The Mary Ann Lacey Trio played it cool with a lineup of good old classic jazz standards over at the House of Jazz.
Gandhi in the first person
Instead of focussing on Gandhi's role in the Indian Independence Movement, Gandhi en guise d'autobiographie delves into his spiritual life, his search for truth, and fight against…
By Sophie Thiébaut
Sovereignists against the Charter
The PQ'S Charte des valeurs may be dead, but its origins aren't. L'Urgence de penser is a collection of essays written mostly by sovereignists opposed to the charter.
By Eric Hamovitch
Taking the side of humanity
Working for the UN in Jerusalem during the Gaza offensive, I found the organization's neutrality attacked from both sides. But what does it mean to be neutral in a humanitarian…
By Sharna Dey
Montreal’s Brave New Productions have increased their exposure with four new premieres at Mainline Theatre, including the current double bill running until August 30.
The Lion King has now surpassed The Phantom of the Opera to become the highest grossing Broadway musical in history, having been seen by some 45 million people in 12 countries.
Photos to change the world, a flamenco fiesta on Bernard Street, an ephemeral temple to water on Esplanade Clark, urban Pow Wow Step, and more: check out Rover’s #ListMTL.
This is the first time I have attended a production by the Montreal Shakespeare Theatre Company, and it was a pleasure to see one of my favourite plays, Julius Caesar, on the boards.
Magic, myth and history are interwoven in a tapestry of predominantly female voices, in the story the story of a US Virgin Islands sea captain, his tantalizing daughter, his pregnant social climbing wife, and his equally pregnant oseah mistress.
Soulpepper Repertory Theatre’s brilliant rendition of Molière’s Tartuffe should not be missed by any Montreal theatre enthusiasts travelling to Toronto.
That first night we stayed at the Sunrise Motel in Cody, Wyoming, the town built by Buffalo Bill. One year, the Hell’s Angels and Bandidos had both booked into the motel on their way to the Harley Davidson convention. Police from a hundred mile radius had surrounded the motel to keep the peace.
SummerWorks is the largest juried performance festival in Canada, where an important component of Montreal-related content is featured each year.
Two stories. Two surges of awareness. Two changes of direction. Two young adults somewhat lost in a life they are subjected to rather than one they choose to live.
In her politically audacious My October, Claire Holden Rothman crawls under rugs most of us in this province have left untouched, and the dust she stirs up is impressive.
SOS from the World Film Fest, sex in all its shades, pop-up restos, and more: this is Rover’s #ListMTL for August 12 to 24, a curated and bite-size guide to Montreal culture.
A modern Québecois twist on going back to the land, La déesse des mouches à feu is set in Chicoutimi-Nord, a place populated by skaters, grunge kids and the fireflies, the popular high school girls. Catherine is determined, through drugs, sex, and rock and roll, to be a firefly.
Contemporary Knights by Californian-turned-Montrealer Lauren Stone features two interconnected short plays exploring mental illness, suicide, trust, and trauma.
The Sud-Ouest’s Waterworks Company presents the North American premiere of Cat Jones’ Glory Dazed, a play that probes why army veterans are over-represented in prisons.