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.
We spoke with Climan ahead of today’s opening of his solo exhibition The Look Says It All at Galerie Youn.
An interview with the publication’s editor-in-chief (and former Cult MTL arts editor) Nora Rosenthal.
Highlights of a month-long program showcasing and celebrating Black artists and exploring the histories of Black communities in the city.
There’s no shortage of cultural events happening in the city this December and January.
Half the actors have disabilities in this ambitious play about identity, physicality and community.