2014 season, the symphony performs more than 80 concerts for approximately 100,000 people each year and offers a wide range of musical experiences ranging from […]

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    Centennial Concert Hall

    The Manitoba Centennial Centre Corporation is a key link to arts and culture in Winnipeg through the following buildings and properties of the Centennial Centre: The Centennial Concert Hall The Manitoba Museum The PlanetariumManitoba Theatre Centre The Warehouse Theatre The Artspace building Three surface parking lots An underground parkade11 Lily Street Manitoba Production Centre

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    Celebrations Dinner Theatre

    DINNER THEATRE WITH A DIFFERENCE From the moment you enter the theatre you’re in a another world where day-to-day cares are forgotten…an old west saloon, a 1950’s high school reunion, a fantasy island a futuristic starship. Wherever it is be prepared for the time of your life. All Eyes On Us Celebrations Dinner Theatre has […]

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    MTS Centre

    MTS CENTRE INFORMATION As one of the modern jewels of downtown Winnipeg, MTS Centre stands as a testament to the perseverance and vision of a handful of men and women who wanted to bring Winnipeg to the forefront of the sports and entertainment industry. That handful of people began in 1996 with a concept in […]

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    Manitoba Theatre For Young People

    “I find a lot of what happens at Manitoba Theatre for Young People so utterly compelling that I’m the child that wants to go and see it.” Manitoba Theatre for Young People has been creating and presenting professional theatre productions for children and families since 1982. Led by Artistic Director Leslee Silverman since its inception, […]

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    Burton Cummings Theatre for the Performing Arts

    HISTORY OVERVIEW The Burton Cummings Theatre for the Performing Arts (known in previous incarnations as the Walker Theatre and the Odeon Cinema) is a 1646-seat theatre designed by Howard Stone C. Stone and built expressly for quality live entertainment in 1907 by C.P. and Harriet Walker. The theatre was built for the then astronomical price […]

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    Pantages Theatre

    About Pantages Theatre Historical SynopsisB. Marcus Pretica – one of three outstanding theatre designers in North America – designed the Pantages Theatre. J.E. Dolen, the finest muralist in North America at the time, was responsible for designing the lavish interior that was described as a symphony of green, gold and ivory. The Winnipeg Pantages Theatre […]