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 [...]
School lets out with a couple student projects.
Jesus Hopped the A Train struggles to find its own law and order.
Steve-O makes a Jackass of himself.
"It’s not just a football match, it’s a battleground." So begins the personal transformation of Kenneth McCallister, Belfast dole clerk and hero of Marie Jones’s A Night in November at ...
As the Centaur brings his play The Shape of Things to the stage, Neil LaBute talks about the art of evisceration.
To step into the Bain St-Michel, Infinitheatre’s swimming-pool-turned-theatre-space, is to be smacked squarely in the face with unconventional possibility. The same can be said for Barnacle Wood, the latest from ...
Martin Faucher steps up in staging of deceased choreographer Jean-Pierre Perrault's final work, Les petites sociétés.
Pixel Projects’ multi-media cabaret, Planted People, is a hot ticket, combining elements of music, movement and visual forms in "fun and accessible ways," says event co-founder Erin Flynn. It’s the ...
Ali & Ali and the Axes of Evil puts satire on the stage.