Half the actors have disabilities in this ambitious play about identity, physicality and community.
A wealth of work by emerging and established authors is being showcased at this year’s Read Quebec Holiday Book Fair.
The 10th annual edition, Oct. 7–22, features concerts, cabaret, puppets, a performance by deaf artists and more.
We spoke to the McGill and Concordia student unions about campus concerns and striving for some normalcy.
Ayibobo III: Little Dollhouse on the Prairie blends dance, performance art and experimental soundscapes, Haitian Voodoo spirituality and pop culture.
What began as a pandemic endeavour aims to become a fixture in the Montreal entertainment scene.
The hour-long VR experience is on from July 21–Nov. 7.
In this one-on-one performance, each audience member hears a story sitting directly across a table from its narrator.
We spoke to the Anishinaabe/French artist about her work at the Museum of Fine Arts.
Virtual performances are being staged from May 7–16.