The Pianist of Willesden is a must see show about survival and triumph during World War II.
Well done production is but a small step in the long process of acknowledging harms done by settlers on Indigenous peoples of Canada.
Simple plot and good acting highlight messages about race and privilege
Piece about Dr. Martin Luther King has great acting and focuses on the reverend’s final moments.
Black Theatre workshop’s offerings look around the world for inspiration
Want to see some dark comedy about Chilean refugees in a Montreal hotel in 1974? Win tickets here.
The Segal Centre offers a card for the under 30s that provides a 70% discount on its programming.
When an artistic genius is born in an Orthodox Jewish household, his talent comes in conflict with tradition.
Dated musical has great acting and a set in a style best described as deconstructed minimalism with disco overtones
One-man show about the baby boomers looked at through the eyes of a Gen-X/Millenials.
Important issues about community, family, and belonging addressed in show marred by clumsy narrative.
Beloved Montreal story gets song and dance treatment with exquisite performances.
Jacob Tierney directs Tom Stoppard’s witty play Travesties at the Segal Centre.
One-man show at the Segal Centre part documentary, part experience of an unexpected kind.
Charming and nostalgic, Forever Plaid evokes the sounds of the ’50s and ’60s.
Rosaruby Kagan delivers a must see performance in one-woman show about SNL’s Gilda Radner at the Segal Centre.
The Segal’s opening show for the 2014-15 season is as timely as it is well-done. Familiar lines and some re-imagined scenes make this a not-miss.
When Marlene is promoted to the top, her celebratory dinner party is attended by historical figures. Find out why this dazzling play is close, but no cigar.
Lyla McQueen Shah finds her way to Tidbits from Talk Mackerel… barely.