The Pianist of Willesden is a must see show about survival and triumph during World War II.
Well done show raises themes about power, abuse, and sex.
Don’t miss a thing this July with our monthly calendar of what’s happening in the city.
Three more shows reviewed: Happy-ish, Magnificence, and Lear in Limbo.
Reviews for Attempts in Flight, The Adventures of Humphrey Beauregard, The Case O’Bianca, and Under the Sheets
From rural Texas to California to New York, Kate Robards’ journey is physical, emotional, and sexual.
Montreal Fringe shows start today. Our list of ones that are bound to delight.
June is a month of festivals in Montreal. Here are the ones you might want to check out.
Annual festival brings to light stories of the underrepresented and challenges what the media usually shows.
There are more festivals than sunny days in May — and May tends to be full of sunshine in the city!
Interview with director Peter Giser about artistic and directorial decisions of the upcoming production.
Your list of the best festivals and events taking place this April in Montreal
Play not only has staying power but continues to awe.
Play about millennials lacks substance, but has other good points.
Great farce made perfect by actors, timing.
Montreal is in like a lion and out like a lion when it comes to festivals and events. March has got you covered from films on art to going all green on St. Pat’s
Henry VIII’s last wife is every inch his match in this excellent production.
Opera follows life of boxer who only wanted to be a hat maker.
A new festival comes to town with all the guts, blood, screams, and thrills you can stand.