Montreal’s up and coming choreographers work with mentors to present short but powerful works at the Bouge d’Ici.
Annual dance festival showcases how dance comes in many varieties and there’s something for everyone.
The Mainline Theatre is expanding to take over a street-level gallery space. Amy Blackmore talks about the new space and how it will be used.
Air guitar so real, you’d believe they knew how to play.
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.
First Quebec Drama Federation launch of 2015 runs out of seats. Here’s what you missed!
The third annual run of The Rocky Horror Show at the Mainline is wicked, saucy fun.
CinéDanse and Projet Migration showcase the diversity of dance in Montreal through film and performance.
The ever-growing Bouge d’Ici festival gives emerging movement artists and dancers a chance to showcase their talents and enjoy the fruits of mentorship.