Tour de force of puppeteering, Ronnie Burkett brings many characters to life.
Brilliant farce with great acting, sets, and top notch directing now on.
Don’t miss this well acted show as Roy Surette directs his farewell work as artistic director of the Centaur Theatre.
Seasonal theatre is incomplete without Centaur’s annual short-works program the Urban Tales.
Latest play by Beautiful City Theatre looks at school bullying and violence.
Big musical fun with a pulpy look at the battle for morality in Montreal in the 1950s.
Playwright and actress Elena Belyea talks about the creation of her controversial show Miss Katelyn’s Grade Threes Prepare for the Inevitable.
Centaur Theatre gives you a reason to go outside with its offerings for the 19th annual Wildside Festival.
If you’re crossed off the nice list, you might as well go see these erotic tales told by some of your favourite local actors.
A play governed by personae looks at a world where plants and animals are morphing into beasts that ravage humans.
Playwright Marianne Ackerman talks to Angela about putting together a play about the clash of Mile End’s new and old residents.
Vittorio Rossi draws back the curtain on the Canadian Film Fund board and though the process is ugly, the comedy is una bella follia!
Expect this comedy about human ambition and art to be like Woody Allen, only set in Montreal and involving Italians!
First Quebec Drama Federation launch of 2015 runs out of seats. Here’s what you missed!
Angela Potvin discusses Aiden Flynn Lost His Brother So He Makes Another with Nathan Howe.
The Centaur’s production of Herzog’s 4000 Miles brings together a Gen Y hippie and a Greatest Generation hippie for a month of unpacking baggage.
The Segal’s world premiere of Hinton’s adaption of Chekov’s The Seagull is moving and beautiful acted.
Bob is a middle-aged political theory professor who is about to take his midterm on ethics, as given by God herself.
In a play that blurs the line between fact and fiction, Anthony Johnston and Nathan Schwartz talk about the relationship between lies, pranks, and art.