by RACHEL LEVINE
We chatted with actress/comedienne Kirsten Rasmussen about UnLOVEable, her new show kicking off the city's first-ever SOLOS indie theatre fest.
The Black Theatre Workshop merges art and politics in a new original play exploring hip hop, racism and violence.
Spring Awakening brings turn-of-the-century German teens' awkward sexual discovery to the stage — in musical form.
Montreal's Italian community takes central stage in Steve Galluccuio's latest, The St. Leonard Chronicles.
by MARITES CARINO
Usine C brings Chris Haring and Liquid Loft's award-winning randomized choreography Running Sushi to Montreal. Here's why that's rad.
by EMILY RAINE
Kids in the Hall alum and Canadian comedy icon Dave Foley is in town to help launch Montreal's new Yuk Yuk's comedy club. Here's what he has to say about it.
Local start-up inFurnace Theatre's debut production Stone Cold Dead Serious tackles addiction, poverty, despair and redemption.
This week, four new plays open in theatres around town, plus the annual MPROV fest offers nightly improv comedy.
by ERIK LEIJON
Walter J. Lyng's new monthly, Night Fight, brings the late-night talk show format to the Mainline.
When fall hits, the summer dance drought thankfully becomes a distant memory as dance spaces fling open their doors from summer hibernation. Here are some of the pickins coming up in the next few weeks to get you back into the dance scene.
Two new plays take the city's stages: DéPFLIES's latest installment hits Théâtre Ste-Catherine, and Talisman Theatre reads Billy (The Days of Howling).
What's happening in the performing arts this week on stages around the city.
* Last day for Smart Design Mart
* Alt choirs sing for Mile End Mission
* A Magical Evening With Canadian Authors
* Comedy classic Bringing Up Baby
* Lofthanza at Salon Daomé
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