Our critic calls Blackout, which explores the Concordia Computer Riots, “an ambitious portrait of fury” and a “triumphant work of art.”
In which Infinithéâtre and McGill’s English Department present Shakespeare’s sonnets presented like you’ve probably never seen them before.
Repercussion Theatre and Playwrights’ Workshop are offering $3,000 for an original script inspired by the Bard and the city.
The Montreal Shakespeare Theatre Company blends A Comedy of Errors with ‘80s rock anthems in a new piece of musical theatre.
Metachroma Theatre’s production of Shakespeare’s historical Richard III opens this week at the Segal Centre. The bard’s tale of a Machiavellian king and his undoing will be the troupe’s inaugural full-scale performance.
Metachroma means “beyond colour,” and the theatre company’s raison d’être is to address and respond to the under-representation of visible minorities in the arts. As actress Tamara Brown admits, this ultimately means that the long-term goal of the group to make itself irrelevant.
* Short films at the Rail City Roadshow
* Free screening at Film Pop
* Kurt Weill Cabaret
* Mile End stand-up
* Shakespeare on the cheap
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