How It Works
In the tradition of world-class theatre districts like London, New York and Toronto, Winnipeg's Dinner and a Show enriches the dining and theatre experience with easy-to-access and value-based packages:
To order your all-inclusive package, follow these three easy steps:
- Choose your show and dinner package. Click on the "book now" button or call the MTC Box Office at 204-942-6537. Packages start at $65 and include a three-course meal, gratuity, theatre tickets and applicable taxes (except GST).
- Book your restaurant seat. Seating is limited so the sooner you reserve your seat, the better. If the restaurant of your choice is full, you may transfer your meal coupon to one of the other participating restaurants or you can use it on another night.
- Enjoy your dinner and show! As you indulge in amazing theatre and fabulous dining in the historic Exchange District, you'll be creating an evening to remember.
Gone With the Wind
Scarlett O'Hara and Rhett Butler's classic romance comes to life in this World Premiere adaptation based on Margaret Mitchell's best-selling novel. As the Civil War rages, Scarlett's pampered life of parties and petticoats is threatened and she struggles to survive at any cost. No one is safe from her charming manipulations until she meets her match in the dashing rogue Rhett Butler.
Part mechanic, part psychotherapist and all-around good guy, Ed can fix just about anything. So it's no surprise the folks of Port Petunia flock to Ed's Garage for oil changes and advice. Starring Rod Beattie from the hugely popular Wingfield series, Ed's Garage is a full-service comedy for anyone who needs a light-hearted tune-up.
Daddy Long Legs
A classic Cinderella story with a modern twist! This charming musical is the spirited account of a young orphan as she blossoms into a beautiful, intelligent and vivacious woman. When Jerusha gets the opportunity to go to college, all expenses are paid by a mysterious benefactor whose only requirement is that she never know his identity. As she writes monthly letters to the man she calls "Daddy Long Legs," we're drawn into the lives of these two extraordinary individuals.
Other People's Money
For Larry the Liquidator, there's nothing he loves more than money, especially other people's money. So when Larry sets his sights on a corporate takeover of a fading company, he happily plays monopoly with people's lives. Greed, loyalty and love take centre stage in this comedy about the excess of the '80s that remains startlingly relevant in today's economic climate.