Creating a follow up to the acclaimed “Similitude of a Dream” wasn’t easy, but the Neal Morse Band pulled it off in the end. Neal Morse explains the album’s complicated genesis.
Well done production is but a small step in the long process of acknowledging harms done by settlers on Indigenous peoples of Canada.
Hugh Jackman stars in this biographical musical about the beginnings of the Barnum & Bailey Circus.
Get ready for this musical about Irish immigrants to Quebec.
Get your hippie rock on with this revival celebrating the 50th anniversary of the musical.
Based on the true story of Marc Hall, this marvelous show captures Marc’s fight to bring his boyfriend to a Catholic school prom.
The Segal Centre offers a card for the under 30s that provides a 70% discount on its programming.
Our fourth round of Fringe Festival reviews: Self Exile, The Cockwhisperer, Get Your Shuffle On, Naked Ladies, and Sitting in Chairs at the Gates of Valhalla.
Big musical fun with a pulpy look at the battle for morality in Montreal in the 1950s.
Angela fills us in on this theatrical gem in the city that gives the most promising plays a staged reading.
Problems mar what could have been an enjoyable night out with piece about five women in a karaoke bar.
Hip Hop identity piece set in Montreal
Beloved Montreal story gets song and dance treatment with exquisite performances.
The inspiring stories of five foster survivors who didn’t think much of themselves until they realized what they had to offer the world and gain from life.
This rocking, gender-bendering version of the popular musical is a Montreal Easter season tradition and treat.
Montreal lovebirds, David Sherman and Nancy Lee talk about their road to romance and their musical play, Lost & Found.
Charming and nostalgic, Forever Plaid evokes the sounds of the ’50s and ’60s.
Angela Potvin interviews Jimmy Karamanis to get the lowdown on the hit rock opera, Johnny Legdick, part of Montreal’s Widside Festival.