Playwright Vittorio Rossi butts heads with the Canadian film industry in The Envelope, leaving both adversaries reeling.
Sparks fly as a manic free-spirit meets a jaded middle-class couple in Centaur’s production of The Goodnight Bird.
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.
Does Social Studies succeed in its own social studies?
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.
During Jane Needles’ tenure at the QDF, membership increased, the social media profile was modernized and relations with the French-language theatre scene were solidified.
Nadia Verrucci and Chris Barillaro are two brilliant performers who bring the miracle of side-splitting laughter to Souvenir.
Rover critic Anna Furstenberg sits down for a Q & A with award-winning Montreal actor, singer, director and choreographer Nadia Verrucci, who presents Souvenir at the Centaur Theatre from May 22 to 25.
Geordie Productions has delivered a stunning rendition of Homer’s Odyssey, at the Centaur until May 18. Grab your kids and go, before it’s too late.
The bar was high for one of the most successful Canadian theatre touring shows in history. Centaur’s 2 Pianos, 4 Hands doesn’t disappoint.
It was a thrill to see this cast working together, playing the thousands who made up the warring Greeks and Trojans.
T’was the 12 plays of Christmas and my true muse gave to me: 5 golden rings, 7 swans a swimming, but, darn it, no partridge. The 5 rings were the delightful Christmas Shorts presented by Brave New Productions at the Theatre Ste-Catherine. The 7 swans are Urban Tales, dark monologues from Urbi et Orbi ongoing at the Centaur theatre.