Black Hole Theatre News Archive
July 18, 2017 —
U of M students, staff and alumni take part in the 30th Winnipeg Fringe Theatre Festival
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
November 23, 2016 —
Personal experience for director Robert Smith reignites 29-year desire to stage The Sea
September 20, 2016 —
Gail Asper Performing Arts Hall dedicated to outstanding patron of the arts
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
March 9, 2016 —
Alumnus Ian Ross creates play for unveiling of 'world-class stage'
January 20, 2016 —
The Black Hole Theatre Company presents Middletown from January 26 through to February 6, 2016. The play is about growing up in a place that never changes; where everyone knows each other but you still feel miles apart. It’s about stories and how these stories connect even if we never realize it.
November 17, 2015 —
The Black Hole Theatre Company raises its curtains on the 2015-16 season on November 17. The company is performing a double-bill from November 17-21st and the 24-28th .