Tangente explores collective unconsciousness in piece by Manuel Roque.
Nancy Berman reviews the latest triple bill from the Ballets Jazz de Montreal.
Atlantic Canada’s Ballet-Theatre brings the story of Piaf to Theatre Outremont. Review here.
With his latest work, a set of four solos called Rites, José Navas marks a personal rite of passage in his life and long career as a dancer and choreographer. Having [read on]
With local and international artists, this celebration of arabic culture goes from djs to sitars, bellydance to orchestras, fiction to documentary. Check it out.
A monthly event at La Tulipe lets new artists have a chance in the limelight.
Charming Japanese ballet of popular folktale now playing at Place des Arts.
That is James Bond vs. David Lynch. Whose movies get the best dance moves? Find out tonight.
The National Ballet of Canada launches the Danse Danse season with a stunning contemporary triple bill featuring works by Forsythe, Goecke, and McGregor.
POP Montreal welcomes two not-miss dance pieces at Monument National that you can even hit up with your pass.
Helen Simard explains why she’s remounting her piece with a rock band.
Sean Lapalme captures all of Under Pressure’s offerings from skateboarding to urban dance.
List of festivals and events in Montreal taking place in August 2015. Dance, food, culture, and lots of pride!
Book launch of Ian Ferrier’s book accompanied by performances.
Unusual, artistic dance piece at the FTA reviewed.
Some photos and a quick overview of Montreal’s Fringe For All.
Rachel talks to Montreal Fringe Festival Executive Director Amy Blackmore about the 25th anniversary of the Fringe, the deep fringe, and her favourite moment of the Fringe.
Six street dance inspired artists use their bodies as canvases and paint with the urban form in creative ways.
Contemporary dance group puts on very physical piece about pairs.
The FTA invites strong and innovative directors and choreographers to the city for two weeks of Art! Here are some of our picks.