Monthly Archives: May 2011

CBC.ca | Manitoba Scene | Theatre Projects Manitoba announces all-new, all-Manitoba season

CBC.ca | Manitoba Scene | Theatre Projects Manitoba announces all-new, all-Manitoba season.

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Theatre Projects season will kick off with Chekhov

Winnipeg Free Press:  republished from May 14th, 2011 print edition A NEW adaptation of Anton Chekhov’s Three Sisters will have its première at Theatre Projects Manitoba this fall, 110 years after the original play opened in Moscow. Winnipeg playwright Bruce McManus has updated the tragicomedy to the late 1950s and set it at the air […]

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Upstaging the competition for two decades

by  Kenton Smith,  Uptown A new MTS Winnipeg on Demand doc looks at the dynamic 20-year history of Theatre Projects Manitoba. A good way to plug the undervalued dynamo of Winnipeg theatre was to bring its story directly into peoples’ homes. “There’s still too many people who don’t know the organization exists,” says local actor […]

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TPM Doc now playing on a small screen near you!

On the occasion of our 20th anniversary, interviews abounded and video was shot… Theatre Projects was made a movie star. Produced and directed by Gordon Tanner, the footage has now been transformed into a 16 minute documentary called Between Then and Now:  20 Years of Theatre Projects Manitoba. MTS TV customers can see the program […]

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