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All the World's A Virtual Stage

Genre: Entertainment

A behind the scenes look at how four Winnipeg theatre groups are evolving and preparing for a new wave of theatre.

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Episodes

Episode 1

Preparing to perform an exciting new Canadian play, Prairie Theatre Exchange is ready to entertain audiences - only this time virtually.

Episode 2

At the Manitoba Theatre for Young People, staff and youth discuss the pandemic’s impact on children looking to grow and step outside of their comfort zones.

Episode 3

With no physical audience, the Village Conservatory challenges its performers to create a new kind of theatre experience.

Episode 4

A talented musical actor prepares for new theatre series called Knock Knock Ginger, but he can’t use his voice and he doesn’t know where the venue will be.

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