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  • Reviews are in!

    After a whirlwind opening week and weekend of A Short History of Crazy Bone, we are just tickled by the lovely audiences and reviews we have received!

    The Winnipeg Free Press’ Randall King comments on Nepinak’s performance:

    “…thanks to a terrific performance by Tracey Nepinak, Crazy Bone emerges as a singular creation, an outlaw without an outlet, a poet without a publication, a painter without a canvas, a shaman without a tribe.”

    Joff Schmidt at CBC praises the butoh-inspired movement woven into the piece:

    It’s a slow, measured and often unsettling style, which fits perfectly here as the restless spirits that surround Crazy Bone force her to confront her past.”

    Read King’s entire review in the Winnipeg Free Press here: Crazy Bone – Winnipeg Free Press. Schmidt’s review can be found here.

    If you are still looking for tickets for, you can buy them online or by calling us at 204-989-2400. A reminder that our Students Night is coming up this Tuesday, April 3rd at 7pm. Students can see the show for only $10 and there is a talkback and reception after the performance. See you at the theatre!

  • A Short History of Crazy Bone – March 28 until April 8, 2018

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    It is a beautiful and difficult tale.  It is a Manitoba story.

    Theatre Projects Manitoba is delighted and honoured to invite you to the world premiere of A Short History of Crazy Bone, a performance that treads the line between poetry, dance and theatre.

    Canadian poet Patrick Friesen’s new play awakens Crazy Bone who walks on the outskirts of time, imagination and place –  shunned for her individuality, sexuality, and for the non-conventional choices she has made.  Crazy Bone is traveling to the river, trying to find a way back to herself.  The play, inspired by the playwright’s great grandmother, is an exploration of the nature of the outsider, crowded by others and acutely alone.  Crazy is a trickster, a wild woman laughing, a campesino, the artist.  The ghosts she lives – and sometimes dances with – are not past loved ones but present companions.

    The questions inherent in the piece are of an artist’s place in society.  At the heart of the play is the movement, the process, of Crazy finding where she belongs, a spiritual odyssey in deeply human form.  It is also a poetic exploration of the prairie landscape, rooted in our province’s identity and history. The lead role of Crazy Bone will be played by actress Tracey Nepinak; one of Manitoba’s finest theatre artists, who will be supported by performers David Arial, Zorya Arrow, Arne MacPherson and Tracy Penner.

    Tickets are available on this website, by calling us at 204-989-2400, and at the door.

     

  • Salon #4

    Salon 4 InstagramOur final salon of the year will take place on Tuesday, March 6th, 7pm at The Good Will (625 Portage Ave).

    Exploring the bounty of bringing generations together in art and life. Our youth are agitating for radical reform, rebellion and revolution in art and in the world. Do we only rewrite the story that came before us? How do we embrace Elders and our faltering but necessary relationships.

    The program will feature collaborations with artists of different generations.

    Join us for a pint and some great theatre.

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