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End Hate Cabaret

Meraki Theatre Productions is hosting our (second annual!) cabaret fundraiser at Wee Johnny's (117 McDermot Ave) on Thursday, February 28th @ 7:00pm to raise money to cover theatre costs for our upcoming play "The Laramie Project: 10 Years Later.” This production will be the Manitoba premiere performed during Winnipeg Pride 2019. We are going to be donating 25% of the ticket proceeds of our show to the brand new Get Real Manitoba youth program for LGBTQ+ youth and allies. We have some stellar performers, exciting silent auction prizes + cheap drinks.
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TIME: Thursday, February 28th @ 7:00pm

PERFORMERS: We have an incredible line-up of performers which will include:
Maggie Collins, Featherfall, Kira Gregory, Rebekah Hatherly, Elissa Black Wolf Kixen, Mackenzie Kolton, Rachelle Landry, Kimmy Martin, Hera Nalam, Ady & V and The Patriarchy, Wes Rambo, Walker Rambo, Christopher Elizabeth, Victoria Turko
Co-Hosted by: Carly Rackal and Taylor Gregory

"The Laramie Project: 10 Years Later"

Rehearsals are currently underway for our production and Manitoba Premiere of “The Laramie Project: 10 Years Later.” Stay tuned for more information about the show! We can’t wait to share this production with you. The show will take place during Winnipeg Pride and will be performed at the Rachel Browne Theatre May 28th - June 1st (7:30pm nightly).

Thank you, 2018!

Hi there, everyone! We just wanted to say a huge thank you to all of the endless support we have received this year. From attending our shows, making donations to causes that we are supporting, coming to our special events, and all of your kind words in regards to our community involvement - THANK YOU!

We cannot wait to see what 2019 has in store for us. We are just a few weeks away from starting up rehearsals for the Manitoba Premiere of “The Laramie Project: 10 Years Later” and we were accepted into the 2019 Winnipeg Fringe Festival for Kids Fringe (we cannot wait to bring a show to the stage that youth will be able to enjoy!). Stay tuned for more information and we hope that 2019 brings more love, more kindness and more acceptance for all.

xo

"Favourite Local Performance"

Recently “The Uniter,” the University of Winnipeg’s newspaper, published their 2018 Uniter 30 Edition, featuring the top 30 favourite local people, places & things of 2018 voted by the public. We are overjoyed to announce that we won in the category of “Favourite Local Performance” of 2018 for our production of “The Laramie Project” (May, 2018)! We feel so honoured and truly touched that so many people appreciated our performance and voted for us! We can’t do what we do without the amazing support that we’ve been receiving and we want to say a huge thank you to you, Winnipeg!