Comedic spoken word piece about mother and daughter deftly showcases the complexity between first and second generation immigrant women.
Executive and Artistic Director of the Montreal Fringe Festival, Amy Blackmore, talks about the mood around this festal season fave and its radical hospitality
Three more shows reviewed: Happy-ish, Magnificence, and Lear in Limbo.
Reviews of INK, Burning Bridget Cleary, The Immaculate Big Bang, and Piaf and Brel: The Impossible Concert.
Reviews for Attempts in Flight, The Adventures of Humphrey Beauregard, The Case O’Bianca, and Under the Sheets
From rural Texas to California to New York, Kate Robards’ journey is physical, emotional, and sexual.
Montreal Fringe shows start today. Our list of ones that are bound to delight.
Heart-wrenching show looks at autism from those impacted.
Two great shows to see at the Montreal Fringe.
Donald Rees takes on a job as Barbara Steisand’s only employee in an underground mall.
Real drama in the Espace Freestanding as Rebecca Rowley and Jen Viens play two wives longing for their husband. The same husband.
Maxine Segalowitz is mesmerizing in dance performance.
Our first Fringe Festival review is of Fringe staple Glam Gam with their take on the film Grease. It’s a hot one!
Montreal Fringe Festival reviews for Invasive Species, Berlin Waltz, Ain’t that Rich, and Jon Bennett vs. Jason Donovan
Ingrid Hansen appears in two of the Montreal Fringe Festival’s best shows this year.
Angela shares her reviews of Pluck’d, Precinct, Orson Wells / Shylock, and the Ballad of Frank Allen.
Reviews of The Morning After the Life Before, The Detective, The Dame, and the Devil, and This is Not She.