Embrace Theatre is proud to partner with MuD Collective to present Elemental, a double-bill of brand new solo-shows: Many Fires written by Charlie Peters and On the Rocks Danielle Altrogge.
Artistic disciplines collide when poetry, monologue, clown, original music, and puppetry are used to explore gender, sexuality, and healing.
Get tickets to this wonderful production here.
Get accessibility information about the production and the venue – including the two ASL-interpreted performances – by clicking here.
☆☆☆☆ “precise, thoughtful, and entertaining… a beautiful rumination [on] change written with sensitivity and empathy”
-Winnipeg Free Press
☆☆☆ “Roy’s performance is a feat”
Check out our Reviews Page for all the reviews and links to the full articles!
Only 4 more chances to see The Wild Dog Waits on the Concrete Path at the Winnipeg Fringe! Click here to order tickets.
Our Spring 2018 tour of The Wild Dog Waits on the Concrete Path has begun!
If you’re in or near Warman, North Battleford, Rosetown, or Biggar, come check us out!
Click here for tour details!
Embrace Theatre is thrilled to announce that it has been nominated once again for the Saskatoon and Area Theatre Awards.
This year, costume designer Amberlin Hsu was nominated for Outstanding Achievement in Costume Design for her work on Macbeth last November.
Emma Thorpe was also nominated for Outstanding Emerging Artist for her work as a Fight Director. Emma staged the fights for Macbeth, as well as last season’s The Clockmaker. She also performed in Embrace Theatre’s Saskatchewan Outdoors and Bottomes Dreame.
Congratulations to all the artists and companies nominated. See you at the Gala on September 26th!
Embrace Theatre and Theatre Howl are remounting The Wild Dog Waits on the Concrete Path by Nathan Howe for a tour in 2018. The playwright will not be reprising his role, so we are searching for an actor (of any gender) to take on the part.
Go to our Auditions Page for more information.
The StarPhoenix’s Cam Fuller just published a review of our production of Macbeth. He had many things to say about the show, including:
“it’s a blast”
“a solid, entertaining and educational outing”
Read the full review here.
This afternoon Macbeth opened to a house of students (and some members of the public) generously sponsored by G&S Landscape and Excavation Service.
The Starpheonix also published a great article and video about the production. Read the story and watch the video here!