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dreams drive the virtuous village girl Giselle to her untimely death. In the moonlit forest, she joins the spirit world of the Wilis – vengeful spirits of abandoned brides. When Giselle’s remorseful lover Albrecht visits her grave, only her undying love can save him from the Wilis’ bewitching, deathly dance. A heart-wrenching tale of love, contrition and forgiveness. rwb.org/whats-on/show/giselle


Paul Taylor Dance Company Nov. 13 to 15 at Pantages Playhouse Theatre The renowned Paul Taylor Dance Company makes its Winnipeg debut with three powerful works. Paul Taylor in his meticulous choreography is inspired by influential themes in modern society – such as war, spiri- tuality, sexuality and morality – while presenting the themes with his signa- ture youthful, light-hearted and opti- mistic approach. rwb.org/whats-on/show/paul-taylor- dance-company


PRAIRIE THEATRE EXCHANGE


Little Thing, Big Thing Oct. 14 to Nov. 1 Little things have the power to become big things as ex-con Larry and Sister Martha soon learn when they find themselves in the centre of big oil corruption. PTE kicks off its season with an Irish tale that will leave audiences laughing. This comic caper involves the unlikely pairing of a nun and ex-con who are on the run, racing to expose the evidence of wrongdoing by an oil company. pte.mb.ca


Butcher Nov. 18 to Dec. 6 A haunting exploration of when justice-denied become vengeance- sought. On Christmas Eve, at a police station, a mysterious old man is found wear- ing a foreign military uniform and a Santa hat. An ominous note hangs on a piece of meat saying, “Arrest me.” As a lawyer, police officer and transla- tor struggle to unravel the truth, they uncover a past that won’t stay buried. You’ll be on the edge of your seat. pte.mb.ca


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WINNIPEG SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA


Tianwa Yang: Passion of the Violin Sept. 18 to 19 WSO in Brandon: Sept. 20 Tianwa performs Paganini’s Violin Concerto No. 1, a high-wire-act full of beautiful Italian melody from this master violinist/composer in a program filled with music by some of the world’s greatest orchestrators. wso.ca/tianwa


Umi Garrett: Piano Prodigy Sept. 25 to 26 Welcome Umi back to the WSO with a concerto from the master himself, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. And to open, enjoy a stirring drama in music by the greatest opera composer after Rossini, Giuseppe Verdi. wso.ca/umi


Quartetto Gelato! Oct. 16 to 18 Quartetto Gelato, the multi-faceted ensemble featured on the Hollywood soundtrack Only You, commands the stage with Latin rhythm, gypsy showpieces and beautiful Neapolitan songs. Quartetto Gelato enthralls audi- ences with its electric performances and acrobatic tricks. Expect a sizzling performance filled with beautiful tunes, songs and brilliant virtuosity. wso.ca/gelato


Dan Kamin’s Haunted Orchestra Oct. 25 A concert morphs into a scary movie! Nerdy Mr. Kirby, from the National Institute for Children’s Entertainment, doesn’t believe in the magical power of music. But when the conductor waves his magic baton, strange things begin to happen. Kids and adults alike delight in Dan Kamin’s antics as he is “haunted” by the timeless music of Grieg, Leroy Anderson, Strauss and others. It adds up to a quirky, charming and brilliant performance. wso.ca/haunted


James Morrison: Trumpet Master Nov. 6 to 8 Australian jazz star James Morrison takes you on a panoramic survey of jazz. Morrison plays an astounding 10 instruments throughout, includ- ing trombone, saxophone, piano, and “keytar”. wso.ca/james


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