The Canadian photojournalist captured a striking image of red dresses on crosses on a Kamloops, B.C. highway following the tragic discovery of unmarked graves outside a former residential school.
The 32nd annual event, aka Présence Autochtone, presents some of the best in Indigenous music and film, as well as dance, theatre, circus and visual art in Place des Festival and Cinéma du Musée.
All Shall Be Well, written by Repercussion Theatre artistic director Amanda Kellock and revolving around the work of Shakespeare, tours local parks from July 14 to Aug. 6.
“It’s a journey from something very naive and conformist to something very liberated and powerful,” says Gaudet, whose show is on this week at Festival TransAmériques.
An interview with creator Jaha Koo ahead of his play’s run at the FTA in June.
The musical by Israeli superstar Keren Peles continues at Segal Centre through May 22.
The show’s artistic directors (all women) felt that there was a lack of non-commercial, non-pornographic erotic content in Montreal’s living arts scene. “We wanted something more human, more artistic, eccentric and alternative.”
For a show about mass death, Miranda Rose Hall’s play expertly avoids plunging its audience into insurmountable existential dread.
We spoke to the singer-songwriter about her memoir Stories I Might Regret Telling You, and having charted her own course in life, independent from the successes of her musical family.
Check out our highlights of FTA 2022, which takes over local theatres from May 25–June 9.