This particular rendition of the play is an all-Canadian version of the classic story where Clara is not only joined by the Prince, the Mouse King, and the Sugar Plum Fairy; there are also Mounties, hockey games with snowball fights, and of course, Filbert the Bear.
Royal Winnipeg Ballet
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Madeline Paiva: “This Wizard of Oz is a welcome addition to the infamous story. The visual, choreographic, and orchestral choices really make this version familiar, but in an entirely new way.”
The Royal Winnipeg Ballet returns to the National Arts Centre for The Wizard of Oz January 23rd through 25th.
Royal Winnipeg Ballet brings an immersive and elegant Nutcracker steeped in Canadiana with Mounted Police, Parliament Hill, and Hudson’s Bay merchandise. Its Canadian roots are evident and make for an ever more sincere experience.
The Royal Winnipeg Ballet is set to perform seven shows of Nutcracker at the National Arts Centre December 4th through 8th.
The Royal Winnipeg Ballet performs Dracula at the National Arts Centre from April 12–14.
From mounties to polar bears, the Royal Winnipeg Ballet’s Nutcracker offers a Canadian twist on a Russian classic
The Royal Winnipeg Ballet’s Nutcracker returns to the National Arts Centre for a Canadian twist on a Russian classic.
The Nutcracker is arguably the most famous ballet ever composed. Premiering in 1892, this lovely Christmas story has captured the hearts of millions, and in the process become an annual tradition around the holiday season. This year the internationally renowned Winnipeg Royal Ballet performs this timeless classic at the National Arts Centre from December 4-8. […]