Lost in Translation/Perdu en quoi?
Two official languages in one hilarious show!
Deux langues officielles dans un spectacle qui vous fera plier en deux de fou rire !
This hugely successful improv show has been at the Improv Festival and the Comedy Festival and is a favourite for multilingual audiences. You don’t have to understand English OR French to understand the hilarious miscommunication that occurs when these two languages collide.
Ce spectacle d’impro bilingue qui connaît un énorme succès au Improv Festival et le Comedy Festival est adoré par les auditoires multilingue! Vous n’avez pas besoin de comprendre le français, ni l’anglais, pour comprendre les hilarants manques de communication qui se passent quand ses deux langues se heurtent.
Wednesday, Oct 18th 8PM $10 Le mecredi 18 octobre à 20hCentre culturel franco-manitobain 340 Provencher Blvd (upstairs) Ticket LINK
The Sketch Comedy Night
Sketch Comedy in an Improv Festival!? For one night only we let the performers plan the show ahead of time. Sketch comedy has roots in improvisation so we let it slide… but just for this one hilarious show. Local sketch heroes HUNKS and President Bear will perform alongside the DEBUT of the festival’s first all-women sketch ensemble. Hosted by Stephen & Caity. The future is funny.Thursday, Oct 19th 8PM Gas Station Arts Centre 445 River Ave Ticket LINK Facebook Event LINK
Writer's Block (and more)
The Friday shows will include so much. First, we will showcase some improv shows from our international guests. Then we will have a collaboration with the “Winnipeg Writer’s Festival THIN AIR”. Slam poetry is super lame and not funny at all. Not one bit of funny. Slam poetry is angsty and boring and embarrassing. … … … or is it? Spontaneous observations collide with pre written musings on the world we live in. Poetry from improvisers, improv from poets and the wonderful space between profound and profunny.
This is a live collaboration between the Winnipeg if... Improv Festival and Winnipeg's International Writer's Festival THIN AIR.
This show features opening showcase from “We're so Strong” (Dave Morris from Victoria and Meags Fitzgerald from Montreal) and more.Friday, Oct 20th 8PM Gas Station Arts Centre 445 River Ave Ticket LINK Facebook EVENT LINK
The show is inspired by the game “Werewolf”. The ensemble will be working with a Game Studies expert (Ryan Clement) on different theories about game play and narrative. That all sounds pretty academic… it’s also an improv show where there are werewolves who try and eat villagers.The game of Werewolf is a wildly popular social game involving psychology and body language. Here is a link to information about the game (it is also known as Mafia) Friday, Oct 20th 10:30PM Gas Station Arts Centre 445 River Ave Ticket LINK