One Great Winnipeg
Written and Performed by Caity Curtis & Stephen Sim
The Probable Cast - Winnipeg, MB
V.11 - Centennial Concert Hall - Rehearsal Hall 
We all love/hate Winnipeg… and yet some unseen magic in between Garbage Hill and The Salisbury House keeps us here. One noteworthy Winnipegger joins the cast every night to share their own thoughts on the ‘Heart of the Continent’. The team of improvisers behind The Big Stupid Improv Show are back to unpack what truly makes this One Great City. “…improv so sufficiently adept they’d make you think it was scripted…” - Winnipeg Free Press 2016

Stephen Sim and Caity Curtis

Show Info:
60 Mins
Tickets: $12
$10 Seniors



No warnings

Thu July 18 10:45 PM
Fri July 19 5:30 PM
Sat July 20 12:00 PM
Sun July 21 3:30 PM
Mon July 22 1:45 PM
Wed July 24 7:00 PM
Fri July 26 12:00 PM
Sat July 27 9:00 PM

One Great Winnipeg

The Probable Cast—Centennial Concert Hall – Rehearsal Hall

I’m not a big fan of improv—and I hate stand-up. I don’t hate either of those as much as I hate
Winnipeg. Those who know me at all, know that I loathe this city and I count the minutes until I can leave.

That’s what brings me to this show. Whether they’re jabs at Winnipeg or lauds, I’d either love/hate it. Sadly, it was neither. The intro cited a couple of tidbits about Winnipeg but the remainder of the
performance barely had any reference to it, beyond mentioning the name.

Based on the audience, I think the people generally found the show entertaining and funny. I didn’t see it that way but hey, I warned in the first sentence that this isn’t my type of show. If you’re expecting a
tribute or dissection of Winnipeg, move on; if you want stand-up and improv, you’re at the right place.

Ray Yuen