Rachel Levine talks to Lar Vi about getting her show, The Making of Warm Mess, ready for the Fringe.
Support mostly proper ladies Tessa J Brown and Marianne Trenka fund their Montreal Fringe Show.
Stephanie Morin Roberts delivers moving personal show.
Play rich in ambiance and solid acting but still struggles for purpose.
It’s a theatre treat to check out short works that range from finished to en route. Angela reviews Line Up D of the Shortstanding Festival here.
Playwright and actress Elena Belyea talks about the creation of her controversial show Miss Katelyn’s Grade Threes Prepare for the Inevitable.
Winner of the French language production at the Fringe Festival as well as a show of puppetry promise to capture your total attention.
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.
Bar Kapra the Squirrel Hunter and The Inventor of All Things reviewed.
Lar Vi and Sehar Manji talk about how Total Liquidation developed from some improv characters.
Angela explains why you must see It’s Rabbit Night, The Orchid and the Crow, and Bunheads.
BBQ and find out about places to volunteer tonight!
Lots more juicy shows to catch at the Fringe. Reviews of Les Bunheads, Trantasy, Felix, The Shiner, and Look at this Guy.
Julie interviews the multi-disciplinary artist about her ever-changing piece.
Julie talks to the performer about her show Love & Marriage that focuses on life in a polyamorous relationship.
More reviews of the Montreal Fringe Festival! Bar Kapra, Snack Music, Obscura, and Peter n’ Chris. Delivered at a dedicated 5 a.m. no less.
Wrestler and improviser, McGee plans to half-nelson his audience at the Fringe.
Julie talks to spiritual animator by day, laugh animator by night Katie Leggitt.
Please Like Me, Swordplay: A Play of Swords, and Legitimate Investment Opportunity reviewed. There will be laughter!
A NIghtmare for Oberon, Sex Drugs and Kurt Weil, and In Search of Mrs. Pirandello give very different perspectives on what puts the W in Woman.