Our top picks as the festival kicks into high gear.
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
A new issue of Vallum magazine and A.F. Moritz’s Art of Surgery launch this weekend.
We spoke to author Serah-Marie McMahon about Killer Style and the legacy of her magazine WORN.
Style| see all
Our street style rundown from NYFW19.
Couturissime is an enormous collection of work by the legendary French designer.
Art & Design| see all
On leading the life of an artist, the problem with public art and what we can expect from his upcoming Montreal events.
We spoke to two artists behind the forthcoming exhibition Inside-Outside.
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
The Montreal improv comic, organizer and host on inclusivity in comedy and parodying Shakespeare at the Fringe.
New gala hosts, headliners, Off-JFL talent and celeb podcasters were named in the second-wave line-up reveal this morning.
Theatre| see all
Big game, whimsy and a novel experience at the Fringe Fest.
Our review of the Quebec filmmaker’s production of Georges Bizet’s classic opera.
Dance| see all
A review of a remarkable dance show starring Paige Culley.
In which our critic deconstructs the various issues in an underwhelming piece of “deconstructed dance” that left her with “the strong desire to flee.”