Articles by Rachel Levine
Interview with Matt Enos and Michelle Cajolet-Couture about their project to bring Shakespeare to the city alleyways.
September in Montreal has festivals and events for everyone.
Maggie Winston talks about how she started in puppeteering, why she came to Montreal, and her latest production, The Heron Walks.
Solid programming makes this annual festival a great way to start the school year.
This excellent production brings the works of the first female medieval playwright to the stage with everyday objects.
Montreal’s digital arts and music festival features 52 world premiere performances.
Scapegoat Carnivale Theatre uses puppetry to bring play by first woman playwright to the stage. Win tickets HERE.
Celebrate indigenous cultures worldwide with this long running festival.
What should you be doing in August in Montreal?
Madeline Brewer delivers an outstanding performance as an online cam girl in this gripping film.
A selection of titles you should catch at the Fantasia festival, ranging from adolescent angst to zombies.
Film, performances, and an art exhibition are on order for Inuit art festival.