Articles by Anna Fuerstenberg
Play needs a few tweaks to bring out the best in an immigrant, intergenerational story.
Check out this fantastic show about adolescence communicated through dance.
Brilliant farce with great acting, sets, and top notch directing now on.
1950s racism is alive and well.
Outstanding cast and visionary director bring this piece to the Segal.
Pitch perfect study of first generation immigrants in Montreal.
Don’t miss this well acted show as Roy Surette directs his farewell work as artistic director of the Centaur Theatre.
A must see show about the dangers of tyrannical governments and censorship.
Anna recounts the best works she saw while participating in Ecuador’s Artes Vivas de Loja theatre festival.
Production focuses on absurdity of the middle east through the eyes of a Canadian/American novelist.
Review of a perfect production which is funnier than the original when done in Yiddish.
The first fringe review is in and it is a winner.
Translated show at the MAI an imperfect reflection on the problems of being a first generation immigrant to Quebec.
Dated musical has great acting and a set in a style best described as deconstructed minimalism with disco overtones
What should you look forward to in the season ahead? Everything!
Young and old will appreciate this show with a stellar cast in a gorgeous theatre space.
Excellent one woman show tackles dyslexia and breast cancer, but still manages to shine.
New show at the MAI by the Black Theatre Workshop searches for meaning through song and drama.
Another Home Invasion focuses on dementia and the difficult role of the caregiver.
Acrobatic cross-genre play makes its word premiere in English in Montreal. It’s a must see. Read on to find out why.