This week, four new plays open in theatres around town, plus the annual MPROV fest offers nightly improv comedy.
The Montreal Shakespeare Theatre Company blends A Comedy of Errors with ‘80s rock anthems in a new piece of musical theatre.
Cult MTL talks to Josh Dolgin, AKA Socalled, about his new gangster musical Tales from Odessa, opening this week at the Segal Centre.
Alberta Ballet delivers maximum glitz with Love Lies Bleeding, campy Broadway-esque musical theatre set to Elton John’s songbook.
Cult MTL talks to Nadia Verrucci, director of Jacques Brel is Alive and Well in Living in Paris, about a new style of musical theatre adapting the Belgian singer’s work for stage.
The Quebec Drama Federation offers a tasting menu of the theatre season — with previews of over 15 shows — at the launch party for their Spring calendar.
Get those jazz hands ready for the fifth anniversary of Montreal’s Next Wave Festival of New Musicals, underway now at various locations around the city. The annual festival run by CETM (the Centre for Education and Theatre in Montreal) aims to increase the profile of both English and French musical theatre in Montreal by harnessing […]