Articles by Anna Fuerstenberg
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.
Story of Métis leader based on Chester Brown’s book runs a little long but has some clever acts of puppetry within.
Show by Montreal playwright looks at how two couples struggle with their differences.
Pig Girl explores the emotional strength of a kidnapping victim and the sister who wants to rescue her.
Site specific piece haunts the Royal Vic with its old residents.
Fanny Brice gets her day with some talented actors, great directing, and a marvelous set.
Play by Pesephone Productions explores when women were allowed to take the stage for the first time, upturning the lives of male actors who played female roles
A play governed by personae looks at a world where plants and animals are morphing into beasts that ravage humans.
Production at the Leonardo da Vinci Centre doesn’t live up to its promises.
Summer’s annual Shakespeare in the Park production of Twelfth Night a glorious production.
Bar Kapra the Squirrel Hunter and The Inventor of All Things reviewed.
Beloved Montreal story gets song and dance treatment with exquisite performances.
Excellent play retells Brecht’s Mother Courage for contemporary world.