Baritone Phillip Addis joins the cast of the opera, set to premiere in Montreal on November 20th & 21st.
This is the next musician you need to check out!
A magic and absurdity show that delivers on its promise.
Reviews of Whip, 0 Days without Crying, tldr;smh, A Change in the Weather
Serbian/Canadian artist’s exhibition is a not-miss.
A festival about everything: burlesque, a skate park, circus acts, rockabilly music, bubbles, and yummy food.
Julie Santini reports back from the Toronto Fringe.
Robot art gives you a chance to get into the machine and move around. Find out here.
It’s not all red noses and honking horns. Clowning is a serious art form. Interview with the fabulous Kendall Savage.
Photo gallery of Roger Water’s and the Opera de Montréal announcing Another Brick in the Wall : The Opera.
Winner of the French language production at the Fringe Festival as well as a show of puppetry promise to capture your total attention.
Tangente’s #boxtape interactive exhibit brings out the child in Montrealers.
The best of what to do in Montreal art, even if you don’t want to dress up. This week includes a finissage and the 34th edition of Beaux Degats
Festivals and events to put on your calendar for the month of October in 2015.
This week, explore another side of art featuring vernissages (free wine!), of course, but also performances, artist talks and panels.
Three-days of free shows with great performers, art, and street performers. You should be there.
No one can put on a drag show like Michel Doiron can put on a drag show.
New album by Bud Rice releases album of well composed songs with jazz, blues, R&B, and folk influences.
Julie interviews the multi-disciplinary artist about her ever-changing piece.