Alex Cross and his Rise to Fame begins with a powerpoint thesis that debauchery in today’s music business is actually a satanic conspiracy. Then the fun begins
New opera company Stu&Jess Productions latest Le Docteur Miracle takes opera out of the theatre and transforms it through innovative performance space and contemporary updating.
Play about a woman working in a Verdun munitions factory more a platform to express the playwright’s political views on war (anti-), French-English relations (laissez-faire), big business (evil), and people with jobs who live in condos (slightly less evil).
Julie Santini composes her own piece about the four short works of Line Up A at the Freestanding Festival.
Raise the Stakes’ production of the Bald Soprano is funny, risky, and instantly charismatic.
Unseamly shows an uncomfortable side of the fashion industry and provokes a reaction, but not necessarily a welcome one.
The Segal’s world premiere of Hinton’s adaption of Chekov’s The Seagull is moving and beautiful acted.
Bob is a middle-aged political theory professor who is about to take his midterm on ethics, as given by God herself.
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.