Articles by Althea Wilson-Forbes
Film version of fairy-tales-retold Broadway musical keeps the characters in motion with dance and song.
All secrets were finally revealed when Broken River had its last show on Sunday, in front of a packed house. The actors really went all out, frantically trying to bring all [read on]
Broken River continues to be a clever mixed bag of goodies for audiences that’ve braved the cold every Sunday for the past three weeks. Broken River Part 2 – by [read on]
A mysterious murder case, a number of suspects and two detectives putting pieces together in a completely improvised mini-series Broken River at Montreal Improv
New Montreal Improv macabre serial Broken River gets underway pretty quickly, with a real “corpse” on stage and the unmistakable sounds of police sirens.
Montreal Improv puts forward another serial series by the same team that introduced Wild Heart Acres.
Hector (Simon Pegg) goes around the world to find happiness. This feel-good film will put a smile on your face.
Egoyan’s latest inspired by headlines but misses out on opportunities to create realism.
Sequel featuring Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon entertaining and full of vistas.
Espionage thriller features the late-Philip Seymour Hoffman as the ultimate German intelligence officer.
Review of Gunnin’ For That #1 Spot, the late Adam Yauch’s documentary on aspiring NBA stars.
Film about Van Walls brings this iconic and important musician and producer to light.
Quicksilver Dance’s choreographer Mariah Steele speaks about the philosophy of the group and their latest show Tempest in a Teacup.
When the cast asked “Name something lost” and an audience member suggested “virginity,” Wild Heart Acres was destined for its best night ever.
In this installment, one character fights another, even though they’re both played by the same actor. How do they pull this stuff off at the Montreal Improv?
Shauntay Grant’s The Bridge is featured at the Black Theatre Workshop’s Discovery Series. Director Mike Payette discusses the production.
More side splitting melodrama with ducks, lovers lost, lovers found, and the mother-son relationship.
Intimate retrospective traces Gillis’ path through 40 years of dance.
Big drama in the prairie as the gang responds to a flying machine that destroys corn, Burt’s bees, and a murderous pig.
Serafim and Clare follows two artists, a photographer and a dancer, who come together as lovers despite their different backgrounds in Quebec of the 1920s.