MontrealTheatreHub.com is a labour of love – a profound love for the stage arts and for the extraordinary individuals who also share an adoration and respect towards the craft.
The idea for the site thus came from the desire to stitch even closer together the tight-knit tribe of Montreal theatre aficionados and create a digital platform for artists, production companies, presenters, arts organizations, and other industry professionals to promote their work among a highly targeted and invested audience.
Suggestively named, the Hub was conceived to be a centralized source of information and resources for members of the local performing arts community at large, serving as an independent newscast, a comprehensive guide, and a loving home for us to unapologetically discuss all things theatre around town.
Collaboration, connection, and cooperation are at the heart of the Hub; we’re here to shine a light on the individuals that ignite stages across Montreal and creatively contribute towards the cultural development of our vibrant city. Our mission resides not only in strengthening the ties among existing members of the community, but in reaching and inspiring new audiences to awaken to the magic of the theatre.
This site is a love letter to each and every single one of you and I hope you find in it a source of excitement, education, and enlightenment.
All my love!
Camila Fitzgibbon Founder and Editor-in-Chief MontrealTheatreHub.com
Artist of the stage and screen, Camila is currently pursuing a professional acting degree from John Abbott College (Graduating Class of 2019), where she is the proud recipient of the departmental 2017 Carla Napier Award. Graduating with honours from Concordia University's John Molson School of Business, she has merged 10+ years of experience in sales & marketing with a background in computer science to found MontrealTheatreHub.com, where she currently serves as Editor-in-Chief.
Sandra D’Angelo has been opera-obsessed since the age of 10. She obtained a bachelor in voice performance from McGill. Since then, she has co-founded Montreal-based soprano “band” Musallica, which performs music across a variety of genres in original productions, and Snowglobe Theatre, whose encompasses includes plays, opera, and more. She is passionate about classical singing from the dawn of opera to the modern day.
Founder of Talking Dog Productions, Dane is a multidisciplinary artist and recent graduate of Concordia University’s Individualized Master’s program. His work spans queer identity, research-creation, and the ethics of representation. As an academic he’s had the pleasure of lecturing at McGill and Concordia, among others. His first full length play, How Exile Melts, was produced by McGill’s Department of English in 2014. As an actor, Dane has performed in Spring Awakening (Centaur Theatre’s Brave New Looks 2014), Godspell (Beautiful City Theatre), and MainLine’s The Rocky Horror Show. He also spent a few marvellous years touring around playing keyboard with Montreal-band, Motel Raphael. Dane is an educator and public advocate for alternative sexual practices and lifestyles including BDSM and human pup play and currently holds the title of IPC International Puppy 2018.
Violette Kay is a playwright, director and multidisciplinary performer. An Acting graduate of John Abbott College’s Professional Theatre Program, her most recent credits are as director for Tantalus Montreal's "James and Ziggy" (Fringe 2018) and playwright, composer and violinist for the company's "Adoration" (Fringe 2017). These days, you can find Violette manning the box office at Geordie Productions. She once adapted Samuel Beckett’s Krapp’s Last Tape into a cake, by far her most delicious and least word-heavy "writing" endeavor so far.
Emma Loerick studied classical voice performance at Vanier College. Upon graduating, she switched gears and is now an English: Drama and Theatre student at McGill University. She remains a lover of opera in addition to her full-time schedule as a musical theatre nerd. Emma works with the Côte Saint-Luc Dramatic Society and the Segal Centre for Performing Arts, and when she's not in a theatre, she can usually be found at a Starbucks or planning a trip to New York.
Andrew is a performer, writer and director based in Montreal, entering his final year in Concordia's Acting for the Theatre program Fall 2018. He recently directed "A Love Song for Insomniacs" at Montreal Fringe with Blowfish Theatre, and wrote and performed "Can You Hear the Drums?" in Concordia's Solo Shows Festival. Stay tuned for an expanded version of this show at Fringe Festivals next Summer.
Rahul Gandhi is an independent artist, as well as a BFA student. Recent credits include Louise in Hudson Village Theatre's "Private lives", and Jeremy in Persephone's "Jerome of Sandy Cove". As co-founder/artistic director of Tantalus, he is hot off his first fully independent production: "Adoration", which will be remounted at this year's Fringe. As an actor/director/producer, he is thrilled to be working with Montreal Theatre Hub watching, offering insight and reviewing some of the wonderful theatrical experiences Montreal has to offer.
Jasmine Winter is a Montreal based actress and creator whose love of theater and the dramatic arts began when she was only ten, playing Colombina in aCommedia Dell'Arte show in elementary school. She has recently graduated from Dawson's Professional Theatre Program where she got the opportunity to interpret such beloved and classic characters as Romeo (Romeo and Juliet), Mrs. Bennet (Pride and Prejudice), Alice Sycamore (You Can't Take It With You), and Middle Daughter (Friends by Kobo Abe). Most recently, she appeared as Jen in James and Ziggy (Tantalus) at the 2018 Montreal Fringe Festival. She is looking forward to working with Cirque du Soleil this summer as a pre-show clown in their new show "Juste une p'tite nuite" premiering in Trois-Rivières. When not on stage, she reviews local theatre with Montreal Theatre Hub and teaches a theatre class to kids aged 4 to 12.