Interview with Australian burlesque star, Becky Lou, on why she’s ending her decade-long career.
Lyla McQueen Shah shares her picks from the Montreal Fringe For All.
A wide variety of styles and artists were on hand to ink your body or provide some body art.
Verdun street fair featured puppets of all kinds, from Punch and Judy to Chinese dragons.
Witty play Features great lines, high energy, and koi.
Review of Dr. Faustus by Montreal’s year-old theatre group, Chocolate Moose Theatre Company.
A Bandolier of Dreams and High Tea bring out the British accents. Which one is real and which one isn’t? Wine or tea? Where’s the beer?
Despite an oppressive atmosphere, Lynn and Carina lighten spirits with their witty and ambiguously amorous exchange of Greek lyric poetry.
This surreal Siddhartha story has Brad Pitt face an existential crisis over global warming, leave society, and return.
Elegantly executed production raises the issue of artistic pursuits when one is talented but less than the best. How can one throw away all those grueling hours perfecting one’s art?
When Marlene is promoted to the top, her celebratory dinner party is attended by historical figures. Find out why this dazzling play is close, but no cigar.
Strawberries in January a sweet, delightful play performed in French and English on alternate nights, examines teen love.
Suffering from a clichéd protagonist, the good points of this show can’t redeem the bad.
An in-sync cast delivers polished show about real estate.
Told entirely with puppets, the Aeneid lets the audience forget the puppeteer.
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
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.
Important story of the Union Carbide disaster undermined by over-the-top evil characters.