Interview with Karen Chen about the creation of Alegria Ballet and their upcoming performance at the Mainline.
Conceptual theatre-dance piece cooks up something thoughtful.
With so many great films premiering in Montreal for FIFA, it can be hard to choose a few. Here are some select picks for the first week of the festival.
Acrobatic cross-genre play makes its word premiere in English in Montreal. It’s a must see. Read on to find out why.
Photojournal of the steamiest, hottest most Spanglish of burlesque shows.
Short work explores the complexities of contemporary dating.
La Otra Orilla pushes flamenco art to new forms.
Five dancers bring thrilling piece to stage.
It was a beautiful night when US techno DJ MAceo Plex played a three hour set while Pierre Kwenders held the side stage.
Quebec Queen on the turntables comes home to heat up the outdoor dance party.
Montreal’s up and coming choreographers work with mentors to present short but powerful works at the Bouge d’Ici.
Dada Masilo reinvents the classic by mixing ballet and African dance, but the challenges in this excellent show don’t stop there.
Dance piece reflects on how the dancer continues while the body ages.
Got resolved for 2016? Here’s how to make that resolution come to fruition. Suggestions for ways to improve yourself around Montreal.
What more could you want for New Year’s Eve 2016? Dancing to great beats, a great band, drinks, and burlesque.
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.
Annual dance festival showcases how dance comes in many varieties and there’s something for everyone.
We got a list of things to do for New Year’s Eve. All the parties, music, comedy, fireworks, and champagne you can handle is listed here.
Tangente explores collective unconsciousness in piece by Manuel Roque.
Even with their one night show of A Chorus Line, Beautiful City Theatre adds its unique touch. Interview with Calli Armstrong and Ghislain Doté.