Bob is a middle-aged political theory professor who is about to take his midterm on ethics, as given by God herself.
McGill’s Tuesday Night Cafe presents Anilouh’s version of the Antigone with Creon as a sympathetic character.
There’s good vampires and then there are bad ones. Then there are some half-vampires and some non-vampires. There’s also some romance. Sounds like a mess.
China showcases its artists and performing groups in a series of events that bring music, dance, song, and acrobatics to Place Des Arts this February.
Julian Baslyk’s exhibition of colourful paintings makes for a night of good food, good music, and good art in NDG.
You’ve never seen the superhero universe get this hot until you’ve seen Burlesgeek. The show at Sala Rosa proves that geeks do it better.
CCA Exhibit takes a closer look at the 19th century Arabic city and the idea of Orientalism through the lens of photographers.
I, Frankenstein short on romance, big on effects.
2-year-old feminist art history journal Yiara hosts art exhibition.
Thea d’Ora is a new burlesque character on the Montreal stage. She’s bringing that 1920s sexy back.
Montreal bookmobile making book about five years on the road as seen from an international, traveling zine library.
Costa-Gavras’ film shares much in common with Wall Street, but the emotional maturity of the protagonist gives this film a different flavour.
Vietnamese documentary shows the difficulty and longing that ties a westernized grandson, now filmmaker, and his grandmother who still lives in Vietnam.
Montreal’s first improv mini series set on the American frontier, Wild Heart Acres, begins its four month run now.
At age 25, filmmaker Jason DaSilva is struck with severe multiple sclerosis. When I Walk documents a life that doesn’t stop, even while facing debilitation.
You already know how it ends (the full monty, of course), but the fun is watching six lovable, unemployed men learn about themselves while creating a strip tease act.
Joe Bronzi wasn’t going to win the hearts of all the girls as a jock or a model, so he opted for comedy instead.
Montreal has a new musical out this week about a young man coming to terms with his sexual orientation. We talk to playwright and director Trevor Barrette about the show.
Growing up in the hometown of Shania Twain is hard enough. Now add to that being the new kid at school and having a glass eye…