Staples to the Montreal improv stage get laughs and more laughs with a series of games under host Kenny Streule
The third annual run of The Rocky Horror Show at the Mainline is wicked, saucy fun.
Dan Derkson talks about his role in the Mainline’s cult classic The Rocky Horror Picture Show, Halloween, and the desire to lose your innocence.
Review of Dr. Faustus by Montreal’s year-old theatre group, Chocolate Moose Theatre Company.
Quirky and endearing, it’s impossible NOT to love Shane Adamczak. Also catch Vance Gillis as you’ve never seen him before — with puppets!
Trampoline follows vivid dreamer Matt as he falls in love. We talk to writer, director, and star Adamczak about the blog that led to the production.
Acme Burlesque’s new show parodies James Bond and brings an eight piece band to the stage. Octopussy and Pussy Galore have nothing on this show.
Jeff Gandell talks about his remount of The Balding, as well as the process of writing and creating the show.
Alex Cross and his Rise to Fame begins with a powerpoint thesis that debauchery in today’s music business is actually a satanic conspiracy. Then the fun begins
First time playwright Michael Martini explores the complexity of female ambition and the relationship between Glamour and Mental Illness in two new plays.
CinéDanse and Projet Migration showcase the diversity of dance in Montreal through film and performance.
The ever-growing Bouge d’Ici festival gives emerging movement artists and dancers a chance to showcase their talents and enjoy the fruits of mentorship.
None of the Above explores sexual tension between a nerdy SAT tutor and his rich pupil. Witty banter and a familiar plot make this ideal for teenage girls.