Montreal’s theatre-comedy-burlesque-music festival brings 130 independent acts to the city. What to pick? Here’s some help.
The intermedia/cyberarts students worked hard to fundraise for this exhibition. Now’s the time to see their finished works.
Can the boys pull it off as good as the girls?
Chinese opera company blends traditional Eastern performance with Western story and creates entertaining spectacle.
China showcases its artists and performing groups in a series of events that bring music, dance, song, and acrobatics to Place Des Arts this February.
You’ve never seen the superhero universe get this hot until you’ve seen Burlesgeek. The show at Sala Rosa proves that geeks do it better.
Thea d’Ora is a new burlesque character on the Montreal stage. She’s bringing that 1920s sexy back.
From instagram feed of http://instagram.com/atsa_mtl — photographs of Nov 5, 2013 Although sometimes my apartment can feel like there are no walls on the coldest days [read on]
Poets battle with tongues at the Canadian Festival of Spoken Word