The Wildside Festival’s showcases pieces on identity and works in progress.
Fine production at the Centaur features excellent cast.
Brilliant play captures the difficulties of hyphenated identities.
Fantastic dance piece about masculinity and sexuality is both funny and captivating.
Improvised show is warm, witty, and heartwarming.
Great farce made perfect by actors, timing.
Henry VIII’s last wife is every inch his match in this excellent production.
Reviews of Crime After Crime and Macbeth Muet.
Strong characters and a focus on first-generation immigrant problems make for a compelling show
Play needs a few tweaks to bring out the best in an immigrant, intergenerational story.
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1950s racism is alive and well.
A must see show about the dangers of tyrannical governments and censorship.
Big musical fun with a pulpy look at the battle for morality in Montreal in the 1950s.
Show by Montreal playwright looks at how two couples struggle with their differences.
Dance piece reflects on how the dancer continues while the body ages.
Why should sleeping beauty sleep her way through her starring role? Rosaruby Kagan and Julia Ainsworth let kids rewrite the story at this production.
Centaur show explores violence and vengeance following civil war.