Bring your underground-expctations to Peopl’s Comedy and prepare to be pampered. Shows take place in Old Montreal in a classy bar, featuring select comedians.
More side splitting melodrama with ducks, lovers lost, lovers found, and the mother-son relationship.
Get to know other cultures through Montreal’s ethnographic film festival. Films are free and look at places ranging from our own backyard to Bangalore.
Jeff Gandell talks about his remount of The Balding, as well as the process of writing and creating the show.
Character driven Stay sometimes fall prey to over-emphasis of contrast and home.
Comedy Nest St. Patrick’s Day Show brings out the rowdy in the audience and the comedians.
Colin Lalonde, founder and artistic director of Studio Porte Bleue, talks about why he showcases non-traditional theatre works in a non-traditional space in St. Henri.
New film by Denis Villeneuve is a masterpiece of duality that looks at human nature’s dark side.
Directorial horror debut is a success for Jeremy Lovering, though not the most novel spin on the date-of-terror scenario.
Can the boys pull it off as good as the girls?
Told entirely with puppets, the Aeneid lets the audience forget the puppeteer.