Immersive experience astounds.
Play not only has staying power but continues to awe.
We send a photographer to crawl the halls of the city underground for the annual art festival.
Contemporary dance piece explores themes of identity and colonization.
RIDM launches with Christy Garland’s What Walaa Wants, about a Palestinian woman coming-of-age in Balata Camp.
Cautionary tale about a couple and their Sri Lankan caregiver warns of the social structures that trap us.
Kamau’s multimedia piece exploring the concept of loss will be presented on November 1st and 2nd.
Dance gets a VR makeover in Tangente’s latest.
Canada Stage’s new director Brendan Healy talks to Marianne Ackerman about taking the helm in advance of The Children’s opening in Montreal
Zsolt Alapi begins a new column with an homage to a show at the Rising Sun.
A few last shows you won’t want to miss at the Fringe this year
Elisabeth Martel braved rain and crowds to bring this photojournal of the top bands at Pouzza Fest 2018
Front woman Shawna Potter talks about the band’s latest album, internalized sexism, and the notebook.
Cathartic and fun, choose your weapons and your games and get your angst out.
Celebrate art in all its forms with the annual Art Matters festival.
Picks from real Montrealers (of course) where to get your Chinese food fix on December 25
Old Port restro offers up tasty food and funky Montreal rhythms
With a stellar performance from star Marine Johnson, it looks like Quebec has their very own Jennifer Lawrence.