August’s proudest moment in Montreal is the annual pride parade. Perfect weather and joyful crowds.
This year’s Shakespeare in the Park flips the familiar tale.
Erotic and transgressive, Tay, Lalumière, and Szugajew’s work meshes visuals with the physical.
Dane Stewart talks about the inspiration and method of his new play The History of Sexuality.
Photos of the supportive and joyous participants in the 2017 Pride Parade.
Kate Stockburger talks about the feminist theory of Sad Girls behind Tragic Queens
New theatrical production inspired by Foucault’s analysis of punishment and control.
Angela shares her reviews of Pluck’d, Precinct, Orson Wells / Shylock, and the Ballad of Frank Allen.
Glam Gam gives this popular story the retelling it deserves.
Julie Santini reports back from the Toronto Fringe.
Jade Salter is making yoga accessible for everybody with her queer and trans yoga classes.
Great script and challenging characters make for complex play.
The Danish Girl focuses on an artistic couple’s transition when Einar Wegener puts on a dress and stockings to pose for his wife.
Pride week begins with a lecture about discrimination against intersex, trans, and queer people.
When Sinj came to Montreal to be a filmmaker, he wondered if and where he would find his people.
A humiliating incident becomes a meditation on human relationships.