Highlights of the Mile Ex space’s new programming, showcasing Afro-Diasporic artists and art exploring migration and borders.
The influential Montreal choreographer reflects on 30 years at the helm of her company.
We spoke to festival founder Amy Blackmore about affording emerging dancers and choreographers more opportunities to move.
We spoke to Nutcracker lifer Stephen Satterfield about the perennial Grands Ballets Canadiens production.
The Museum of Fine Arts’ About Face features portraiture by Cindy Sherman, Laurie Simmons and Rachel Harrison.
We spoke to choreographer Clara Furey about her show at la Chapelle.
We spoke to Charlie Boudreau, executive director of Canada’s longest-running LGBTQ+ festival.
An interview with Dillon Orr about his digital-stage event at Phi Centre.
We checked out the Other Theatre’s frantic but beautiful All flesh is grass.
Eva and Franco Mattes’s What Has Been Seen is on now at the Phi Foundation.