Feb 12 2019 | Posted in Newsletter

RWB Dancer Liam Caines in costume for Romeo & Juliet, holding a sword in front of him, looking at the camera.

Romeo & Juliet

FEBRUARY 13-17, 2019 Centennial Concert Hall
RUNNING TIME 2 Hours 5 Minutes
TICKET PICK-UP If you’ve opted to have your tickets held they will be available at the Centennial Concert Hall Box Office prior to showtime.

What to expect at each performance.

RWB Photo Booth
Come to the RWB photo booth before the show and at intermission to have a commemorative photo taken.
The photo booth is a fun and FREE experience in the Concert Hall lobby. Photos are uploaded within a week from the show date to the RWB Facebook page so that attendees can have a copy of their photo.

Pre-Show Chats
Come early to Centennial Concert Hall to catch interviews before each performance on the right side of the Concert Hall lobby.


Wednesday, February 13

  • HOST
  • Brittany Greenslade
  • Global News
  • Senior Reporter/ Anchor

  • Jo-Ann Sundermeier
  • RWB Principal Dancer

Thursday, February 14

  • HOST
  • Steve Adams
  • Hot 100.5 FM Host

  • Catherine Wreford-Ledlow
  • Guest Artist: Lady Capulet

Friday, February 15

  • HOST
  • Stacy Lazor
  • Energy 106 FM Host

  • Stephan Azulay
  • RWB Corps de Ballet Dancer

Saturday, February 16

  • HOST
  • Katherine Dow
  • CTV Videojournalist

  • Craig Ramsay
  • Guest Artist: Lord Capulet

Sunday, February 17

  • HOST
  • Simeon Rusnak
  • Classic 107 FM Host

  • Elizabeth Lamont
  • RWB Second Soloist Dancer

Backstage Tour
Join us immediately after the performances on Thursday, February 14, Saturday, February 16 for a Backstage Tour!
Tickets are free and can be picked up in advance at intermission.
Limited tickets are available on a first come, first serve basis.

Meet the Dancers
Join us immediately after the performance on Friday, February 15 for an opportunity to meet and chat with RWB dancers.

Parking at Centennial Concert Hall
Click here for information about parking around the Centennial Concert Hall

Share the air, go scent free.
We ask that you please be considerate of those in the audience who may have allergies and/or multiple chemical sensitivities and refrain from wearing perfume, cologne or other scented products.
To ensure that all of our patrons have the best possible experience, we ask that all cell phones be powered completely off, or that they be put on silent with the screen turned all the way down. We would also like to ask that there be no talking during the performance and to remind everyone that there is no food allowed in the theatre.
Thank-you for your cooperation.

The Royal Winnipeg Ballet gratefully acknowledges Romeo & Juliet’s Performance Sponsors Wawanesa, Bloomex, Winnipeg Airports Authority, and Terracon Development Ltd. for their support of costume refurbishment for this production.