Opening pieces promise more to come at dance festival in Montreal.
Lisa Conway (L CON) talks about her process of being an all around creative lady in advance of her POP Montreal performance.
Gorgeous pictures from this past Piknic Électronik should entice you to go on Sunday.
Ingrid Hansen appears in two of the Montreal Fringe Festival’s best shows this year.
Reviews of Whip, 0 Days without Crying, tldr;smh, A Change in the Weather
Three minutes is all you get to sell yourself at the Fringe For All. Here are a few of our favourites (but by no means all of our favourites!)
Dans le cadre du festival annuel Montréal en lumière, la Nuit blanche du samedi 4 mars au dimanche, nous replongera à l’époque marquante de l’Expo 67, qui [read on]
Four months after his last appearance, UK artist Sampha is back and not a moment too soon.
Baby it’s cold outside, but it’s worth it to get out there and see what’s happening in Montreal. A list of festivals and events in Montreal for January.
Dance troupe pushes boundaries with touching show.
Léveillé talks about his works that have enjoyed an exceptional longevity and the heart of meaning in his work.
Francois Fournier discute le Piknic
Au bord du fleuve Saint-Laurent, se dessine la silhouette du festival Ancient Future, embrasée par les flammes expirées par les cracheurs de feu. Sur la scène Evasion, [read on]
Dans quelques jours débutera le festival Ancient Future, 3 jours, 3 scènes, plus de 30 artistes internationaux et locaux au Quai de l’Horloge ainsi qu’au Hangar 16!
From fundraisers to photos, the dance festival celebrates dance in many media.
Cirque Le Roux’s first show at Montreal Completement Cirque proves to be a show stopper and Pour le Meilleur et Pour le Pire is a performing couple.
Dance performance combines the life of Pearl S. Buck with Chinese concepts.
Big changes at Les Grands Ballets — a new space, a new Artistic Director, and plenty of ballet to come. Find out about the 2016/17 season here.
Incredible Dora award winning show puts a First Peoples and LGBT spin on Romeo and Juliet.
Two choreographies get at the beastly and rutting side of human nature that aggressively rises in spring.