Piknic Électronik will be celebrating its 10th season this summer, with 20 events featuring over 100 acts from May 20 to September 30. From the press release: “Those who remember [...]
Cold flesh in Daniel Léveillé's La Pudeur des icebergs.
Documentary film may be enjoying a heyday of sorts now, but performances like The Farm Show in the ’70s carved out a niche for Canadian documentary theatre years ago. The ...
Collaborative 63 Apparitions combines the spirits of both music and dance.
Les Grands Ballets Canadiens pays homage to the work of George Balanchine.
Revolutions in theatre: A conversation with Jacob Wren and Nadia Ross.
"I think the beginning of dance exists in the seriousness of man’s life or in the confusion of living itself," said inspiring butoh performer Kazuo Ohno. This week, in Eye, ...
This year's Théâtres du Monde festival explores new territory.
Edward Hillyer is back. Actually the dancer, choreographer and teacher never left, but his dance creations haven’t been seen in Montreal for a while. He’s been focusing his energies on ...
Productions of Jane Eyre and Sunday Father follow the routes most travelled.
Young companies take off at Danse en Vol.