We chatted with actress/comedienne Kirsten Rasmussen about UnLOVEable, her new show kicking off the city’s first-ever SOLOS indie theatre fest.
The Black Theatre Workshop merges art and politics in a new original play exploring hip hop, racism and violence.
Spring Awakening brings turn-of-the-century German teens’ awkward sexual discovery to the stage — in musical form.
Montreal’s Italian community takes central stage in Steve Galluccuio’s latest, The St. Leonard Chronicles.
This week, four new plays open in theatres around town, plus the annual MPROV fest offers nightly improv comedy.
Two new plays take the city’s stages: DéPFLIES‘s latest installment hits Théâtre Ste-Catherine, and Talisman Theatre reads Billy (The Days of Howling).
What’s happening in the performing arts this week on stages around the city.
What to see on the city’s stages this week: Festival les escales improbables kicks off, a reading by playwright Mieko Ouchi, a new venue for burlesque and cabaret and try-outs for a local The Full Monty reboot.
This week, check out a dark comedy by new theatre company Last One Standing Productions, or relive the horrors of the schoolyard in Keith Waterfield and Leighland Beckman’s boozy talk show format Life Lessons.
The big theatres just announced their 2012/13 season calendars, but there’s still lots to see this week in Montreal theatre.