To mark seven years of merrily dumping on the Christmas spirit, this year’s Urban Tales riffs on the Seven Deadly Sins.
How did the creators of South Park achieve a Broadway miracle with The Book of Mormon? Montreal finally gets the chance to find out.
The winner of this year’s Infinitheatre playwriting competition talks to us about LA, family drama, and a bizarre love triangle in space.
Corpus posits a transgressive romance in the last days of Auschwitz. But all is not what it seems in this powerful and ambitious new play.
Rover’s Anna Fuerstenberg will be presenting her one-woman play The Guerrila Caregiver this Sunday in aid of a cause close to our hearts – the future of Rover itself!
Danish company Granhøj Dans return to the Centaur this week and try, in their own way, to be free.
Abandon all hope of getting a straight rendition of Hamlet, ye who enter here.
The Opéra de Montréal gets a little too amped up in their production of The Barber of Seville
Does Social Studies succeed in its own social studies?
A new theatre piece takes us deep into the southern American woods to the bodies of five dead children.
A review of Donna-Michelle St. Bernard’s Governor General Award-nominated, Dora Mavor Moore-prizewinning play, Gas Girls, now playing at the Segal Centre.
A review of Belles-Soeurs – The Musical, playing at the Segal Centre
A sparkling production of David Ives’ Tony Award-winning Venus in Fur launches Centaur Theatre’s 46th season. This turbo-charged backstage comedy has audiences rising to their feet in rapture.
The award winning 1994 Quentin Tarantino film Pulp Fiction had Shakespearean aspects in it that didn’t seem to be noticed at the time. And yet the cross section of characters, the mixture of tragedy and comedy, the poetic musings of underlings, and nearly everyone dying by the end – it’s hard to get more Shakespeareth than that.
Danette Mackay has found a second wind. Kiss My Cabaret popped up again recently with little fanfare save a notice on Facebook, and quickly filled the 200-seat space.