Donna Tartt’s Pulitzer Prize-winning The Goldfinch transcends genre, offering redemption for the characters and a profound meditation on the spiritual quality of art.
Rover Fiction: A short story set in 1920s Paris about a painter and a mysterious seductress, inspired by the prose of Anaïs Nin.
EM15’s Connecting Cities Symposium targets the intersection between urban creation and civic engagement, and aims to imagine a more human city for the 21st century.
Daniel Léveillé has thrown lycra onto his dancers, yet in its sparseness, the choreography is more exposing than nudity could ever be.
Glamour, grit, and the 1995 referendum are the backdrop to Heather O’Neill’s tale of a Québécois celebrity’s twins. Can O’Neill surpass her last international hit?
When theatre holds a mirror up to life, it can be a nasty picture. Case in point, Le Noshow, a collective work of théâtre-réalité that opened this year’s Festival Transamériques (FTA).
“The father of new feminism,” the ringleader from Charlie’s Angels, a patriarch in the anti-patriarchy movement: who is Victor, Femen’s male collaborator portrayed in Ukraine is not a Brothel?
Nadia Verrucci and Chris Barillaro are two brilliant performers who bring the miracle of side-splitting laughter to Souvenir.
Mathieu Murphy-Perron is a Montreal playwright, writer, photographer and activist. He also has a day job. Wait – nix that. He had a day job. He is now an unemployed playwright, writer, photographer and activist.
Turandot is a moving but morally bankrupt tale, as soaring voices, swirling fabric and a bit of beefcake set the stage for a night of high drama and spectacle.
Ryoji Ikeda’s C4I probes the diminishing barrier between the real and the virtual, approaching themes of government control and surveillance in an apocalyptic manner.
A Stephen Harper insider is hard-done by his own Conservative friends. Will he exact Frank Underwood-style revenge in a “tell-all” book?
Digital trailblazers, Ted Talks on steroids, and food, food, food: This is Rover’s #ListMTL for May 19 to June 1, 2014.
Serafim and Claire explores two characters’ dreams when Montreal was full of flappers, cabarets, crooked city officials and a thriving Red Light district.
Kurios is entertaining, poetic and exhilarating, yet may leave you scratching your head: is circus supposed to tell a tale, or are the gaping jaws the whole story?