Hetain Patel’s one-man show at the MAI is a humorous tale about identity and American culture.
Deaf actor Jack Volpe shines in his debut role in Nina Raine’s tale of identity and community, on now at the Segal Centre.
The play by Nina Raine is on at the Segal Centre through Dec. 20.
Our critics dug for gems at the Fringe. Read their reviews of continuing shows feat. offensive comedy, thoughtful drama, Wes Anderson-esque quirk, magic and Tranna.
Mordecai Richler’s iconic coming-of-age novel comes to life with music by Alan Menken, the Oscar-winning composer who scored the soundtrack to our childhoods.
We spoke to the artistic director of the Best of MTL readers poll’s #2 Best Theatre Company about their current production, #ThanksBeToRay.
Anne Dorval, Suzanne Clément, Xavier Dolan and Antoine-Olivier Pilon at Cannes 2014 It won’t come as a surprise to anyone who saw Mommy and/or watches award shows that Xavier Dolan and his crew of actors (Anne Dorval, Suzanne Clément, Antoine-Olivier Pilon) almost swept the film categories — almost because Jay Baruchel sits atop the Best […]
An interview with the Montreal film/TV director and actor about taking on Tom Stoppard’s Travesties, and his role in Xavier’s Dolan’s first Hollywood film.
Monologues and a minimal set evoke thugs, serial killers, car crashes and sheer terror in this Irish play at the Centaur.
A guide to the Wildside Festival, 11 days of indie theatre and dance productions.