Eva and Franco Mattes’s What Has Been Seen is on now at the Phi Foundation.
Stage| see all
An independent opera company is aiming to break down the barriers between opera and contemporary audiences.
Women aged 16-21 with an interest in theatre as an art form, a profession and a community can (and should) apply to Imago Theatre’s free mentorship program.
Books| see all
The author and Montreal ex-pat answers our questions about Exquisite Mariposa.
An interview with the Montreal-born author ahead of the hometown launch of Bunny.
Style| see all
This year saw a welcome evolution in festival fashion.
A taste of the programming at next month’s fashion fest.
Art & Design| see all
Photographer Celia Perrin Sidarous captures her delight over objects in the exhibition The Archivist.
The world-premiere exhibition This Light Never Goes Out: Political Cartoons by Jim Carrey opened in Montreal yesterday.
Gaming| see all
We spoke to the founder of the Compulsion about their new title, We Happy Few.
We spoke to one of the (ex-Ubisoft) founders of this local indie studio about their exciting new games.
Comedy| see all
(No we don’t mean “murdered.”)
An interview with the Jackass star ahead of the Montreal stop on his Bucket List Tour.
Theatre| see all
Camille: un rendez-vous au-delà du visuel is a play designed for the visually impaired, stimulating all the other senses.
We spoke to some of the young performers who are staging art under the big top.
Dance| see all
We got a sneak peek at the dance company in rehearsal for the show they’re mounting at Place des Arts this week.
We spoke to Mélanie Demers about letting other choreographers remix her work in Danse Mutante.