Sparks fly as a manic free-spirit meets a jaded middle-class couple in Centaur’s production of The Goodnight Bird.
Actor Damien Atkins wants to believe. But does his one-man-show have enough of the X-Files Factor to convince the skeptics?
Persephone’s latest show, The Nisei and the Narnauk’s, uses puppets, myth and music to explore Canada’s internment of Japanese-heritage citizens. It’s so good we reviewed it twice.
Three plays on Montreal stages this week – The Medea Effect, Terminus, The Nisei and the Narnauks – use myth to show the unshowable and speak the unspeakable.
Terminus is a poetic, devilishly inventive evening of Irish story-telling that’s not for the faint of heart – or the inattentive.
Mark O’Rowe’s international hit Terminus comes to Centaur this week, courtesy of Toronto company Outside the March. We spoke to its director Mitchell Cushman.
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.
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.