Animated film praised for handling difficult topics suffers from its own prejudices and stereotypes.
With gender-blind casting, Moby Dick transforms the classic tale and lets actors’ talents shine.
Trans artist Rae Spoon talks about the making of Armour and performing in barns in Alberta.
Karan proposes a solution to the problem of the Oscar’s tradition of picking white men for nominees.
Dada Masilo reinvents the classic by mixing ballet and African dance, but the challenges in this excellent show don’t stop there.
The Danish Girl focuses on an artistic couple’s transition when Einar Wegener puts on a dress and stockings to pose for his wife.
Baby it’s cold outside, but it’s worth it to get out there and see what’s happening in Montreal. A list of festivals and events in Montreal for January.
If you’re crossed off the nice list, you might as well go see these erotic tales told by some of your favourite local actors.
Learn about a new topic and get in on the discussion by attending UPop.
French fashion designer Patrice Catanzaro showed his fetish line in the Village as part of Fetish Week. Oooh-la-la.
Win a pair of tickets to this event at the Montreal Fetish weekend. Entrants must be 18+
Julie talks to the performer about her show Love & Marriage that focuses on life in a polyamorous relationship.
New season of Danse Danse gets off to a cerebral and visceral start with Ravages.
A humiliating incident becomes a meditation on human relationships.
Challenging opera piece somewhere between an orgasm and a metamorphosis.
Transsexual vs. Transgender? Celina outlines what these terms mean this week.
The cast and some of the crew behind Honestly, OK discuss their expectations for the upcoming production.
Dark and documentary-like, Xavier Dolan’s new film pits a homosexual man against his cruel and inhumane abuser.
Never one to shy away from difficult subjects, Diaz’ This is How You Lose Her is a tour de force of language while presenting realistic and complex relationships.
Briggite Naggar interviews Assistant Director MIchèle Robinson about her experience with Cloud 9, a Victorian theatre piece about sex and identity.