T. A. Wellington reviews Thanhha Lai’s novel for young adults, “Listen, Slowly”.
Translated show at the MAI an imperfect reflection on the problems of being a first generation immigrant to Quebec.
New show at the MAI by the Black Theatre Workshop searches for meaning through song and drama.
Another Home Invasion focuses on dementia and the difficult role of the caregiver.
Great script and challenging characters make for complex play.
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.
Rachel talks to Montreal Fringe Festival Executive Director Amy Blackmore about the 25th anniversary of the Fringe, the deep fringe, and her favourite moment of the Fringe.
Interviews with Japanese survivors from Canadian interment camps makes for poignant show.
Cerebral palsy and paralysis doesn’t stop Bea from experiencing profound freedom.
Excellent production by Black Theatre Workshop and Imago Theatre has everything going for it.
First Quebec Drama Federation launch of 2015 runs out of seats. Here’s what you missed!
Suffering from a clichéd protagonist, the good points of this show can’t redeem the bad.
Passionate and compelling Sal Capone reflects on a hip hop tragedy