Montreal 2016 in December is markets, music, and merry making. Check out the list of festivals and other events here.
Interview with Writer-Director Étienne Lepage about the evolution of his FTA piece.
Based on the true story of Marc Hall, this marvelous show captures Marc’s fight to bring his boyfriend to a Catholic school prom.
Martin Law discusses his current play and the creation of his theatre company.
Theatrical production of horror novel full of emotion and suspense.
When I heard about Teesri Duniya Theatre’s The Refugee Hotel, I knew I absolutely wanted to see it. As someone who is interested in history, the arts, and how they can [read on]
From the first day to the last, we’ve got a festival or an event to keep your Montreal November on the move.
Want to see some dark comedy about Chilean refugees in a Montreal hotel in 1974? Win tickets here.
Politically aware director of Tessri Duniya Theatre discusses the resettlement of refugees, whether Chilean refugees of ’73 or Syrian refugees of today.
Gripping production an unflinching look at hard realities.
Cabaret DadaMomentum, event La Sala Rossa, October 14 @ 8 PM La Sala Rossa is celebrating dada’s centennial with an evening of theatre, music, mime, abstraction, poetry [read on]
A stranger who washes up on the beach fills multiple roles in a small Atlantic town.