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Black Theatre Workshop

REVIEW: Our Fathers, Sons, Lovers and Little Brothers at Tarragon Theatre

Makambe K. Simamba is magnetic, surprising, unrestrained — her talent shines through equally as both playwright and performer.

By Aisling Murphy / Mar 19, 2022
iPhoto caption: Jenny Brizard as Angélique / Set & Costume Design by Eo Sharp, Lighting Design by David Perreault Ninacs / Photo by Jaclyn Turner

An Unexplained Injustice

We all have demons inside of us. We all have those monstrous thoughts, but what is it about our circumstances that allows us to act on them?

By Mike Payette, as told to Bailey Green / Apr 3, 2019

Where to Eat and Drink… Factory Theatre

Heading to a show at Factory Theatre? Here’s where you should go before or after for a bite or a drink.

By Hannah Antaki / Mar 22, 2019

Centaur Theatre Celebrates Fifty Years, and Beyond

As its newest production—The Children, starring three Canadian acting legends—hits the stage, artistic director Eda Holmes looks to a future of showcasing Montreal artists at Centaur Theatre Company.

By Rhiannon Collett / Nov 7, 2018