Three short works on being a woman.
Strong characters and a focus on first-generation immigrant problems make for a compelling show
Unusual and prize winning production, Tragic Queens, is not just unique for its content, but also for its creation.
Dennis Lyxzen talks about what it’s like to be playing the long game in punk music.
Kate Stockburger talks about the feminist theory of Sad Girls behind Tragic Queens
Art festival looks at contemporary art in the city.
Check out the album of this dreamy, alt-rock band.
Reviews of Whip, 0 Days without Crying, tldr;smh, A Change in the Weather
Feminist short works festival has grown both in the number of its offerings and its goals. Read more here.
Heterosexual sex is undergoing its own radical transformation.
Holly Gauthier-Frankel talks about the creation of her third show about Miss Sugarpuss and why this one will be the character’s last.
Support mostly proper ladies Tessa J Brown and Marianne Trenka fund their Montreal Fringe Show.
Making a film with an orgy in a yurt can be empowering and carry multiple messages. Find out more in Karan’s interview with the Level UP team here.
“You can’t be a word nerd and not into poetry,” Rabbit says. We want to send this slam poet to the Verses Festival. Find out more here.
Animated film praised for handling difficult topics suffers from its own prejudices and stereotypes.
This new event celebrates leadership, talent, and humanitarian work by giving an award to Miss Black Inspiration.
Conceptual theatre-dance piece cooks up something thoughtful.