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Category: Theatre

Friendly Theatre Etiquette

Friendly Theatre Etiquette

I’ve written on theatre etiquette before. It is one of my biggest pet peeves, if I’m being honest. Going to the theatre is not a regular occurrence for most of us, and the afternoon or evening can be spoiled by a few selfish people. This […]

How to Dress for the Theatre, Style File Friday

How to Dress for the Theatre, Style File Friday

Dressing for the ballet or theatre is rather a hot button issue in the recent past. You will see anything from sweatpants to gowns, depending on the show and the audience- where should you fall? If you’ve never attended, I know that it might feel […]

Saturday Snapshot

Saturday Snapshot

My day has had two parts, the park with the dogs and the play with my family!

An Historian About… The Audience

An Historian About… The Audience

This past weekend I was lucky enough to see The Audience, produced and staged by the Royal Manitoba Theatre Centre! I’m so happy that my family enjoys going to theatre and dance and musical productions, I think that the arts are good for the soul. And […]

An Historian About… The Book of Mormon!

An Historian About… The Book of Mormon!

This past weekend, I spent a few hours with Elders Price and Cunningham enjoying The Book of Mormon. I was a little worried on the way to the Centennial Concert Hall- I was feeling rather under the weather, and my temperature was swinging all over the […]

Theatre Etiquette

Theatre Etiquette

October is a big theatre month for me! Remember that contest I said I entered at Ballet in the Park? Well, it turns out that I won!! This is pretty amazing because a) I don’t typically ever win anything, and 2) I actually tried for […]

An Historian About the Ballet

An Historian About the Ballet

On Thursday evening, my mother and I were able to see Spotlight, the final performance of the Royal Winnipeg Ballet’s Professional Division. Even though I recently saw the RWB PD in their On the Edge performance, I was still incredibly excited to see this. 

An Historian About Town: Billy Elliot!

An Historian About Town: Billy Elliot!

The Royal Maitoba Theatre Centre just finished up their run of Billy Elliot, and I was lucky enough to catch it on the last day! I went with my parents to the matinee show, and thoroughly enjoyed myself.