Jocelyn Pelletier on getting heavy with classic literature in MACDEATH, at la Chapelle this month.
A soaring retelling of an ancient assault myth.
Camille: un rendez-vous au-delà du visuel is a play designed for the visually impaired, stimulating all the other senses.
Our top picks as the festival kicks into high gear.
The English-language premiere of Catherine Chabot’s Table rase, c/o Talisman Theatre, is on now at la Chapelle.
Our critic calls Blackout, which explores the Concordia Computer Riots, “an ambitious portrait of fury” and a “triumphant work of art.”
So grateful to no longer be a teen, Oren Safdie delves into sex, lies and high school in latest work, Gratitude.
Recommendations from our theatre reporter and Fringe jury member
An interview with the native Montrealer about her new role, ending a decade-long absence from the stage.
This play, on now at MainLine Theatre, drew from conversations with queer people, kink practitioners and sex workers.