Artfully Navigating the Trauma of Residential Schools Through Song and Performance
Through music and performative arts, Children of God tells the story of a family who had been ripped apart from the residential school system of Canada.
An Imagined Continuation of Henrik Ibsen’s 19th Century Play
“A Doll’s House, Part 2” is an imagined continuation of Henrik Ibsen’s classic 19th century play “A Doll’s House,” where Nora, the mother of a young family, decides to leave her husband and children. In the new play, Nora has come back home 15 years later, and is dealing with the fall-back of her actions.
Venue Management Makes a Point to be Inclusive; From Hiring Practices to Party Protocols
Located on St. Hubert St., Ausgang plaza is known for intertwining activism and art while presenting in it snapping fashion.
But the Montreal Vigil Shows There Is Hope
When there is a clear police mishandling of the case and systemic exclusion of Indigenous people from jury duty, how can we deny that Canada’s justice system is broken?
An Eerie Circus Retelling of Christina Rossetti’s Goblin Market
Last week, New Zealand circus-theatre troupe, The Dust Palace, rolled into Montreal to perform their theatre retelling of Christina Rossetti’s poem, “Goblin Market.” Here’s our review on that exact performance.