UWinnipeg scores Fringe hit

WINNIPEG, MB – It’s official. The University of Winnipeg Theatre Department’s production of Ibsen’s A Doll’s House is a HIT at this year’s Winnipeg Fringe Festival.

CBC – 4 Stars

Read the reviews at http:theatre.uwinnipeg.ca

Tickets are still available for A Doll’s House. Performances run through Sunday, July 26 at Venue 12 in UWinnipeg’s Canwest Centre for Theatre and Film, located at 400 Colony Street (entrance off Balmoral). Admission is $8 for adults and $6 for students. Tickets are available at the door or in advance from The Fringe at 942-6537 or 1-877446-4500, or on-line at http://www.winnipegfringe.com.

Other popular Fringe shows produced by and with involvement from UWinnipeg’s faculty, students and alumni include:

Altar Boyz – 4 Stars, CBC and The Free Press

Good Morning Millersville – 4 Stars CBC and The Sun

Zombie Prom – 4 Stars, CBC, and the Free Press

Hands Down – 4 Stars, CBC and the Free Press

Dionysius in Stony Mountain – 4 Stars, Free Press

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Based in its new home in the Canwest Centre for Theatre and Film at The University of Winnipeg, the Department of Theatre and Film offers areas of study in Acting, Design, Drama in Education, Filmmaking, Playwriting, and Production/Stage Management. The classes are small and the approach is practical. The faculty is comprised of highly respected and award-winning professionals who are experienced teachers and remain active in their disciplines, bringing relevant and up-to-date instruction to students.


Patty Hawkins, Department of Theatre and Film, The University of Winnipeg
T: 204.786.9955, p.hawkins@uwinnipeg.ca

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