Two moving shows about the lives of different families at critical moments in time reviewed
Mael talks about their new show and showing joy on teenage trans identity in the face of world challenges on stage
Dramaturge Sarah Swinwood talks about how The Adoption goes beyond comedy
August’s proudest moment in Montreal is the annual pride parade. Perfect weather and joyful crowds.
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.
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.
Trans artist Rae Spoon talks about the making of Armour and performing in barns in Alberta.
Pride week begins with a lecture about discrimination against intersex, trans, and queer people.
Tranna Wintour has a show at the Montreal Fringe Festival. Angela interviews the comedic star about the show’s origins and why you should be yourself.
More Stasia might help turn this satisfying, albeit disappointing album be a better journey.
Transsexual vs. Transgender? Celina outlines what these terms mean this week.
Boundary crossing film festival presents films focused on LGBT themes from different countries, but with a special focus on Latin America and Canada this year.
Annual festival dedicated to technology and feminism challenges the concept of the future through digital arts.
Colourful, joyous, and spirited, the Montreal Pride Parade is an event with wide open arms and a lot of heart!