Collectif Erreurs Choisies Brings Crumbling & Disorienting Play to the Fringe
Visceral and luminous, Just the Worst Time of the Year for a Revolution nudges at the deepest crevices of the subconscious.
Concordia Students and Alumni Put on the Coming of Age Story
Ella Kohlmann began the writing process of Exits at 17. Now, four years later, she starred in the play she wished she could have seen as a teenager.
The Fairy Who Couldn’t Fly Stopped by At the Fringe Fest
There’s probably nothing sadder than a fairy who can’t fly. After all, what are fairies known for, if not their glamorous wings, sparkling outfits, and bubbly personalities?
Concordia Alumna Puts on a Fresh Version of 80s Classic
Although famous for its uncensored and unconventional plays, the Fringe Festival also has its share of creations dedicated to a younger audience.
Fringe Festival Play Explores the Plight of Trophy Hunting
The concept is fresh and alluring—a play with a stage that spreads itself across the Plateau-Mont-Royal, in multiple secret locations revealed only as the show begins.
The Group’s New Album Accompanied by European Tour
Times, the latest album by Montreal-based hip hop band Nomadic Massive, is an exploration of their evolution and roots. Where did Nomadic Massive come from, and where are they now after 15 years on the scene?
The So-Bad-It’s-Good Disaster Through the Eyes of a Newcomer and a Fan
It’s rare and unexpected to see a group of people get so much joy from something so unabashedly terrible. But that’s what happens at Cinema du Parc every few weeks with screenings of Tommy Wiseau’s The Room .
Major Theatre Companies Balancing the Serious and the Comedic in Preview of Their Shows
In a show of solidarity within the English theatre community, nine Montreal companies gave the city a peek at what can expected next season.
Workshops, Artworks, Conferences to Be Featured on June 8, 9
Rejoice, the Festivulve is gracing Montreal for a second year! Are you ready for the vulva, vagina, and pubic hair galore that awaits you?
They Brought Together Rapkeb, Freestyle, Soul, in an Exciting Lineup
“It’s so good to have a following that wants to hear music that doesn’t necessarily play on the radio,” said Rémi Cormier in French, The Liquor Store trumpet player, before launching into another song to a round of applause.