Beau Theatre co. is a local independent theatre group, striving to bring to non conventional stages theatrical works that relate to topics in our community, in hopes of sparking compassion. Beau premiered it's first show, student body in Winnipeg's Fringe Festival in 2017 and made a special appearance at Winnipeg's Pride Festival mainstage. Since then Beau has toured in Fringe festivals and participated in RMTC's Master Playwright Festival.
SEASCAPE WITH SHARKS AND DANCER
Seascape is an exploration of fear, love and what it means to be human. A young man who lives in a remote beach bungalow has pulled a lost young woman from the ocean. Soon, she finds herself entangled in his life and torn between her need to come to rest somewhere and her certainty that all human relationships eventually turn into nightmares.
Seascape was performed at the Regina Fringe Festival July 10-14th & Gimli Theatre festival aug 23-25th.
TUESDAYS & sundayS
The spirits of William and Mary, a teenage couple, awaken into a void. As they question where they are, they begin to relive their first meeting at a New Year's Eve social, the initial giddy courtship and the overwhelming passions of first love, the pangs of a six-month absence from each other, an unplanned pregnancy and the guilt and shame of a young man living in a rural community in which respectability is of utmost importance.
tuesdays & sundays will perform at #winnipegfringe and at the a-spire players summer theatre season summer 2018.
WOMEN OF MANHATTAN
Three women struggle to answer some of life's toughest questions. Through each other's support and hardships, they can each find some truth. They have a fiery love for one another and must always drink from fancy glasses.
Beau presents to you an evening of celebration. Come early to connect with one another through art and live music. Stay afterward for discussion and the best of the 80's from local musicians. We encourage you to enjoy multi-levels of creation and connection throughout the night!
WOMEN OF MANHATTAN PERFORMED 6 SHOWS at #ShanleyFest February 8-12, 2018.
Beau Theatre debuted its first production at the Winnipeg Fringe Festival 2017 with STUDENT BODY written by Frank Winters and directed by Rob Kwade. Beau also appeared at the Winnipeg Pride Festival 2017 on the main stage and hosted a 'Sneak Peek' for Fringe at the Kings Head Pub.
STUDENT BODY PERFORMED 7 SHOWS AT
#WINNIPEGFRINGE JULY 19-30, 2017.
As a Not-For-Profit, Beau Theatre Co. lives and thrives off of the support of the local community, and the time and efforts of our artists. To learn about sponsorship and other ways you can support your local theatre groups, please contact us through the form provided!
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