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Resonator Theatrical

MTC Mainstage (Venue 1), to Saturday

 

THE PETER 'N' CHRIS SHOW! WITH PETER 'N' CHRIS!

The Peter 'n' Chris show! With Peter 'N' Chris

MTC Up the Alley (Venue 2), to Saturday

 

FREUD VS HIS EGO

Monster Theatre

The King's Head Pub (Venue 14), to Saturday

 

THE WILD THINGS

Flying Fox & the Hunter Gatherers

MTC Warehouse (Venue 6), to Friday

 

OLEANNA

Nomadic Players

PTE Colin Jackson Studio (Venue 17) to Saturday

 

BEDBOUND

The Incompletely Strangled Theatre Company

Rachel Browne Theatre (Venue 8), to Saturday

 

MUCH MORE MUNSCH!

Wide Open

School of Contemporary Dancers (Kids Venue), to Saturday

 

FOUR WISHES

Gunstwork Puppet Mask Theatre

School of Contemporary Dancers (Kids Venue), to Saturday

 

THE GUITAR TEACHER

Randy Rutherford

Exchange Community Church (Venue 20), to Sunday

Four-star reviews

 

 

 

MORRO AND JASP GONE WILD

Up your nose (and in your toes) Productions

Stephen Juba Park (Venue 23), to Sunday

 

SUPER SPECTACULAR!

The Donovan Ensemble

Rachel Browne Theatre (Venue 8), to Saturday

 

GRIMMER THAN GRIMMER THAN GRIM

Ribbitrepublic Theatre Company

Gas Station Theatre (Venue 18), to Sunday

ROUGE

Drive Dance

Rachel Browne Theatre (Venue 8), to Saturday

 

GILGAMESH

The Struts and Frets Players

The Playhouse Studio (Venue 3), to Saturday

 

FOILED BY THE FEATHERY WIFE

Magic of One Productions

Onstage at the Playhouse (Venue 4), to Sunday

 

TAKING OUT THE WHITE TRASH

Break the Wall Productions

Onstage at the Playhouse (Venue 4), to Saturday

 

SHORTS

Erik de Waal

Aqua Books (Venue 21), to Saturday

 

RANT DEMON

Doctor Keir Co.

Planetarium Auditorium (Venue 10), to Saturday

 

ARCHY AND MEHITABEL

Ausable Theatre

MTC Up the Alley (Venue 2), to Saturday

 

MAL

Crowning Monkey

Rudolph Rocker Cultural Centre (Venue 19), to Saturday

 

AOMEGA

Daniel Nimmo

Son of Warehouse (Venue 5), to Sunday

 

CACTUS: THE SEDUCTION

Epicworlds - Jonno Katz

MTC Warehouse (Venue 6), to Sunday

WILD ABANDON

Lonely Egg

Onstage at the Playhouse (Venue 4), to Saturday

 

D'N'D THIRD EDITION

Red River Serial

Canwest Performing Arts Centre (Venue 9), to Saturday

 

IT'S RAINING IN BARCELONA

Bundle of Joy Productions

MTC Mainstage (Venue 1) to Sunday

 

LOOK MA, NO HANDS!

Hot Thespian Action

Canwest Performing Arts Centre

- MTYP (Venue 9), to Sunday

 

ROOMS//APART

!mPULSE Theatre

MTC Up the Alley (Venue 2), to Sunday

 

P.S. 69

Watson Arts

PTE - Colin Jackson Studio (Venue 17), to Sunday

 

MAN 1, BANK 0

PKF Productions

Venue 16 (PTE Mainstage), to Sunday

 

THE PLANK

Femmes du Feu

CanWest Centre for Theatre and Film, U of W (Venue 12), to Sunday

 

THE BIG OOPS

To the Moon

Playhouse Studio (Venue 3), to Friday

 

A DAY IN THE LIFE OF MISS HICCUP

Shonshinz

Red River College (Venue 11), to Saturday

 

CABARET TERRARIUM

Turtleherder Productions

Planetarium Auditorium (Venue 10), to Saturday

 

SPARKS

412 Squadron

Playhouse Studio (Venue 3), to Saturday

 

GRAND-GUIGNOL ON THE PRAIRIE

Echo's Little Theatre

Ragpickers Theatre (Venue 13), to Saturday

 

KAFKA IN LOVE

Naughty Sailboat

Onstage at the Playhouse (Venue 4), to Saturday

 

GIBBERISH

Chris Gibbs

School of Contemporary Dancers (Venue 24), to Sunday

 

FILTH

Sage Theatre

MTC Warehouse (Venue 6), to Saturday

 

FOILED BY THE FEATHERY WIFE

Magic of One Productions

Onstage at the Playhouse (Venue 4), to Sunday

See every play reviewed on our Reviews page.

 

 

Republished from the Winnipeg Free Press print edition July 22, 2010 D3

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