Interview with Fiona Ross about Plays By Kids, an ingenious production that takes plays written by little people and has big people perform them.
Two new show reviews — one a murder mystery, the other an exploration of trauma through art.
The first fringe review is in and it is a winner.
Enter to win tickets to see the Ragers show on June 16 at Divan Orange.
Holly Gauthier-Frankel talks about the creation of her third show about Miss Sugarpuss and why this one will be the character’s last.
Picks for the annual St-Ambroise Fringe Music Festival taking place in June. Gather ’round at Le Divan!
When in doubt, blame the cat.
“The great part of this, is that I am effectively living two entire lives, that I am doubling my time on Earth in a way. The bummer is that I am wiped out.”
The cast and crew get to meet the press at the first press conference preceding the launch of the schedule.
Angela Potvin acts in Fringe Festival show Clavis Argentum and reports on the current state of her experiences.
Get your Fringe Festival on with a superpass and we’ve got one to give away here. Enter by May 27.
Stephanie Morin Roberts delivers moving personal show.
The best way to make a friendship: two unlikely people meet in a self-storage facility
Centaur Theatre gives you a reason to go outside with its offerings for the 19th annual Wildside Festival.
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.
Montreal’s festival dedicated to performing alone pairs pieces together. Interview with festival co-director Al Lafrance here.
New show contrasting two people’s experiences with drugs swaps stories, but not needles.
New production by Black Box productions mixes sci-fi and philosophy in an adaptation of Spider Robinson’s short story.
The Mainline Theatre is expanding to take over a street-level gallery space. Amy Blackmore talks about the new space and how it will be used.
Angela explains why you must see It’s Rabbit Night, The Orchid and the Crow, and Bunheads.