Review: Segal Centre’s “Bad Jews”

May 11, 2016

What aspects of our cultural heritage do we hang onto as we come of age and which traditions do we let go of as older generations pass away? In Bad Jews by Joshua Harmon, directed […]

Agokwe a spirited story of identity and expression

April 14, 2016

Originally developed and produced at Toronto’s respected Buddies in Bad Times Theatre in 2008, Agokwe is the winner of 6 Dora awards and makes its Montreal debut at Scènes contemporaines La Chapelle, playing until April 15th. […]

Revenge or Reconciliation: Bar Kapra the Squirrel Hunter

March 8, 2016

META-award winning company Scapegoat Carnivale Theatre presents the visually stunning production “Bar Kapra: the Squirrel Hunter”, directed by Andreas Apergis. This thought-provoking tale brings to light a different way of viewing the world and touches on […]

3rd Annual ShortStanding Festival rises tall

February 22, 2016

12 days, 3 lineups, nearly 100 performances; at the ShortStanding Festival, the only thing that’s diminutive is the time length of each mini-show — 30 minutes tops. And while Espace Freestanding on 4323 St. Laurent may […]

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