Feminist short works festival has grown both in the number of its offerings and its goals. Read more here.
En ces jours frisquets où la déprime nous guette tout au long de l’hiver il est bon d’égayer nos esprits en se permettant des sorties culturelles. À titre de [read on]
Le label russe трип pose ses valises au Hangar 16 le temps d’un weekend. Accueillis par La Bacchanale, Nina Kraviz et Bjarki transportent la foule montréalaise.
Francois Fournier discute le Piknic
September is revving up and that means festivals downtown, froshies screaming airing out sweaters and cardigans, and just maybe, maybe a slow down to this epic bout of [read on]
Round three of the Fringe Festival reviews with A Perfect Picture, Bizarro Obscure, Messy Bitch, Sexpectations, and Does Not Play Well With Others
In the fifth dispatch about Clavis Argentum, Angela reflects on performing to a packed house at Cafe Campus.
The queens perform in a variety of acts that dazzle and awe.
I could have named another 25 easily. Here are 10 you might not have on your radar that you should, and 4 that probably already are.
June is a month of festivals in Montreal. Here are the ones you might want to check out.
It’s not all red noses and honking horns. Clowning is a serious art form. Interview with the fabulous Kendall Savage.
The D.A., Downtime, and Parker and Seville at the Montreal Improv Theatre get lots of audience love.