Zone41 theatre

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zone41 theatre is a not-for-profit professional theatre company based in Winnipeg, Manitoba.

About zone41/Mandate

Incorporated in November 2009, zone41 brings national calibre actors, playwrights, directors, teachers and designers living or having roots in Manitoba together to re-vision classic works through ensemble collaboration. As a company, it looks to the region, the classics of the world theatre repertory and the experiences artists bring to inform its work. The company was born with the thinking that a small, well-run theatre company with high standards can offer its audiences the opportunity to be a part of enduring, important works while supporting local artists to contribute to the quality, viability and permanence of theatre in the province [1].

The founding Artistic Director is Krista Jackson. Matthew Handscombe is founding General Manager.

Seasons

2010 - 2011 - Three Sisters workshop, Three Sisters by Bruce McManus (Presented by Theatre Projects Manitoba)

2011 - 2012 - Dialect workshop with Shannon Vickers, Village Wooing by G.B. Shaw (RMTC Master Playwright Festival)

2012 - 2013 - Thom Allison Masterclass, Me and My Town - Thom Allison in Concert (RMTC Master Playwright Festival)

2013 - 2014 - Manners of the Chekhovian Mandate workshop with Sharry Flett & Guy Bannerman, The Miser of Middlegate by Carolyn Gray (Theatre Projects Manitoba Co-production)

2014 - 2015 - Richard II workshop, Mad Dogs and Englishmen by Robert Cushman (RMTC Master Playwright Festival)

2016 - 2017 - R2: Am I Not King? Adapted by Christopher Brauer, Tom Keenan and Matt Peters with original songs by Royal Canoe (WECC)

Links

Website: www.zone41.ca Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/zone41 Twitter: @zone41theatre

Name:zone 41 theatre
Location:Winnipeg, MB
Category:Non-Profit Company
Latitude:49.752880
Longitude:-97.119141