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EYOLF by Matthew Handscombe 

READING | FEB 10, 2019 | 7PM | FREE


Director: Krista Jackson

Cast: Stephanie Sy, Eric Blais, Cory Wojcik and Trish Cooper

Creative Consultant: Lara Rae


Set in a cottage north of a Canadian city, an adaptation by zone41 theatre's Matthew Handscombe. Eyolf picks up some of the threads Ibsen mentions but doesn't develop: disability and gender identity, and follows closely the big one he does: strained familial relationships.

The adaptation is the product of a Jean Gascon - Tyrone Guthrie Award from the Stratford Festival.

This is a play about expectations; what we  want and the friction that occurs when we want for those closest to us. It takes place on the day an extended family receive an Autism spectrum diagnosis for their son.

Tom Hendry Warehouse | 140 Rupert Avenue (at Lily Street)

Wheelchair accessible

Capacity 286


hedda gabler BY HENRIK IBSEN


Doreen Brownstone  

Andrew Cecon  

Patricia Hunter         

Rob McLaughlin

Ross McMillan            

Tracy Penner              

Paula Potosky  


DIRECTOR  Krista Jackson 

Hedda returns from honeymoon with Tesman. She is bored with him and bored with life. If she can't control her own life she wants to control someone else. She wants Løvborg to kill himself as a noble sacrifice to beauty. It all turns scandalously ugly and she kills herself. 



Prairie Theatre Exchange's 2015 Carol Shield's Festival of New Works

Saturday, May 16th at 9pm 

PTE - MainStage | Free Admission

An earlier version, an adaptation of this play was produced by Royal Manitoba Theatre Centre in 1991. zone41 thanks the Manitoba Association of Playwrights and Prairie Theatre Exchange for developmental support of this new translation. 

From his late-life haven in Jamaica, Noël Coward – actor, playwright, composer, lyricist, director, novelist and all-round 20th century phenomenon – looks back on his life and reflects on his feelings about his career, his talent, his country, his countrymen, his friends, his lovers, his mother, the theatre and on his exploits as a spy in the Second World War. He also sings a revealing selection of his own songs. 

mad dogs and englishmen   BY ROBERT CUSHMAN


with LAURA BURTON on piano

zone41’s contribution to the 2015 Master Playwrights Festival brings Winnipeg Ben Carlson - one of Canada’s leading actors to play Coward in a new work by one of our country’s best theatrical minds - Robert Cushman. 


This staged reading in partnership with the Royal Manitoba Theatre Centre is the shows second performance after debuting the Stratford Forum in the summer of 2014. 

Program and bios here

When Mr. Mann wins tickets to Russian playwright Anton Chekhov's The Three Sisters, he knows he must go - even though he rarely goes to the theatre. In those few precious hours, something unexpected stirs inside of him and his quiet yearning for happiness blossoms. 




and slowly beauty... 



                             TRANSLATED BY MAUREEN LABONTE







Ava Darrach-Gagnon 

Paul Essiembre 

Ellen Peterson 

Kevin Ramberran 

Heather Russell 

Gordon Tanner 

with new music by Heather Thomas


DIRECTOR Krista Jackson 



Monday, January 7, 2013 

7PM | The Folk Exchange 

$5 | Free for TPM Subscribers 


In partnership with Theatre Projects Manitoba during their 2012/2013 season exploring French Canadian works in translation.

Set in the late 1950's on the Royal Canadian Air Force Base in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan, Bruce McManus adapts Anton Chekhov's


three sisters 

After a six day first phase development workshop - directed by Christopher Brauer - the ensemble read Three Sisters to an audience of 75 and we launched zone41 theatre.



Sunday, August 29, 2010


Royal Manitoba Theatre Centre | Tom Hendry Warehouse Theatre Lobby 

Free Admission

l to r:  Gordon Tanner, Omar Alex Khan, Ardith Boxall, Rob McLaughlin, Carolyn Gray, Erin McGrath, Krista Jackson, Harry Nelken, Patricia Hunter, Cory Wojcik, Derek Aasland.


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February 7, 2015 at 12pm 
Royal Manitoba Theatre Centre | Tom Hendry Warehouse
$20, Students | Theatre Community $10 




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