Excellent academic presentation of Candide.
Montreal is in like a lion and out like a lion when it comes to festivals and events. March has got you covered from films on art to going all green on St. Pat’s
Tour de force of puppeteering, Ronnie Burkett brings many characters to life.
With an outstanding cast and careful attention to everything from lighting to music, this Antigone is worth watching.
Simple plot and good acting highlight messages about race and privilege
Abstract play never comes together entirely.
Collaborative piece about utopia and memory.
Unusual and prize winning production, Tragic Queens, is not just unique for its content, but also for its creation.
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.
The Wildside Festival in Montreal promises great theatre to break up the January blahs.
Celebrate the season with Theatre La Licorne’s annual show.
Absurdist play’s sequel gets so absurd that it is difficult to follow.
Site specific, serialized piece lets the audience eavesdrop into the lives of others.
Get ready for this musical about Irish immigrants to Quebec.
We’ve got a ticket available to see Oedipus Part One the Assembly at the Centaur on Friday October 20. Enter now!
Dane Stewart talks about the inspiration and method of his new play The History of Sexuality.
List of festivals and events taking place in Montreal this October
Chris Fleming talks about getting started in video work on youtube, as well as one of his greatest hits.
Reviews of Whip, 0 Days without Crying, tldr;smh, A Change in the Weather
Three minutes is all you get to sell yourself at the Fringe For All. Here are a few of our favourites (but by no means all of our favourites!)