The Final Countdown: One More Weekend of Fringe
Your guide to the last weekend of Montreal’s Fringe Festival.
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.
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.
The Mother of all Mother Houses
91 year old Constance McMullen is forced to leave her home after more than 70 years to make way for new Concordia University student residences. Not going down without a fight, this spunky nonagenarian struggles to find her strength and faith in God to stand her ground.
Mary’s Wedding Jumps the Broom
Beneath a rushing storm of thunder, we find two youths coming of age sheltered in a stable. World War I looms, and so does the inevitable journey of love betwixt Carlie and Mary. Canada is still young and filled with hope,dreams and loyalty to the King. When Mary wakes up from her dream, will Charlie still honour his promise?
Faeries not Light on their Feet
This week, hidden in a far off theatre on Loyola, the curtains go up for Concordia Theatre’s most eagerly a waited creation.