About Us

MontrealTheatreHub.com is a labour of love – a profound love for the stage arts and for the extraordinary individuals who also share the adoration, appreciation, and respect towards it.

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, arts organizations, industry professionals, and spirited theatregoers to network, share, and 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 plays and musicals happening around town.

Collaboration, connection, and cooperation are at the heart of the Hub; we’re here to acknowledge, applaud, and shine a light on the extraordinary individuals and organizations 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

(Photo: Karin Benedict)

Team of Contributors

Camila Fitzgibbon

Founder & Editor-in-Chief at Montreal Theatre Hub
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

Sandra D'Angelo

Co-founder at Snowglobe Theatre
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.
Sandra D'Angelo
Violette Kay

Violette Kay

Violette Kay is a playwright and multidisciplinary performer who is very excited to add "reviewer" to the pile of theatre-related hats worn. A semi-recent Acting graduate of John Abbott College’s Professional Theatre Program, her most recent credits are as playwright, composer and violinist for Adoration (Tantalus, Montreal 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.
Violette Kay

Andrew Sawyer

2017 Fringe Reviewer at Montreal Theatre Hub
Andrew Sawyer is an actor and writer currently in the BFA Acting for the Theatre program at Concordia University. Originally from Ottawa, Andrew is a frequent purveyor of the Ottawa Fringe Festival and is excited to see what the Montreal Fringe has in store. While his enthusiasm for theatre stretches across many genres and styles, Andrew loves Fringe Fests in particular because of their commitment to the artists, writers, and performers who bring these works to life (not to mention the designers, directors and stagehands). These are passion projects. Fringe is key to bringing unheard voices to the forefront, and he is excited to become part of this tradition.