Articles by Stephanie Weiner
Jacob Tierney directs Tom Stoppard’s witty play Travesties at the Segal Centre.
Hungarian-Canadian jazz pianist, Robi Botos, makes Toronto his home. He’s worked with Oscar Peterson and won countless awards all over the world, all by the tender age of [read on]
Catching up following the first session of Imago Theater’s ARTISTA Program
Newfoundland’s Fortunate Ones, played an incredible show at Montreal’s Petit Campus. Stephanie interviews them HERE.
Interview with the French-Algerian trumpeter on the eve of his album launch.
Catch Newfoundland duo at Petit Campus tonight!
Interview with Jon Asher about Blankfest Quebec 2015, an event that brings together local rock bands for a great cause- Montreal’s homeless.
Montreal can lay a touch of claim to Aussie singer-songwriter The Singer (Mike O’Dowd): he’s been based here this past year. Last Fall, he released a debut EP, New Blue [read on]
Combining blues guitar, gritty vocals and beatboxing, Heymoonshaker is making a fantastic and unique sound.
David Sherman and Nancy Lee deliver an intimate and relatable performance in their docu-musical Lost & Found.
Montreal lovebirds, David Sherman and Nancy Lee talk about their road to romance and their musical play, Lost & Found.
Australia’s singer-songwriter, The Singer, talks music, his new EP, influences, and life in Montreal.
Witty, punny play is as much Shakespeare as it is The Princess Bride.
Youth oriented theater at the Coups de Theatre Festival explores some very grown up themes. Reviews of several shows.
No One Like Hugh is coming to the Mainline this week. Writer Travis Martin talks about creating the play and his wild, wild life.
Michael Bernard Fitzgerald (MBF) is a Canadian Calgarian you don’t want to miss.
Moving portrait of a family with an adopted Sudanese student also examines western privilege and the Canadian immigrant experience.
An Interview with Micheline Chevrier, Imago Theater’s Artistic Director about six works by six companies on the theme of war
British invader Eric Burdon talks to Montreal Rampage about his encounter with James Brown, making iconic music, and his appreciation for music today.
Calgary’s MBF brings his cheery spirit and great music to Montreal.