The Plays to See at this Year’s Montreal Fringe Fest
Last week Theatre a la Sauvage sat thorough the most anticipated viewing of St Amboise’s Fringe for All, a night of theatre teasers.
What is it that Scans My Mind
As the market for video game soundtracks become an increasingly lucrative option for musicians, Maine prog-metal sextet Last Chance to Reason take an opposite approach with their second LP.
Old is New Again
Journeying to China in 2008 to train in the ancient tradition of Chinese Opera, a group of Concordia theatre students have returned to share the artform with Canadian audiences.
Theatrical Literature and the Internet with The Void’s Jack Allen
In the face of a changing publishing industry – e-books, blogs and the rise of self-publishing – writing today is not what it was decades ago.
Method or Madness in Ernest and Ernestine
This year’s Fringe Festival is sneaking up on all of us with great intensification. The excitement is electrifying while watching the St Ambroise Fringe beer tent go up! The buzz this year lands on a duo who take their show down the slippery path of method acting.
A Soft Parade and Space Travel
Two debut LPs from bands who sound nothing alike.
Films in the Cannes (Part 2)
The Cannes Film Festival wrapped up last Sunday, and the line-up it showcased is already being hailed as one of the best in recent memory.
Trace Element Rejuvenates Modern Jazz
It was well past six o’clock on Judgment day, and the groove was just getting started at Wakefield’s Black Sheep Inn. Nothing provided a better soundtrack to the end of days than the Toronto-based modern jazz quartet Trace Element.
Wine, Singing & Pad Thai, Where Else but Nantha’s?
Nantha’s Kitchen is literally a little hole in the wall, tucked away on Duluth between Coloniale and De Buillon. The petite restaurant is sign-less but is uaually brimming with clientele, they even have a table for two out on the sidewalk.
Three Highlights from the Montreal Israel Film Festival