God is an Iron

Venue #13: School of Contemporary Dancers
Drama | Parental Guidance Coarse language, violent content, sexual contentTrigger warning: graphic description of sexual assault

"If a person who indulges in gluttony is a glutton, and a person who commits a felony is a felon, then God is an iron."  Stage adaptation from Canadian author Spider Robinson's novel Mindkiller, dealing with the effects of science fiction technology that stimulates the pleasure centres of the brain,…

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The House of Yes

Venue #6: Tom Hendry Warehouse
Dramedy | Mature Coarse language, violent content, sexual content, gunshots, strobe lights

"We are living in the house of Yes, where privilege holds us captive." Wendy MacLeod's cult play is a succulent slapstick tragedy for our time, perfectly attuned to the rollicking rapaciousness of Trump's America. Meet the Pascal family, dizzily ensconced in the isolation of their wealth. It's Thanksgiving, mid-hurricane. Son…

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Venue #5: Son of Warehouse
Dramedy | Parental Guidance Gallows Humor, Medical Voodoo

Extant fragments of the memories of the early 3rd Millennium friendship between Catherine Wreford Ledlow and the authoress. A rare example of serio-comic anti-heroic, neo-classical theatre which peaked in 2017 wherein transgender women and women with brain cancer collaborated to present dramatic arguments against BRAVERY, ADULATION and PITY of which…

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Venue #11: Red River College - Roblin Centre
Storytelling | Mature Mild language, sexual content

After a lifetime of being a wuss, Erin decides she's going to spend her summer being brave: finally learning to ride a bike, asking out a lady for the first time and...going to a sex club. A hilarious look at whether a scaredy-cat can ever really become tough. "Funny -…

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Venue #8: The Rachel Browne Theatre
Dance | Mature Coarse language, sexual content, nudity, strobe lights

AFTER THE CAUSE is a contemporary dance show examining the consequence of one's choices and the effects that linger. The blur between reality and fantasy, getting lost and sometimes damaged by distorted expectations and shadows cast by euphoria. A founding and current member of Nova Dance Collective, which presented critically…

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A widow tending to the vestiges of a long-abandoned bed and breakfast in Eastport, Maine receives a strange and unexpected visitor, who gently takes her through the stages of her life. His intent and purpose though is not what it might first appear to be. Featuring Harry Nelken and Muriel…

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Shakespeare Crackpot

Venue #3: The Playhouse Studio
Comedy | General Mild language

5 STARS "Montreal's Keir Cutler delivers a rollicking professorial rant about the value of higher education." - Winnipeg Free Press 4 STARS "a Canadian John Cleese…a cunning exploration of what it really means to think for yourself." - CBC Manitoba Keir performed Shakespeare Crackpot at Shakespeare's Globe lecture hall in…

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Hotter Than Potter

Expect the unexpected from world-class magician Keith Brown with his new show Hotter Than Potter. Chosen as Toronto's Best Magician and he's not even from Toronto! See it to believe it! It's absolute magic! 5 STARS "Don't miss this" - CBC "You're INCREDIBLE!" – Dave Grohl "Mind-bending, mind-boggling and mind-blowing"…

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Angels & Aliens

Venue #17: PTE - Colin Jackson Studio
Comedy | Parental Guidance Coarse language, sexual content

Fringe favourites Jeff Leard and Sydney Hayduk team up in this bold new comedy to answer the big questions. Questions like: Are we alone in the universe? Are we living in a computer simulation? And what do two irresponsible roommates eat for breakfast the morning after awkward sex? In short:…

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Venue #26: ACI Manitoba
Storytelling | Parental Guidance Mild language

WINNER: 2016 Critics Award, Cincinnati Fringe Forced to flee Indonesia…the unforgettable true story of a strange girl in a strange land. Written and performed by Erika Kate MacDonald (Best Female Performer - 2014 Orlando Fringe), Director of 2015 Fringe hit Papa Squat. 5 STARS - CBC 4 STARS - Winnipeg…

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Waiting For The Parade

Set in Calgary during the Second World War, five spirited women cope with wartime deprivation, absent menfolk, discrimination and prejudice, loneliness and doubt, while fighting their own battles and doing the best they can do for the war effort. The Dining Room - 4 STARS Quilters - 4 STARS Mr.…

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Patron Ratings

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  1. Prophecy
    Rating: 9.4. From 5 votes.
  2. The House of Yes
    Rating: 9.1. From 8 votes.
  3. Josephine
    Rating: 8.8. From 9 votes.
  4. On Love
    Rating: 8.8. From 4 votes.
  5. The Time In-Between
    Rating: 8.7. From 6 votes.
  6. The Standoff
    Rating: 8.7. From 6 votes.
  7. A Fatal Step
    Rating: 8.7. From 3 votes.
  8. Comedy is Funny Again
    Rating: 8.7. From 3 votes.
  9. The Bald Soprano
    Rating: 8.6. From 5 votes.
  10. Fruit Flies Like a Banana: World Tour
    Rating: 8.5. From 4 votes.