Abstract play never comes together entirely.
We’ve got a pair of tickets to give away to see Infinitheatre’s newest production, Conversion.
Celebrate the season with Theatre La Licorne’s annual show.
Absurdist play’s sequel gets so absurd that it is difficult to follow.
Dane Stewart talks about the inspiration and method of his new play The History of Sexuality.
There’s a little game about catching pokemons that has taken Montreal and the world by storm. Find out what it’s like to play en masse here.
Another Home Invasion focuses on dementia and the difficult role of the caregiver.
McGill’s student drama organization takes on relevant topic with The Diving Bell and the Butterfly.
Many questions about life and humanity addressed in Pitaqaj’s adaptation of Notes from the Underground.
Adaption of Notes from the Underground revisits Shakespeare’s question “to be or not to be” and what it means to be human. Interview with director Simon Pitaqaj.
Popular live game in St. Henri adds a new challenge to its games with The Ultimate Mind, a chance to save the world from zombies.
A student of history and a student of classics get together to stage a contemporary retelling of the Iliad. Find out about the show here.
Production at the Leonardo da Vinci Centre doesn’t live up to its promises.
The Dora Wasserman Yiddish Theatre brings a legendary Yiddish tale of love and demon possession to the Montreal Segal Center in quite a chilling production.
Playwright Marianne Ackerman talks to Angela about putting together a play about the clash of Mile End’s new and old residents.
You’d expect more from a film taking place in a psychiatrist ward
This charming play about difficult decisions faced by immigrant children is a celebration of culture and self-acceptance.
The cast and some of the crew behind Honestly, OK discuss their expectations for the upcoming production.
Witty play Features great lines, high energy, and koi.