by ERIK LEIJON
The Montrealer/Lavallois on the local comedy scene, Rob Ford jokes and the allure of the Big Smoke.
by STEPHEN MACLEAN ROGERS
Beyond the Mountain's impressive production of Bard Fiction is on at MainLine Theatre this weekend.
by MARITES CARINO
From Bach and breakdance to contortion and deconstructed steps, this is the dance that's looking awesome for autumn.
by Sarah Deshaies
We spoke to the actors and musicians behind the Segal's production of The Graduate, which is set in the 1960s but reflects modern views on sex, romance and gender.
The Australian comedian tells us how much of his tale — about two 18-year-old girls, a (more) famous comedian & cocaine — is actually true.
We spoke to the L.A.-based comic who opened for Dave Chappelle last year ahead of his trio of headlining gigs this week.
by DARCY MACDONALD
The Daily Show comedian tells us about the origins of his indignation, why Rob Ford is more human than the U.S. congress & where he hangs out in Montreal.
by LORRAINE CARPENTER
Highlights of Montreal's annual mega comedy festival, in full swing this week and on till July 28.
by CULTURE TEAM
We caught some real gems at the Fringe, and so should you.
Our critics weigh in on six shows playing this week and into the weekend, from improv comedy to drama to risquée variety show.
Heavily inspired by the writing of Philip K. Dick, Iredea hits the stage as part of the Fringe Festival this week.
We spoke to siblings Johanna Nutter and James Diamond ahead of their Fringe Festival show My Playwright Sister, a response to Nutter's controversial 2009 Fringe hit My Pregnant Brother.
* Montreal Zombie Walk
* Best of the Montreal Underground Film Festival
* Brazilian bouffe, film screening & dance party
* Demon’s Claws and Melted Faces play Divan Orange
+ more art events & punk/metal shows
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