McGill’s Tuesday Night Cafe presents Anilouh’s version of the Antigone with Creon as a sympathetic character.
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.
Montreal’s first improv mini series set on the American frontier, Wild Heart Acres, begins its four month run now.
You already know how it ends (the full monty, of course), but the fun is watching six lovable, unemployed men learn about themselves while creating a strip tease act.
Montreal has a new musical out this week about a young man coming to terms with his sexual orientation. We talk to playwright and director Trevor Barrette about the show.
Growing up in the hometown of Shania Twain is hard enough. Now add to that being the new kid at school and having a glass eye…
First time playwright Michael Martini explores the complexity of female ambition and the relationship between Glamour and Mental Illness in two new plays.
Important story of the Union Carbide disaster undermined by over-the-top evil characters.
Slow paced french film looks at the relationship between a mother and son.
From an elderly Japanese gentleman to a 12-year-old boy, Jon Lachlan Stewart explores a shooting on a Vancouver sky train from six different perspectives.
In a play that blurs the line between fact and fiction, Anthony Johnston and Nathan Schwartz talk about the relationship between lies, pranks, and art.
Ingrid Hansen talks about creating the play Little Orange Man and why they ditched the Disney and kept the grandfather.