Toronto-based funny guy Jon Blair talks about his new show, Montreal’s “experimental” sketch scene and why he’s not moving to the States anytime soon.
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.
Local fave DeAnne Smith is back in town and headlining DeAnarchy: a hilarious hootenanny you’d do well not to miss.
We spoke to the teenage singer-songwriter about busking at 11, being inspired by badass women and moving across the Atlantic.
Imago Theatre’s mounting of Hannah Moscovitch’s Other People’s Children doesn’t quite work, but the company is not to blame.
Another Watergate movie, another Boston bombing movie, a surprisingly good indie dramedy & more.
Reviews and pics from the fifth edition of the Toronto music fest presented by Arts & Crafts.
The Toronto service launches in Montreal with a POP Montreal-co-produced party and benefit show for the Mile End Mission.
The longtime Best Actress Top 5-er in the Best of MTL readers poll is starring in TV sci-fi and travelling the 401.
The Montrealer/Lavallois on the local comedy scene, Rob Ford jokes and the allure of the Big Smoke.