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Nothing Sacred launches Black Hole Theatre Company season

November 7, 2017 — 
George F. Walker play opens 2017-18 season

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"Flood" by John Patterson

Supporting the Arts means actually going to see stuff

October 2, 2017 — 
'As members of the U of M community, we are uniquely well positioned to boost attendance in the local arts scene'

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Bisons Football \\ Photo by Alex Christie

University of Manitoba’s upcoming community events

September 28, 2017 — 
Explore a variety of public events on campus and in the community through November, 2017

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Alumni Elliot Lazar (at left), Julie Lumsden (at right) and Anjali Sandhu (second from right) // Photo from "The Trump Card" courtesy: District Theatre Collective.

Fringing around town

July 18, 2017 — 
U of M students, staff and alumni take part in the 30th Winnipeg Fringe Theatre Festival

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Paul Duncan as Manus, Melanee Deschambeault as Bridget, Becky Zacharias as Sarah, Glorya Thompson as Maire, Ian Bastin as Hugh, Sherab Rabzyor Yolmo as Jimmy and Patrick Bellemare as Doalty IN "TRANSLATIONS" // PHOTO CREDIT: BLACK HOLE THEATRE COMPANY

Curtains up

January 18, 2017 — 
The Black Hole Theatre Company is raising the curtains on 2017 with Translations. The play is set in 1833 in the rural townland of Ballybeg/Baile Beag (literally, "small town") in county Donegal in Ireland

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Kerensa Peters and Nicholas Groulx perform in The Sea, presented by the Black Hole Theatre Company

Black Hole Theatre Company opens new season

November 23, 2016 — 
Personal experience for director Robert Smith reignites 29-year desire to stage The Sea

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U of M President and Vice-Chancellor David Barnard, Susan Glass, Bill Kerr, Gail Asper, Michael Paterson and Chris Johnson.

$2M gift to U of M supports performing arts community

September 20, 2016 — 
Gail Asper Performing Arts Hall dedicated to outstanding patron of the arts

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Associate Professor Neil McArthur created the Fringe show called Let Me Freeze Your Head.

Head to the Fringe

July 14, 2016 — 
Associate Professor Neil McArthur got the idea for his Fringe Fest show after a trip to Los Angeles. He had an opportunity to meet with people who were leaders in the cryonics movement

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Photo from Ian Ross’ personal fonds (U of M Special Collections and Archives)

Ian Ross – In his own words

March 14, 2016 — 
Ross speaks on the transformative powers of art

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The cast of Doubtful House rehearses a scene at the John J. Conklin Theatre.

Playwright Ian Ross debuts new work for theatre’s grand opening

March 9, 2016 — 
Alumnus Ian Ross creates play for unveiling of 'world-class stage'

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