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Centaur Theatre

Address:
453 St. François-Xavier
Montreal, Quebec H2Y 2T1 Canada
Phone:
(514) 288-3161
Website:
www.centaurtheatre.com

The Centaur Theatre is an ideal venue for theatrical productions as well as corporate events. Conveniently located in the heart of Old Montreal in the elegant and historic Old Stock exchange building, the Centaur is easily accessible by Metro and close to ample parking, major hotels, and fine restaurants.

The Centaur has two fully equipped performances spaces and a reception area available for rent. Centaur 1 is an intimate black box theatre with fixed seating for 241 on a steep rake. Centaur 2 has a proscenium stage with a small thrust, and seats 422. The Ted T. Katz Family Trust Gallery is available in a variety of configurations.

For rental information, visit https://centaurtheatre.com/rentals.html



Upcoming Events

November 2018

The Children

November 21 @ 2:00 pm - 8:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Performances from November 6-25, 2018
Centaur Theatre, 453 St. François-Xavier
Montreal, Quebec H2Y 2T1 Canada

"Just when they felt they had contributed all they could as nuclear scientists and simpler, slower lives beckoned, an old colleague emerges with a crucial proposal of devastating consequences."

UK playwright Lucy Kirkwood’s wickedly witty and thought-provoking three-hander, THE CHILDREN, recently nominated for a 2018 Tony Award, takes the November time slot from the 6th to the 25th and Centaur’s Artistic and Executive Director, Eda Holmes, will direct.

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CAD $15 – CAD $25

The Tashme Project

November 21 @ 8:30 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Performances from November 15-24
Centaur Theatre, 453 St. François-Xavier
Montreal, Quebec H2Y 2T1 Canada

The Tashme Project is a one act verbatim, or documentary-style play that has been carefully pieced together from over 70 hours of interview time with 30 Nisei, or 2nd generation Japanese Canadians across Canada. The play traces the history of the Nisei through childhood, internment and post-WW2 resettlement east of the Rockies.. Now seniors, the Nisei were children at the time of internment and their memories of adventure and play are presented here in sharp relief to the more common internment narratives of hardship and injustice.

Moving from voice to voice and story to story with fluidity and constructed gracefulness, the piece is performed by its creators Julie Tamiko Manning and Matt Miwa, as a tribute to Nisei character, language, spirit and story.

Find out more »

The Children

November 22 @ 8:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Performances from November 6-25, 2018
Centaur Theatre, 453 St. François-Xavier
Montreal, Quebec H2Y 2T1 Canada

"Just when they felt they had contributed all they could as nuclear scientists and simpler, slower lives beckoned, an old colleague emerges with a crucial proposal of devastating consequences."

UK playwright Lucy Kirkwood’s wickedly witty and thought-provoking three-hander, THE CHILDREN, recently nominated for a 2018 Tony Award, takes the November time slot from the 6th to the 25th and Centaur’s Artistic and Executive Director, Eda Holmes, will direct.

Find out more »
CAD $15 – CAD $25

The Tashme Project

November 22 @ 8:30 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Performances from November 15-24
Centaur Theatre, 453 St. François-Xavier
Montreal, Quebec H2Y 2T1 Canada

The Tashme Project is a one act verbatim, or documentary-style play that has been carefully pieced together from over 70 hours of interview time with 30 Nisei, or 2nd generation Japanese Canadians across Canada. The play traces the history of the Nisei through childhood, internment and post-WW2 resettlement east of the Rockies.. Now seniors, the Nisei were children at the time of internment and their memories of adventure and play are presented here in sharp relief to the more common internment narratives of hardship and injustice.

Moving from voice to voice and story to story with fluidity and constructed gracefulness, the piece is performed by its creators Julie Tamiko Manning and Matt Miwa, as a tribute to Nisei character, language, spirit and story.

Find out more »

The Children

November 23 @ 8:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Performances from November 6-25, 2018
Centaur Theatre, 453 St. François-Xavier
Montreal, Quebec H2Y 2T1 Canada

"Just when they felt they had contributed all they could as nuclear scientists and simpler, slower lives beckoned, an old colleague emerges with a crucial proposal of devastating consequences."

UK playwright Lucy Kirkwood’s wickedly witty and thought-provoking three-hander, THE CHILDREN, recently nominated for a 2018 Tony Award, takes the November time slot from the 6th to the 25th and Centaur’s Artistic and Executive Director, Eda Holmes, will direct.

Find out more »
CAD $15 – CAD $25

The Tashme Project

November 23 @ 8:30 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Performances from November 15-24
Centaur Theatre, 453 St. François-Xavier
Montreal, Quebec H2Y 2T1 Canada

The Tashme Project is a one act verbatim, or documentary-style play that has been carefully pieced together from over 70 hours of interview time with 30 Nisei, or 2nd generation Japanese Canadians across Canada. The play traces the history of the Nisei through childhood, internment and post-WW2 resettlement east of the Rockies.. Now seniors, the Nisei were children at the time of internment and their memories of adventure and play are presented here in sharp relief to the more common internment narratives of hardship and injustice.

Moving from voice to voice and story to story with fluidity and constructed gracefulness, the piece is performed by its creators Julie Tamiko Manning and Matt Miwa, as a tribute to Nisei character, language, spirit and story.

Find out more »

The Children

November 24 @ 2:00 pm - 8:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Performances from November 6-25, 2018
Centaur Theatre, 453 St. François-Xavier
Montreal, Quebec H2Y 2T1 Canada

"Just when they felt they had contributed all they could as nuclear scientists and simpler, slower lives beckoned, an old colleague emerges with a crucial proposal of devastating consequences."

UK playwright Lucy Kirkwood’s wickedly witty and thought-provoking three-hander, THE CHILDREN, recently nominated for a 2018 Tony Award, takes the November time slot from the 6th to the 25th and Centaur’s Artistic and Executive Director, Eda Holmes, will direct.

Find out more »
CAD $15 – CAD $25

The Tashme Project

November 24 @ 2:30 pm - 8:30 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Performances from November 15-24
Centaur Theatre, 453 St. François-Xavier
Montreal, Quebec H2Y 2T1 Canada

The Tashme Project is a one act verbatim, or documentary-style play that has been carefully pieced together from over 70 hours of interview time with 30 Nisei, or 2nd generation Japanese Canadians across Canada. The play traces the history of the Nisei through childhood, internment and post-WW2 resettlement east of the Rockies.. Now seniors, the Nisei were children at the time of internment and their memories of adventure and play are presented here in sharp relief to the more common internment narratives of hardship and injustice.

Moving from voice to voice and story to story with fluidity and constructed gracefulness, the piece is performed by its creators Julie Tamiko Manning and Matt Miwa, as a tribute to Nisei character, language, spirit and story.

Find out more »

The Children

November 25 @ 2:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Performances from November 6-25, 2018
Centaur Theatre, 453 St. François-Xavier
Montreal, Quebec H2Y 2T1 Canada

"Just when they felt they had contributed all they could as nuclear scientists and simpler, slower lives beckoned, an old colleague emerges with a crucial proposal of devastating consequences."

UK playwright Lucy Kirkwood’s wickedly witty and thought-provoking three-hander, THE CHILDREN, recently nominated for a 2018 Tony Award, takes the November time slot from the 6th to the 25th and Centaur’s Artistic and Executive Director, Eda Holmes, will direct.

Find out more »

December 2018

CAD $16 – CAD $22

Urban Tales #12

December 7 @ 8:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Performances from December 7-15
Centaur Theatre, 453 St. François-Xavier
Montreal, Quebec H2Y 2T1 Canada

Centaur Theatre Company presents URBAN TALES #12

Feathers: 12 days of Xmas stories spun from a silly song
Direction and Music Harry Standjofski
Created in collaboration with (Urbi & Orbi)

December 7, 8, 11, 14 & 15

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CAD $16 – CAD $22

Urban Tales #12

December 8 @ 8:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Performances from December 7-15
Centaur Theatre, 453 St. François-Xavier
Montreal, Quebec H2Y 2T1 Canada

Centaur Theatre Company presents URBAN TALES #12

Feathers: 12 days of Xmas stories spun from a silly song
Direction and Music Harry Standjofski
Created in collaboration with (Urbi & Orbi)

December 7, 8, 11, 14 & 15

Find out more »
CAD $16 – CAD $22

Urban Tales #12

December 11 @ 8:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Performances from December 7-15
Centaur Theatre, 453 St. François-Xavier
Montreal, Quebec H2Y 2T1 Canada

Centaur Theatre Company presents URBAN TALES #12

Feathers: 12 days of Xmas stories spun from a silly song
Direction and Music Harry Standjofski
Created in collaboration with (Urbi & Orbi)

December 7, 8, 11, 14 & 15

Find out more »
CAD $16 – CAD $22

Urban Tales #12

December 14 @ 8:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Performances from December 7-15
Centaur Theatre, 453 St. François-Xavier
Montreal, Quebec H2Y 2T1 Canada

Centaur Theatre Company presents URBAN TALES #12

Feathers: 12 days of Xmas stories spun from a silly song
Direction and Music Harry Standjofski
Created in collaboration with (Urbi & Orbi)

December 7, 8, 11, 14 & 15

Find out more »
CAD $20 – CAD $30

Schwartz’s: The Musical

December 14 @ 8:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Performances from December 14-16
Centaur Theatre, 453 St. François-Xavier
Montreal, Quebec H2Y 2T1 Canada

Centaur then jumps ahead thirty years to the 2011 oh-so-Montreal smash, Schwartz’s: the Musical, based on Schwartz's Hebrew Delicatessen: The Story, a popular book about ‘the Main’ by Bill Brownstein’s, brought to musical life by Montreal’s beloved kings of parody, Rick Blue and George Bowser. What could be more Montreal than the hearty smoked meat sandwich that fueled the city’s bustling lifeline of merchants and their colourful clientele?

The lively re-enactment is presented from December 14-16 as part of Centaur's Legacy Series under the gifted direction of Eda Holmes.

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CAD $16 – CAD $22

Urban Tales #12

December 15 @ 8:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Performances from December 7-15
Centaur Theatre, 453 St. François-Xavier
Montreal, Quebec H2Y 2T1 Canada

Centaur Theatre Company presents URBAN TALES #12

Feathers: 12 days of Xmas stories spun from a silly song
Direction and Music Harry Standjofski
Created in collaboration with (Urbi & Orbi)

December 7, 8, 11, 14 & 15

Find out more »
CAD $20 – CAD $30

Schwartz’s: The Musical

December 15 @ 8:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Performances from December 14-16
Centaur Theatre, 453 St. François-Xavier
Montreal, Quebec H2Y 2T1 Canada

Centaur then jumps ahead thirty years to the 2011 oh-so-Montreal smash, Schwartz’s: the Musical, based on Schwartz's Hebrew Delicatessen: The Story, a popular book about ‘the Main’ by Bill Brownstein’s, brought to musical life by Montreal’s beloved kings of parody, Rick Blue and George Bowser. What could be more Montreal than the hearty smoked meat sandwich that fueled the city’s bustling lifeline of merchants and their colourful clientele?

The lively re-enactment is presented from December 14-16 as part of Centaur's Legacy Series under the gifted direction of Eda Holmes.

Find out more »
CAD $20 – CAD $30

Schwartz’s: The Musical

December 16 @ 2:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Performances from December 14-16
Centaur Theatre, 453 St. François-Xavier
Montreal, Quebec H2Y 2T1 Canada

Centaur then jumps ahead thirty years to the 2011 oh-so-Montreal smash, Schwartz’s: the Musical, based on Schwartz's Hebrew Delicatessen: The Story, a popular book about ‘the Main’ by Bill Brownstein’s, brought to musical life by Montreal’s beloved kings of parody, Rick Blue and George Bowser. What could be more Montreal than the hearty smoked meat sandwich that fueled the city’s bustling lifeline of merchants and their colourful clientele?

The lively re-enactment is presented from December 14-16 as part of Centaur's Legacy Series under the gifted direction of Eda Holmes.

Find out more »

January 2019

CAD $30 – CAD $49

True Crime

January 8, 2019 @ 8:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Performances from January 8th - 27th
Centaur Theatre, 453 St. François-Xavier
Montreal, Quebec H2Y 2T1 Canada

Torquil Campbell returns to his acting roots when he discovers several similarities between himself and Clark Rockefeller, one of history’s most dangerous con men who turned the art of con into high art. The true crime-obsessed Campbell is curious: what differentiates acting a role from trying on a Rockefeller to see how far you can coast on charm and chutzpah? The only way to find out is to meet the real-life enigma, which thrusts Torquil into a complex web of truths, half-truths and lies.

With nothing on stage but a music stand, a guitarist, and some evocative lighting, it becomes harder and harder for the audience to know whether Torquil himself is, in fact, the greatest con man in history.

A Crow's Theatre production presented by Centaur Theatre from January 8th to 27th.

Find out more »
CAD $30 – CAD $49

True Crime

January 9, 2019 @ 8:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Performances from January 8th - 27th
Centaur Theatre, 453 St. François-Xavier
Montreal, Quebec H2Y 2T1 Canada

Torquil Campbell returns to his acting roots when he discovers several similarities between himself and Clark Rockefeller, one of history’s most dangerous con men who turned the art of con into high art. The true crime-obsessed Campbell is curious: what differentiates acting a role from trying on a Rockefeller to see how far you can coast on charm and chutzpah? The only way to find out is to meet the real-life enigma, which thrusts Torquil into a complex web of truths, half-truths and lies.

With nothing on stage but a music stand, a guitarist, and some evocative lighting, it becomes harder and harder for the audience to know whether Torquil himself is, in fact, the greatest con man in history.

A Crow's Theatre production presented by Centaur Theatre from January 8th to 27th.

Find out more »
CAD $30 – CAD $49

True Crime

January 10, 2019 @ 8:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Performances from January 8th - 27th
Centaur Theatre, 453 St. François-Xavier
Montreal, Quebec H2Y 2T1 Canada

Torquil Campbell returns to his acting roots when he discovers several similarities between himself and Clark Rockefeller, one of history’s most dangerous con men who turned the art of con into high art. The true crime-obsessed Campbell is curious: what differentiates acting a role from trying on a Rockefeller to see how far you can coast on charm and chutzpah? The only way to find out is to meet the real-life enigma, which thrusts Torquil into a complex web of truths, half-truths and lies.

With nothing on stage but a music stand, a guitarist, and some evocative lighting, it becomes harder and harder for the audience to know whether Torquil himself is, in fact, the greatest con man in history.

A Crow's Theatre production presented by Centaur Theatre from January 8th to 27th.

Find out more »
CAD $30 – CAD $49

True Crime

January 11, 2019 @ 8:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Performances from January 8th - 27th
Centaur Theatre, 453 St. François-Xavier
Montreal, Quebec H2Y 2T1 Canada

Torquil Campbell returns to his acting roots when he discovers several similarities between himself and Clark Rockefeller, one of history’s most dangerous con men who turned the art of con into high art. The true crime-obsessed Campbell is curious: what differentiates acting a role from trying on a Rockefeller to see how far you can coast on charm and chutzpah? The only way to find out is to meet the real-life enigma, which thrusts Torquil into a complex web of truths, half-truths and lies.

With nothing on stage but a music stand, a guitarist, and some evocative lighting, it becomes harder and harder for the audience to know whether Torquil himself is, in fact, the greatest con man in history.

A Crow's Theatre production presented by Centaur Theatre from January 8th to 27th.

Find out more »
CAD $30 – CAD $49

True Crime

January 12, 2019 @ 2:00 pm - 8:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Performances from January 8th - 27th
Centaur Theatre, 453 St. François-Xavier
Montreal, Quebec H2Y 2T1 Canada

Torquil Campbell returns to his acting roots when he discovers several similarities between himself and Clark Rockefeller, one of history’s most dangerous con men who turned the art of con into high art. The true crime-obsessed Campbell is curious: what differentiates acting a role from trying on a Rockefeller to see how far you can coast on charm and chutzpah? The only way to find out is to meet the real-life enigma, which thrusts Torquil into a complex web of truths, half-truths and lies.

With nothing on stage but a music stand, a guitarist, and some evocative lighting, it becomes harder and harder for the audience to know whether Torquil himself is, in fact, the greatest con man in history.

A Crow's Theatre production presented by Centaur Theatre from January 8th to 27th.

Find out more »
CAD $30 – CAD $49

True Crime

January 13, 2019 @ 2:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Performances from January 8th - 27th
Centaur Theatre, 453 St. François-Xavier
Montreal, Quebec H2Y 2T1 Canada

Torquil Campbell returns to his acting roots when he discovers several similarities between himself and Clark Rockefeller, one of history’s most dangerous con men who turned the art of con into high art. The true crime-obsessed Campbell is curious: what differentiates acting a role from trying on a Rockefeller to see how far you can coast on charm and chutzpah? The only way to find out is to meet the real-life enigma, which thrusts Torquil into a complex web of truths, half-truths and lies.

With nothing on stage but a music stand, a guitarist, and some evocative lighting, it becomes harder and harder for the audience to know whether Torquil himself is, in fact, the greatest con man in history.

A Crow's Theatre production presented by Centaur Theatre from January 8th to 27th.

Find out more »
CAD $30 – CAD $49

True Crime

January 15, 2019 @ 8:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Performances from January 8th - 27th
Centaur Theatre, 453 St. François-Xavier
Montreal, Quebec H2Y 2T1 Canada

Torquil Campbell returns to his acting roots when he discovers several similarities between himself and Clark Rockefeller, one of history’s most dangerous con men who turned the art of con into high art. The true crime-obsessed Campbell is curious: what differentiates acting a role from trying on a Rockefeller to see how far you can coast on charm and chutzpah? The only way to find out is to meet the real-life enigma, which thrusts Torquil into a complex web of truths, half-truths and lies.

With nothing on stage but a music stand, a guitarist, and some evocative lighting, it becomes harder and harder for the audience to know whether Torquil himself is, in fact, the greatest con man in history.

A Crow's Theatre production presented by Centaur Theatre from January 8th to 27th.

Find out more »
CAD $30 – CAD $49

True Crime

January 16, 2019 @ 1:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Performances from January 8th - 27th
Centaur Theatre, 453 St. François-Xavier
Montreal, Quebec H2Y 2T1 Canada

Torquil Campbell returns to his acting roots when he discovers several similarities between himself and Clark Rockefeller, one of history’s most dangerous con men who turned the art of con into high art. The true crime-obsessed Campbell is curious: what differentiates acting a role from trying on a Rockefeller to see how far you can coast on charm and chutzpah? The only way to find out is to meet the real-life enigma, which thrusts Torquil into a complex web of truths, half-truths and lies.

With nothing on stage but a music stand, a guitarist, and some evocative lighting, it becomes harder and harder for the audience to know whether Torquil himself is, in fact, the greatest con man in history.

A Crow's Theatre production presented by Centaur Theatre from January 8th to 27th.

Find out more »
CAD $30 – CAD $49

True Crime

January 16, 2019 @ 8:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Performances from January 8th - 27th
Centaur Theatre, 453 St. François-Xavier
Montreal, Quebec H2Y 2T1 Canada

Torquil Campbell returns to his acting roots when he discovers several similarities between himself and Clark Rockefeller, one of history’s most dangerous con men who turned the art of con into high art. The true crime-obsessed Campbell is curious: what differentiates acting a role from trying on a Rockefeller to see how far you can coast on charm and chutzpah? The only way to find out is to meet the real-life enigma, which thrusts Torquil into a complex web of truths, half-truths and lies.

With nothing on stage but a music stand, a guitarist, and some evocative lighting, it becomes harder and harder for the audience to know whether Torquil himself is, in fact, the greatest con man in history.

A Crow's Theatre production presented by Centaur Theatre from January 8th to 27th.

Find out more »
CAD $30 – CAD $49

True Crime

January 17, 2019 @ 8:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Performances from January 8th - 27th
Centaur Theatre, 453 St. François-Xavier
Montreal, Quebec H2Y 2T1 Canada

Torquil Campbell returns to his acting roots when he discovers several similarities between himself and Clark Rockefeller, one of history’s most dangerous con men who turned the art of con into high art. The true crime-obsessed Campbell is curious: what differentiates acting a role from trying on a Rockefeller to see how far you can coast on charm and chutzpah? The only way to find out is to meet the real-life enigma, which thrusts Torquil into a complex web of truths, half-truths and lies.

With nothing on stage but a music stand, a guitarist, and some evocative lighting, it becomes harder and harder for the audience to know whether Torquil himself is, in fact, the greatest con man in history.

A Crow's Theatre production presented by Centaur Theatre from January 8th to 27th.

Find out more »
CAD $30 – CAD $49

True Crime

January 18, 2019 @ 8:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Performances from January 8th - 27th
Centaur Theatre, 453 St. François-Xavier
Montreal, Quebec H2Y 2T1 Canada

Torquil Campbell returns to his acting roots when he discovers several similarities between himself and Clark Rockefeller, one of history’s most dangerous con men who turned the art of con into high art. The true crime-obsessed Campbell is curious: what differentiates acting a role from trying on a Rockefeller to see how far you can coast on charm and chutzpah? The only way to find out is to meet the real-life enigma, which thrusts Torquil into a complex web of truths, half-truths and lies.

With nothing on stage but a music stand, a guitarist, and some evocative lighting, it becomes harder and harder for the audience to know whether Torquil himself is, in fact, the greatest con man in history.

A Crow's Theatre production presented by Centaur Theatre from January 8th to 27th.

Find out more »
CAD $30 – CAD $49

True Crime

January 19, 2019 @ 2:00 pm - 8:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Performances from January 8th - 27th
Centaur Theatre, 453 St. François-Xavier
Montreal, Quebec H2Y 2T1 Canada

Torquil Campbell returns to his acting roots when he discovers several similarities between himself and Clark Rockefeller, one of history’s most dangerous con men who turned the art of con into high art. The true crime-obsessed Campbell is curious: what differentiates acting a role from trying on a Rockefeller to see how far you can coast on charm and chutzpah? The only way to find out is to meet the real-life enigma, which thrusts Torquil into a complex web of truths, half-truths and lies.

With nothing on stage but a music stand, a guitarist, and some evocative lighting, it becomes harder and harder for the audience to know whether Torquil himself is, in fact, the greatest con man in history.

A Crow's Theatre production presented by Centaur Theatre from January 8th to 27th.

Find out more »
CAD $30 – CAD $49

True Crime

January 20, 2019 @ 2:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Performances from January 8th - 27th
Centaur Theatre, 453 St. François-Xavier
Montreal, Quebec H2Y 2T1 Canada

Torquil Campbell returns to his acting roots when he discovers several similarities between himself and Clark Rockefeller, one of history’s most dangerous con men who turned the art of con into high art. The true crime-obsessed Campbell is curious: what differentiates acting a role from trying on a Rockefeller to see how far you can coast on charm and chutzpah? The only way to find out is to meet the real-life enigma, which thrusts Torquil into a complex web of truths, half-truths and lies.

With nothing on stage but a music stand, a guitarist, and some evocative lighting, it becomes harder and harder for the audience to know whether Torquil himself is, in fact, the greatest con man in history.

A Crow's Theatre production presented by Centaur Theatre from January 8th to 27th.

Find out more »
CAD $30 – CAD $49

True Crime

January 22, 2019 @ 8:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Performances from January 8th - 27th
Centaur Theatre, 453 St. François-Xavier
Montreal, Quebec H2Y 2T1 Canada

Torquil Campbell returns to his acting roots when he discovers several similarities between himself and Clark Rockefeller, one of history’s most dangerous con men who turned the art of con into high art. The true crime-obsessed Campbell is curious: what differentiates acting a role from trying on a Rockefeller to see how far you can coast on charm and chutzpah? The only way to find out is to meet the real-life enigma, which thrusts Torquil into a complex web of truths, half-truths and lies.

With nothing on stage but a music stand, a guitarist, and some evocative lighting, it becomes harder and harder for the audience to know whether Torquil himself is, in fact, the greatest con man in history.

A Crow's Theatre production presented by Centaur Theatre from January 8th to 27th.

Find out more »
CAD $30 – CAD $49

True Crime

January 23, 2019 @ 8:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Performances from January 8th - 27th
Centaur Theatre, 453 St. François-Xavier
Montreal, Quebec H2Y 2T1 Canada

Torquil Campbell returns to his acting roots when he discovers several similarities between himself and Clark Rockefeller, one of history’s most dangerous con men who turned the art of con into high art. The true crime-obsessed Campbell is curious: what differentiates acting a role from trying on a Rockefeller to see how far you can coast on charm and chutzpah? The only way to find out is to meet the real-life enigma, which thrusts Torquil into a complex web of truths, half-truths and lies.

With nothing on stage but a music stand, a guitarist, and some evocative lighting, it becomes harder and harder for the audience to know whether Torquil himself is, in fact, the greatest con man in history.

A Crow's Theatre production presented by Centaur Theatre from January 8th to 27th.

Find out more »
CAD $30 – CAD $49

True Crime

January 24, 2019 @ 8:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Performances from January 8th - 27th
Centaur Theatre, 453 St. François-Xavier
Montreal, Quebec H2Y 2T1 Canada

Torquil Campbell returns to his acting roots when he discovers several similarities between himself and Clark Rockefeller, one of history’s most dangerous con men who turned the art of con into high art. The true crime-obsessed Campbell is curious: what differentiates acting a role from trying on a Rockefeller to see how far you can coast on charm and chutzpah? The only way to find out is to meet the real-life enigma, which thrusts Torquil into a complex web of truths, half-truths and lies.

With nothing on stage but a music stand, a guitarist, and some evocative lighting, it becomes harder and harder for the audience to know whether Torquil himself is, in fact, the greatest con man in history.

A Crow's Theatre production presented by Centaur Theatre from January 8th to 27th.

Find out more »
CAD $30 – CAD $49

True Crime

January 25, 2019 @ 8:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Performances from January 8th - 27th
Centaur Theatre, 453 St. François-Xavier
Montreal, Quebec H2Y 2T1 Canada

Torquil Campbell returns to his acting roots when he discovers several similarities between himself and Clark Rockefeller, one of history’s most dangerous con men who turned the art of con into high art. The true crime-obsessed Campbell is curious: what differentiates acting a role from trying on a Rockefeller to see how far you can coast on charm and chutzpah? The only way to find out is to meet the real-life enigma, which thrusts Torquil into a complex web of truths, half-truths and lies.

With nothing on stage but a music stand, a guitarist, and some evocative lighting, it becomes harder and harder for the audience to know whether Torquil himself is, in fact, the greatest con man in history.

A Crow's Theatre production presented by Centaur Theatre from January 8th to 27th.

Find out more »
CAD $30 – CAD $49

True Crime

January 26, 2019 @ 2:00 pm - 8:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Performances from January 8th - 27th
Centaur Theatre, 453 St. François-Xavier
Montreal, Quebec H2Y 2T1 Canada

Torquil Campbell returns to his acting roots when he discovers several similarities between himself and Clark Rockefeller, one of history’s most dangerous con men who turned the art of con into high art. The true crime-obsessed Campbell is curious: what differentiates acting a role from trying on a Rockefeller to see how far you can coast on charm and chutzpah? The only way to find out is to meet the real-life enigma, which thrusts Torquil into a complex web of truths, half-truths and lies.

With nothing on stage but a music stand, a guitarist, and some evocative lighting, it becomes harder and harder for the audience to know whether Torquil himself is, in fact, the greatest con man in history.

A Crow's Theatre production presented by Centaur Theatre from January 8th to 27th.

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CAD $30 – CAD $49

True Crime

January 27, 2019 @ 2:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Performances from January 8th - 27th
Centaur Theatre, 453 St. François-Xavier
Montreal, Quebec H2Y 2T1 Canada

Torquil Campbell returns to his acting roots when he discovers several similarities between himself and Clark Rockefeller, one of history’s most dangerous con men who turned the art of con into high art. The true crime-obsessed Campbell is curious: what differentiates acting a role from trying on a Rockefeller to see how far you can coast on charm and chutzpah? The only way to find out is to meet the real-life enigma, which thrusts Torquil into a complex web of truths, half-truths and lies.

With nothing on stage but a music stand, a guitarist, and some evocative lighting, it becomes harder and harder for the audience to know whether Torquil himself is, in fact, the greatest con man in history.

A Crow's Theatre production presented by Centaur Theatre from January 8th to 27th.

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February 2019

CAD $30 – CAD $44

The Last Wife

February 12, 2019 @ 8:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Performances from February 12th - March 3rd
Centaur Theatre, 453 St. François-Xavier
Montreal, Quebec H2Y 2T1 Canada

History has taught us that wedding the notorious King Henry VIII usually proved fatal but in Kate Hennig’s re-imagined account of Catherine Parr, Henry’s sixth and last wife, not only did Henry meet his match in wit and negotiation, he gained a formidable ally worthy of ruling the country in his absence and more than equipped to prepare his heirs, male and female, to rule an empire. Hennig takes you behind the throne into a home not unlike that of any power family today.

Presented by the Centaur Theatre Company from February 12th to March 3rd, 2018.

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CAD $30 – CAD $44

The Last Wife

February 13, 2019 @ 8:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Performances from February 12th - March 3rd
Centaur Theatre, 453 St. François-Xavier
Montreal, Quebec H2Y 2T1 Canada

History has taught us that wedding the notorious King Henry VIII usually proved fatal but in Kate Hennig’s re-imagined account of Catherine Parr, Henry’s sixth and last wife, not only did Henry meet his match in wit and negotiation, he gained a formidable ally worthy of ruling the country in his absence and more than equipped to prepare his heirs, male and female, to rule an empire. Hennig takes you behind the throne into a home not unlike that of any power family today.

Presented by the Centaur Theatre Company from February 12th to March 3rd, 2018.

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CAD $30 – CAD $44

The Last Wife

February 14, 2019 @ 8:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Performances from February 12th - March 3rd
Centaur Theatre, 453 St. François-Xavier
Montreal, Quebec H2Y 2T1 Canada

History has taught us that wedding the notorious King Henry VIII usually proved fatal but in Kate Hennig’s re-imagined account of Catherine Parr, Henry’s sixth and last wife, not only did Henry meet his match in wit and negotiation, he gained a formidable ally worthy of ruling the country in his absence and more than equipped to prepare his heirs, male and female, to rule an empire. Hennig takes you behind the throne into a home not unlike that of any power family today.

Presented by the Centaur Theatre Company from February 12th to March 3rd, 2018.

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CAD $30 – CAD $44

The Last Wife

February 15, 2019 @ 8:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Performances from February 12th - March 3rd
Centaur Theatre, 453 St. François-Xavier
Montreal, Quebec H2Y 2T1 Canada

History has taught us that wedding the notorious King Henry VIII usually proved fatal but in Kate Hennig’s re-imagined account of Catherine Parr, Henry’s sixth and last wife, not only did Henry meet his match in wit and negotiation, he gained a formidable ally worthy of ruling the country in his absence and more than equipped to prepare his heirs, male and female, to rule an empire. Hennig takes you behind the throne into a home not unlike that of any power family today.

Presented by the Centaur Theatre Company from February 12th to March 3rd, 2018.

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CAD $30 – CAD $44

The Last Wife

February 16, 2019 @ 2:00 pm - 8:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Performances from February 12th - March 3rd
Centaur Theatre, 453 St. François-Xavier
Montreal, Quebec H2Y 2T1 Canada

History has taught us that wedding the notorious King Henry VIII usually proved fatal but in Kate Hennig’s re-imagined account of Catherine Parr, Henry’s sixth and last wife, not only did Henry meet his match in wit and negotiation, he gained a formidable ally worthy of ruling the country in his absence and more than equipped to prepare his heirs, male and female, to rule an empire. Hennig takes you behind the throne into a home not unlike that of any power family today.

Presented by the Centaur Theatre Company from February 12th to March 3rd, 2018.

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CAD $30 – CAD $44

The Last Wife

February 17, 2019 @ 2:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Performances from February 12th - March 3rd
Centaur Theatre, 453 St. François-Xavier
Montreal, Quebec H2Y 2T1 Canada

History has taught us that wedding the notorious King Henry VIII usually proved fatal but in Kate Hennig’s re-imagined account of Catherine Parr, Henry’s sixth and last wife, not only did Henry meet his match in wit and negotiation, he gained a formidable ally worthy of ruling the country in his absence and more than equipped to prepare his heirs, male and female, to rule an empire. Hennig takes you behind the throne into a home not unlike that of any power family today.

Presented by the Centaur Theatre Company from February 12th to March 3rd, 2018.

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CAD $30 – CAD $44

The Last Wife

February 19, 2019 @ 8:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Performances from February 12th - March 3rd
Centaur Theatre, 453 St. François-Xavier
Montreal, Quebec H2Y 2T1 Canada

History has taught us that wedding the notorious King Henry VIII usually proved fatal but in Kate Hennig’s re-imagined account of Catherine Parr, Henry’s sixth and last wife, not only did Henry meet his match in wit and negotiation, he gained a formidable ally worthy of ruling the country in his absence and more than equipped to prepare his heirs, male and female, to rule an empire. Hennig takes you behind the throne into a home not unlike that of any power family today.

Presented by the Centaur Theatre Company from February 12th to March 3rd, 2018.

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CAD $30 – CAD $44

The Last Wife

February 20, 2019 @ 1:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Performances from February 12th - March 3rd
Centaur Theatre, 453 St. François-Xavier
Montreal, Quebec H2Y 2T1 Canada

History has taught us that wedding the notorious King Henry VIII usually proved fatal but in Kate Hennig’s re-imagined account of Catherine Parr, Henry’s sixth and last wife, not only did Henry meet his match in wit and negotiation, he gained a formidable ally worthy of ruling the country in his absence and more than equipped to prepare his heirs, male and female, to rule an empire. Hennig takes you behind the throne into a home not unlike that of any power family today.

Presented by the Centaur Theatre Company from February 12th to March 3rd, 2018.

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CAD $30 – CAD $44

The Last Wife

February 20, 2019 @ 8:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Performances from February 12th - March 3rd
Centaur Theatre, 453 St. François-Xavier
Montreal, Quebec H2Y 2T1 Canada

History has taught us that wedding the notorious King Henry VIII usually proved fatal but in Kate Hennig’s re-imagined account of Catherine Parr, Henry’s sixth and last wife, not only did Henry meet his match in wit and negotiation, he gained a formidable ally worthy of ruling the country in his absence and more than equipped to prepare his heirs, male and female, to rule an empire. Hennig takes you behind the throne into a home not unlike that of any power family today.

Presented by the Centaur Theatre Company from February 12th to March 3rd, 2018.

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CAD $30 – CAD $44

The Last Wife

February 21, 2019 @ 8:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Performances from February 12th - March 3rd
Centaur Theatre, 453 St. François-Xavier
Montreal, Quebec H2Y 2T1 Canada

History has taught us that wedding the notorious King Henry VIII usually proved fatal but in Kate Hennig’s re-imagined account of Catherine Parr, Henry’s sixth and last wife, not only did Henry meet his match in wit and negotiation, he gained a formidable ally worthy of ruling the country in his absence and more than equipped to prepare his heirs, male and female, to rule an empire. Hennig takes you behind the throne into a home not unlike that of any power family today.

Presented by the Centaur Theatre Company from February 12th to March 3rd, 2018.

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CAD $30 – CAD $44

The Last Wife

February 22, 2019 @ 8:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Performances from February 12th - March 3rd
Centaur Theatre, 453 St. François-Xavier
Montreal, Quebec H2Y 2T1 Canada

History has taught us that wedding the notorious King Henry VIII usually proved fatal but in Kate Hennig’s re-imagined account of Catherine Parr, Henry’s sixth and last wife, not only did Henry meet his match in wit and negotiation, he gained a formidable ally worthy of ruling the country in his absence and more than equipped to prepare his heirs, male and female, to rule an empire. Hennig takes you behind the throne into a home not unlike that of any power family today.

Presented by the Centaur Theatre Company from February 12th to March 3rd, 2018.

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CAD $30 – CAD $44

The Last Wife

February 23, 2019 @ 2:00 pm - 8:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Performances from February 12th - March 3rd
Centaur Theatre, 453 St. François-Xavier
Montreal, Quebec H2Y 2T1 Canada

History has taught us that wedding the notorious King Henry VIII usually proved fatal but in Kate Hennig’s re-imagined account of Catherine Parr, Henry’s sixth and last wife, not only did Henry meet his match in wit and negotiation, he gained a formidable ally worthy of ruling the country in his absence and more than equipped to prepare his heirs, male and female, to rule an empire. Hennig takes you behind the throne into a home not unlike that of any power family today.

Presented by the Centaur Theatre Company from February 12th to March 3rd, 2018.

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CAD $30 – CAD $44

The Last Wife

February 24, 2019 @ 2:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Performances from February 12th - March 3rd
Centaur Theatre, 453 St. François-Xavier
Montreal, Quebec H2Y 2T1 Canada

History has taught us that wedding the notorious King Henry VIII usually proved fatal but in Kate Hennig’s re-imagined account of Catherine Parr, Henry’s sixth and last wife, not only did Henry meet his match in wit and negotiation, he gained a formidable ally worthy of ruling the country in his absence and more than equipped to prepare his heirs, male and female, to rule an empire. Hennig takes you behind the throne into a home not unlike that of any power family today.

Presented by the Centaur Theatre Company from February 12th to March 3rd, 2018.

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CAD $30 – CAD $44

The Last Wife

February 26, 2019 @ 8:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Performances from February 12th - March 3rd
Centaur Theatre, 453 St. François-Xavier
Montreal, Quebec H2Y 2T1 Canada

History has taught us that wedding the notorious King Henry VIII usually proved fatal but in Kate Hennig’s re-imagined account of Catherine Parr, Henry’s sixth and last wife, not only did Henry meet his match in wit and negotiation, he gained a formidable ally worthy of ruling the country in his absence and more than equipped to prepare his heirs, male and female, to rule an empire. Hennig takes you behind the throne into a home not unlike that of any power family today.

Presented by the Centaur Theatre Company from February 12th to March 3rd, 2018.

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CAD $19 – CAD $27

How Black Mothers Say I Love You

February 27, 2019 @ 7:30 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Performances from February 27 - March 16
Centaur Theatre, 453 St. François-Xavier
Montreal, Quebec H2Y 2T1 Canada

Starting a better life in Canada is a dream for many immigrants, but for Daphne the decision presents an unthinkable sacrifice. This is a story of separation and reconciliation infused with a bold original score that blends gospel, reggae, and R&B with classical music. Playwright Trey Anthony, the first Black woman in Canada to have her own television series (da Kink in my Hair, based on the hit play of the same name), brings a new narrative to women’s issues and mother/daughter relationships.

A Montreal Premiere presented by Black Theatre Workshop from February 27 – March 16, 2019 at Centaur Theatre

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CAD $30 – CAD $44

The Last Wife

February 27, 2019 @ 8:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Performances from February 12th - March 3rd
Centaur Theatre, 453 St. François-Xavier
Montreal, Quebec H2Y 2T1 Canada

History has taught us that wedding the notorious King Henry VIII usually proved fatal but in Kate Hennig’s re-imagined account of Catherine Parr, Henry’s sixth and last wife, not only did Henry meet his match in wit and negotiation, he gained a formidable ally worthy of ruling the country in his absence and more than equipped to prepare his heirs, male and female, to rule an empire. Hennig takes you behind the throne into a home not unlike that of any power family today.

Presented by the Centaur Theatre Company from February 12th to March 3rd, 2018.

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CAD $19 – CAD $27

How Black Mothers Say I Love You

February 28, 2019 @ 7:30 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Performances from February 27 - March 16
Centaur Theatre, 453 St. François-Xavier
Montreal, Quebec H2Y 2T1 Canada

Starting a better life in Canada is a dream for many immigrants, but for Daphne the decision presents an unthinkable sacrifice. This is a story of separation and reconciliation infused with a bold original score that blends gospel, reggae, and R&B with classical music. Playwright Trey Anthony, the first Black woman in Canada to have her own television series (da Kink in my Hair, based on the hit play of the same name), brings a new narrative to women’s issues and mother/daughter relationships.

A Montreal Premiere presented by Black Theatre Workshop from February 27 – March 16, 2019 at Centaur Theatre

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CAD $30 – CAD $44

The Last Wife

February 28, 2019 @ 8:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Performances from February 12th - March 3rd
Centaur Theatre, 453 St. François-Xavier
Montreal, Quebec H2Y 2T1 Canada

History has taught us that wedding the notorious King Henry VIII usually proved fatal but in Kate Hennig’s re-imagined account of Catherine Parr, Henry’s sixth and last wife, not only did Henry meet his match in wit and negotiation, he gained a formidable ally worthy of ruling the country in his absence and more than equipped to prepare his heirs, male and female, to rule an empire. Hennig takes you behind the throne into a home not unlike that of any power family today.

Presented by the Centaur Theatre Company from February 12th to March 3rd, 2018.

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March 2019

CAD $19 – CAD $27

How Black Mothers Say I Love You

March 1, 2019 @ 7:30 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Performances from February 27 - March 16
Centaur Theatre, 453 St. François-Xavier
Montreal, Quebec H2Y 2T1 Canada

Starting a better life in Canada is a dream for many immigrants, but for Daphne the decision presents an unthinkable sacrifice. This is a story of separation and reconciliation infused with a bold original score that blends gospel, reggae, and R&B with classical music. Playwright Trey Anthony, the first Black woman in Canada to have her own television series (da Kink in my Hair, based on the hit play of the same name), brings a new narrative to women’s issues and mother/daughter relationships.

A Montreal Premiere presented by Black Theatre Workshop from February 27 – March 16, 2019 at Centaur Theatre

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CAD $30 – CAD $44

The Last Wife

March 1, 2019 @ 8:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Performances from February 12th - March 3rd
Centaur Theatre, 453 St. François-Xavier
Montreal, Quebec H2Y 2T1 Canada

History has taught us that wedding the notorious King Henry VIII usually proved fatal but in Kate Hennig’s re-imagined account of Catherine Parr, Henry’s sixth and last wife, not only did Henry meet his match in wit and negotiation, he gained a formidable ally worthy of ruling the country in his absence and more than equipped to prepare his heirs, male and female, to rule an empire. Hennig takes you behind the throne into a home not unlike that of any power family today.

Presented by the Centaur Theatre Company from February 12th to March 3rd, 2018.

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CAD $30 – CAD $44

The Last Wife

March 2, 2019 @ 2:00 pm - 8:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Performances from February 12th - March 3rd
Centaur Theatre, 453 St. François-Xavier
Montreal, Quebec H2Y 2T1 Canada

History has taught us that wedding the notorious King Henry VIII usually proved fatal but in Kate Hennig’s re-imagined account of Catherine Parr, Henry’s sixth and last wife, not only did Henry meet his match in wit and negotiation, he gained a formidable ally worthy of ruling the country in his absence and more than equipped to prepare his heirs, male and female, to rule an empire. Hennig takes you behind the throne into a home not unlike that of any power family today.

Presented by the Centaur Theatre Company from February 12th to March 3rd, 2018.

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CAD $19 – CAD $27

How Black Mothers Say I Love You

March 2, 2019 @ 2:30 pm - 7:30 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Performances from February 27 - March 16
Centaur Theatre, 453 St. François-Xavier
Montreal, Quebec H2Y 2T1 Canada

Starting a better life in Canada is a dream for many immigrants, but for Daphne the decision presents an unthinkable sacrifice. This is a story of separation and reconciliation infused with a bold original score that blends gospel, reggae, and R&B with classical music. Playwright Trey Anthony, the first Black woman in Canada to have her own television series (da Kink in my Hair, based on the hit play of the same name), brings a new narrative to women’s issues and mother/daughter relationships.

A Montreal Premiere presented by Black Theatre Workshop from February 27 – March 16, 2019 at Centaur Theatre

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CAD $30 – CAD $44

The Last Wife

March 3, 2019 @ 2:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Performances from February 12th - March 3rd
Centaur Theatre, 453 St. François-Xavier
Montreal, Quebec H2Y 2T1 Canada

History has taught us that wedding the notorious King Henry VIII usually proved fatal but in Kate Hennig’s re-imagined account of Catherine Parr, Henry’s sixth and last wife, not only did Henry meet his match in wit and negotiation, he gained a formidable ally worthy of ruling the country in his absence and more than equipped to prepare his heirs, male and female, to rule an empire. Hennig takes you behind the throne into a home not unlike that of any power family today.

Presented by the Centaur Theatre Company from February 12th to March 3rd, 2018.

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CAD $19 – CAD $27

How Black Mothers Say I Love You

March 3, 2019 @ 3:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Performances from February 27 - March 16
Centaur Theatre, 453 St. François-Xavier
Montreal, Quebec H2Y 2T1 Canada

Starting a better life in Canada is a dream for many immigrants, but for Daphne the decision presents an unthinkable sacrifice. This is a story of separation and reconciliation infused with a bold original score that blends gospel, reggae, and R&B with classical music. Playwright Trey Anthony, the first Black woman in Canada to have her own television series (da Kink in my Hair, based on the hit play of the same name), brings a new narrative to women’s issues and mother/daughter relationships.

A Montreal Premiere presented by Black Theatre Workshop from February 27 – March 16, 2019 at Centaur Theatre

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CAD $19 – CAD $27

How Black Mothers Say I Love You

March 5, 2019 @ 7:30 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Performances from February 27 - March 16
Centaur Theatre, 453 St. François-Xavier
Montreal, Quebec H2Y 2T1 Canada

Starting a better life in Canada is a dream for many immigrants, but for Daphne the decision presents an unthinkable sacrifice. This is a story of separation and reconciliation infused with a bold original score that blends gospel, reggae, and R&B with classical music. Playwright Trey Anthony, the first Black woman in Canada to have her own television series (da Kink in my Hair, based on the hit play of the same name), brings a new narrative to women’s issues and mother/daughter relationships.

A Montreal Premiere presented by Black Theatre Workshop from February 27 – March 16, 2019 at Centaur Theatre

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CAD $19 – CAD $27

How Black Mothers Say I Love You

March 6, 2019 @ 7:30 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Performances from February 27 - March 16
Centaur Theatre, 453 St. François-Xavier
Montreal, Quebec H2Y 2T1 Canada

Starting a better life in Canada is a dream for many immigrants, but for Daphne the decision presents an unthinkable sacrifice. This is a story of separation and reconciliation infused with a bold original score that blends gospel, reggae, and R&B with classical music. Playwright Trey Anthony, the first Black woman in Canada to have her own television series (da Kink in my Hair, based on the hit play of the same name), brings a new narrative to women’s issues and mother/daughter relationships.

A Montreal Premiere presented by Black Theatre Workshop from February 27 – March 16, 2019 at Centaur Theatre

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CAD $19 – CAD $27

How Black Mothers Say I Love You

March 7, 2019 @ 7:30 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Performances from February 27 - March 16
Centaur Theatre, 453 St. François-Xavier
Montreal, Quebec H2Y 2T1 Canada

Starting a better life in Canada is a dream for many immigrants, but for Daphne the decision presents an unthinkable sacrifice. This is a story of separation and reconciliation infused with a bold original score that blends gospel, reggae, and R&B with classical music. Playwright Trey Anthony, the first Black woman in Canada to have her own television series (da Kink in my Hair, based on the hit play of the same name), brings a new narrative to women’s issues and mother/daughter relationships.

A Montreal Premiere presented by Black Theatre Workshop from February 27 – March 16, 2019 at Centaur Theatre

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CAD $19 – CAD $27

How Black Mothers Say I Love You

March 8, 2019 @ 7:30 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Performances from February 27 - March 16
Centaur Theatre, 453 St. François-Xavier
Montreal, Quebec H2Y 2T1 Canada

Starting a better life in Canada is a dream for many immigrants, but for Daphne the decision presents an unthinkable sacrifice. This is a story of separation and reconciliation infused with a bold original score that blends gospel, reggae, and R&B with classical music. Playwright Trey Anthony, the first Black woman in Canada to have her own television series (da Kink in my Hair, based on the hit play of the same name), brings a new narrative to women’s issues and mother/daughter relationships.

A Montreal Premiere presented by Black Theatre Workshop from February 27 – March 16, 2019 at Centaur Theatre

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CAD $19 – CAD $27

How Black Mothers Say I Love You

March 9, 2019 @ 2:30 pm - 7:30 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Performances from February 27 - March 16
Centaur Theatre, 453 St. François-Xavier
Montreal, Quebec H2Y 2T1 Canada

Starting a better life in Canada is a dream for many immigrants, but for Daphne the decision presents an unthinkable sacrifice. This is a story of separation and reconciliation infused with a bold original score that blends gospel, reggae, and R&B with classical music. Playwright Trey Anthony, the first Black woman in Canada to have her own television series (da Kink in my Hair, based on the hit play of the same name), brings a new narrative to women’s issues and mother/daughter relationships.

A Montreal Premiere presented by Black Theatre Workshop from February 27 – March 16, 2019 at Centaur Theatre

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CAD $19 – CAD $27

How Black Mothers Say I Love You

March 10, 2019 @ 3:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Performances from February 27 - March 16
Centaur Theatre, 453 St. François-Xavier
Montreal, Quebec H2Y 2T1 Canada

Starting a better life in Canada is a dream for many immigrants, but for Daphne the decision presents an unthinkable sacrifice. This is a story of separation and reconciliation infused with a bold original score that blends gospel, reggae, and R&B with classical music. Playwright Trey Anthony, the first Black woman in Canada to have her own television series (da Kink in my Hair, based on the hit play of the same name), brings a new narrative to women’s issues and mother/daughter relationships.

A Montreal Premiere presented by Black Theatre Workshop from February 27 – March 16, 2019 at Centaur Theatre

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CAD $19 – CAD $27

How Black Mothers Say I Love You

March 12, 2019 @ 7:30 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Performances from February 27 - March 16
Centaur Theatre, 453 St. François-Xavier
Montreal, Quebec H2Y 2T1 Canada

Starting a better life in Canada is a dream for many immigrants, but for Daphne the decision presents an unthinkable sacrifice. This is a story of separation and reconciliation infused with a bold original score that blends gospel, reggae, and R&B with classical music. Playwright Trey Anthony, the first Black woman in Canada to have her own television series (da Kink in my Hair, based on the hit play of the same name), brings a new narrative to women’s issues and mother/daughter relationships.

A Montreal Premiere presented by Black Theatre Workshop from February 27 – March 16, 2019 at Centaur Theatre

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CAD $19 – CAD $27

How Black Mothers Say I Love You

March 13, 2019 @ 7:30 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Performances from February 27 - March 16
Centaur Theatre, 453 St. François-Xavier
Montreal, Quebec H2Y 2T1 Canada

Starting a better life in Canada is a dream for many immigrants, but for Daphne the decision presents an unthinkable sacrifice. This is a story of separation and reconciliation infused with a bold original score that blends gospel, reggae, and R&B with classical music. Playwright Trey Anthony, the first Black woman in Canada to have her own television series (da Kink in my Hair, based on the hit play of the same name), brings a new narrative to women’s issues and mother/daughter relationships.

A Montreal Premiere presented by Black Theatre Workshop from February 27 – March 16, 2019 at Centaur Theatre

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CAD $19 – CAD $27

How Black Mothers Say I Love You

March 14, 2019 @ 7:30 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Performances from February 27 - March 16
Centaur Theatre, 453 St. François-Xavier
Montreal, Quebec H2Y 2T1 Canada

Starting a better life in Canada is a dream for many immigrants, but for Daphne the decision presents an unthinkable sacrifice. This is a story of separation and reconciliation infused with a bold original score that blends gospel, reggae, and R&B with classical music. Playwright Trey Anthony, the first Black woman in Canada to have her own television series (da Kink in my Hair, based on the hit play of the same name), brings a new narrative to women’s issues and mother/daughter relationships.

A Montreal Premiere presented by Black Theatre Workshop from February 27 – March 16, 2019 at Centaur Theatre

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CAD $19 – CAD $27

How Black Mothers Say I Love You

March 15, 2019 @ 7:30 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Performances from February 27 - March 16
Centaur Theatre, 453 St. François-Xavier
Montreal, Quebec H2Y 2T1 Canada

Starting a better life in Canada is a dream for many immigrants, but for Daphne the decision presents an unthinkable sacrifice. This is a story of separation and reconciliation infused with a bold original score that blends gospel, reggae, and R&B with classical music. Playwright Trey Anthony, the first Black woman in Canada to have her own television series (da Kink in my Hair, based on the hit play of the same name), brings a new narrative to women’s issues and mother/daughter relationships.

A Montreal Premiere presented by Black Theatre Workshop from February 27 – March 16, 2019 at Centaur Theatre

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CAD $19 – CAD $27

How Black Mothers Say I Love You

March 16, 2019 @ 2:30 pm - 7:30 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Performances from February 27 - March 16
Centaur Theatre, 453 St. François-Xavier
Montreal, Quebec H2Y 2T1 Canada

Starting a better life in Canada is a dream for many immigrants, but for Daphne the decision presents an unthinkable sacrifice. This is a story of separation and reconciliation infused with a bold original score that blends gospel, reggae, and R&B with classical music. Playwright Trey Anthony, the first Black woman in Canada to have her own television series (da Kink in my Hair, based on the hit play of the same name), brings a new narrative to women’s issues and mother/daughter relationships.

A Montreal Premiere presented by Black Theatre Workshop from February 27 – March 16, 2019 at Centaur Theatre

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CAD $30 – CAD $49

The Shoplifters

March 19, 2019 @ 8:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Performances from March 19th - April 7th
Centaur Theatre, 453 St. François-Xavier
Montreal, Quebec H2Y 2T1 Canada

Two-time Governor General Award-winning playwright, Morris Panych, pulls out all the comedic stops in his hilarious examination of the effects of capitalist culture on the haves and have-nots. Alma, a feisty career shoplifter with serious street cred, spends her time helping her less fortunate neighbours, and sticking it to “the man”, by redistributing what she sees as undeserved corporate profit. Dom, a righteous crime fighting evangelist having a very busy first day on the job, catches Alma and her skittish sidekick, Phyllis, with a couple of rib steaks stuffed up their skirts. Otto, the world-weary head security guard is called in to interrogate but it soon becomes apparent that he has a more magnanimous opinion of Alma’s sticky fingers because, according to her, “Stealing isn’t always about taking things.”

Presented by the Centaur Theatre Company from March 19th to April 7th.

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CAD $30 – CAD $49

The Shoplifters

March 20, 2019 @ 8:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Performances from March 19th - April 7th
Centaur Theatre, 453 St. François-Xavier
Montreal, Quebec H2Y 2T1 Canada

Two-time Governor General Award-winning playwright, Morris Panych, pulls out all the comedic stops in his hilarious examination of the effects of capitalist culture on the haves and have-nots. Alma, a feisty career shoplifter with serious street cred, spends her time helping her less fortunate neighbours, and sticking it to “the man”, by redistributing what she sees as undeserved corporate profit. Dom, a righteous crime fighting evangelist having a very busy first day on the job, catches Alma and her skittish sidekick, Phyllis, with a couple of rib steaks stuffed up their skirts. Otto, the world-weary head security guard is called in to interrogate but it soon becomes apparent that he has a more magnanimous opinion of Alma’s sticky fingers because, according to her, “Stealing isn’t always about taking things.”

Presented by the Centaur Theatre Company from March 19th to April 7th.

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CAD $30 – CAD $49

The Shoplifters

March 21, 2019 @ 8:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Performances from March 19th - April 7th
Centaur Theatre, 453 St. François-Xavier
Montreal, Quebec H2Y 2T1 Canada

Two-time Governor General Award-winning playwright, Morris Panych, pulls out all the comedic stops in his hilarious examination of the effects of capitalist culture on the haves and have-nots. Alma, a feisty career shoplifter with serious street cred, spends her time helping her less fortunate neighbours, and sticking it to “the man”, by redistributing what she sees as undeserved corporate profit. Dom, a righteous crime fighting evangelist having a very busy first day on the job, catches Alma and her skittish sidekick, Phyllis, with a couple of rib steaks stuffed up their skirts. Otto, the world-weary head security guard is called in to interrogate but it soon becomes apparent that he has a more magnanimous opinion of Alma’s sticky fingers because, according to her, “Stealing isn’t always about taking things.”

Presented by the Centaur Theatre Company from March 19th to April 7th.

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CAD $30 – CAD $49

The Shoplifters

March 22, 2019 @ 8:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Performances from March 19th - April 7th
Centaur Theatre, 453 St. François-Xavier
Montreal, Quebec H2Y 2T1 Canada

Two-time Governor General Award-winning playwright, Morris Panych, pulls out all the comedic stops in his hilarious examination of the effects of capitalist culture on the haves and have-nots. Alma, a feisty career shoplifter with serious street cred, spends her time helping her less fortunate neighbours, and sticking it to “the man”, by redistributing what she sees as undeserved corporate profit. Dom, a righteous crime fighting evangelist having a very busy first day on the job, catches Alma and her skittish sidekick, Phyllis, with a couple of rib steaks stuffed up their skirts. Otto, the world-weary head security guard is called in to interrogate but it soon becomes apparent that he has a more magnanimous opinion of Alma’s sticky fingers because, according to her, “Stealing isn’t always about taking things.”

Presented by the Centaur Theatre Company from March 19th to April 7th.

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CAD $30 – CAD $49

The Shoplifters

March 23, 2019 @ 2:00 pm - 8:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Performances from March 19th - April 7th
Centaur Theatre, 453 St. François-Xavier
Montreal, Quebec H2Y 2T1 Canada

Two-time Governor General Award-winning playwright, Morris Panych, pulls out all the comedic stops in his hilarious examination of the effects of capitalist culture on the haves and have-nots. Alma, a feisty career shoplifter with serious street cred, spends her time helping her less fortunate neighbours, and sticking it to “the man”, by redistributing what she sees as undeserved corporate profit. Dom, a righteous crime fighting evangelist having a very busy first day on the job, catches Alma and her skittish sidekick, Phyllis, with a couple of rib steaks stuffed up their skirts. Otto, the world-weary head security guard is called in to interrogate but it soon becomes apparent that he has a more magnanimous opinion of Alma’s sticky fingers because, according to her, “Stealing isn’t always about taking things.”

Presented by the Centaur Theatre Company from March 19th to April 7th.

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Twenty-Seven

March 23, 2019 @ 7:30 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Performances from March 23 - 31
Centaur Theatre, 453 St. François-Xavier
Montreal, Quebec H2Y 2T1 Canada

In their Parisian salon at 27 rue de Fleurus, Gertrude Stein and Alice B. Toklas welcome the greatest artists of the era: Hemingway, Picasso, Matisse, Fitzgerald. The context of the two World Wars will alter the quick wit and sense of mischief that was part of the famous couple’s daily life.

An irresistible recreation of the famous Parisian salon. A perfect opportunity to applaud our emerging artists. An opera that is not to be missed!

Presented by the Opéra de Montréal from March 23rd-31st at Centaur Theatre.

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CAD $30 – CAD $49

The Shoplifters

March 24, 2019 @ 2:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Performances from March 19th - April 7th
Centaur Theatre, 453 St. François-Xavier
Montreal, Quebec H2Y 2T1 Canada

Two-time Governor General Award-winning playwright, Morris Panych, pulls out all the comedic stops in his hilarious examination of the effects of capitalist culture on the haves and have-nots. Alma, a feisty career shoplifter with serious street cred, spends her time helping her less fortunate neighbours, and sticking it to “the man”, by redistributing what she sees as undeserved corporate profit. Dom, a righteous crime fighting evangelist having a very busy first day on the job, catches Alma and her skittish sidekick, Phyllis, with a couple of rib steaks stuffed up their skirts. Otto, the world-weary head security guard is called in to interrogate but it soon becomes apparent that he has a more magnanimous opinion of Alma’s sticky fingers because, according to her, “Stealing isn’t always about taking things.”

Presented by the Centaur Theatre Company from March 19th to April 7th.

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Twenty-Seven

March 24, 2019 @ 2:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Performances from March 23 - 31
Centaur Theatre, 453 St. François-Xavier
Montreal, Quebec H2Y 2T1 Canada

In their Parisian salon at 27 rue de Fleurus, Gertrude Stein and Alice B. Toklas welcome the greatest artists of the era: Hemingway, Picasso, Matisse, Fitzgerald. The context of the two World Wars will alter the quick wit and sense of mischief that was part of the famous couple’s daily life.

An irresistible recreation of the famous Parisian salon. A perfect opportunity to applaud our emerging artists. An opera that is not to be missed!

Presented by the Opéra de Montréal from March 23rd-31st at Centaur Theatre.

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Twenty-Seven

March 26, 2019 @ 7:30 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Performances from March 23 - 31
Centaur Theatre, 453 St. François-Xavier
Montreal, Quebec H2Y 2T1 Canada

In their Parisian salon at 27 rue de Fleurus, Gertrude Stein and Alice B. Toklas welcome the greatest artists of the era: Hemingway, Picasso, Matisse, Fitzgerald. The context of the two World Wars will alter the quick wit and sense of mischief that was part of the famous couple’s daily life.

An irresistible recreation of the famous Parisian salon. A perfect opportunity to applaud our emerging artists. An opera that is not to be missed!

Presented by the Opéra de Montréal from March 23rd-31st at Centaur Theatre.

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CAD $30 – CAD $49

The Shoplifters

March 26, 2019 @ 8:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Performances from March 19th - April 7th
Centaur Theatre, 453 St. François-Xavier
Montreal, Quebec H2Y 2T1 Canada

Two-time Governor General Award-winning playwright, Morris Panych, pulls out all the comedic stops in his hilarious examination of the effects of capitalist culture on the haves and have-nots. Alma, a feisty career shoplifter with serious street cred, spends her time helping her less fortunate neighbours, and sticking it to “the man”, by redistributing what she sees as undeserved corporate profit. Dom, a righteous crime fighting evangelist having a very busy first day on the job, catches Alma and her skittish sidekick, Phyllis, with a couple of rib steaks stuffed up their skirts. Otto, the world-weary head security guard is called in to interrogate but it soon becomes apparent that he has a more magnanimous opinion of Alma’s sticky fingers because, according to her, “Stealing isn’t always about taking things.”

Presented by the Centaur Theatre Company from March 19th to April 7th.

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CAD $30 – CAD $49

The Shoplifters

March 27, 2019 @ 1:00 pm - 8:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Performances from March 19th - April 7th
Centaur Theatre, 453 St. François-Xavier
Montreal, Quebec H2Y 2T1 Canada

Two-time Governor General Award-winning playwright, Morris Panych, pulls out all the comedic stops in his hilarious examination of the effects of capitalist culture on the haves and have-nots. Alma, a feisty career shoplifter with serious street cred, spends her time helping her less fortunate neighbours, and sticking it to “the man”, by redistributing what she sees as undeserved corporate profit. Dom, a righteous crime fighting evangelist having a very busy first day on the job, catches Alma and her skittish sidekick, Phyllis, with a couple of rib steaks stuffed up their skirts. Otto, the world-weary head security guard is called in to interrogate but it soon becomes apparent that he has a more magnanimous opinion of Alma’s sticky fingers because, according to her, “Stealing isn’t always about taking things.”

Presented by the Centaur Theatre Company from March 19th to April 7th.

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Twenty-Seven

March 28, 2019 @ 7:30 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Performances from March 23 - 31
Centaur Theatre, 453 St. François-Xavier
Montreal, Quebec H2Y 2T1 Canada

In their Parisian salon at 27 rue de Fleurus, Gertrude Stein and Alice B. Toklas welcome the greatest artists of the era: Hemingway, Picasso, Matisse, Fitzgerald. The context of the two World Wars will alter the quick wit and sense of mischief that was part of the famous couple’s daily life.

An irresistible recreation of the famous Parisian salon. A perfect opportunity to applaud our emerging artists. An opera that is not to be missed!

Presented by the Opéra de Montréal from March 23rd-31st at Centaur Theatre.

Find out more »
CAD $30 – CAD $49

The Shoplifters

March 28, 2019 @ 8:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Performances from March 19th - April 7th
Centaur Theatre, 453 St. François-Xavier
Montreal, Quebec H2Y 2T1 Canada

Two-time Governor General Award-winning playwright, Morris Panych, pulls out all the comedic stops in his hilarious examination of the effects of capitalist culture on the haves and have-nots. Alma, a feisty career shoplifter with serious street cred, spends her time helping her less fortunate neighbours, and sticking it to “the man”, by redistributing what she sees as undeserved corporate profit. Dom, a righteous crime fighting evangelist having a very busy first day on the job, catches Alma and her skittish sidekick, Phyllis, with a couple of rib steaks stuffed up their skirts. Otto, the world-weary head security guard is called in to interrogate but it soon becomes apparent that he has a more magnanimous opinion of Alma’s sticky fingers because, according to her, “Stealing isn’t always about taking things.”

Presented by the Centaur Theatre Company from March 19th to April 7th.

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CAD $30 – CAD $49

The Shoplifters

March 29, 2019 @ 8:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Performances from March 19th - April 7th
Centaur Theatre, 453 St. François-Xavier
Montreal, Quebec H2Y 2T1 Canada

Two-time Governor General Award-winning playwright, Morris Panych, pulls out all the comedic stops in his hilarious examination of the effects of capitalist culture on the haves and have-nots. Alma, a feisty career shoplifter with serious street cred, spends her time helping her less fortunate neighbours, and sticking it to “the man”, by redistributing what she sees as undeserved corporate profit. Dom, a righteous crime fighting evangelist having a very busy first day on the job, catches Alma and her skittish sidekick, Phyllis, with a couple of rib steaks stuffed up their skirts. Otto, the world-weary head security guard is called in to interrogate but it soon becomes apparent that he has a more magnanimous opinion of Alma’s sticky fingers because, according to her, “Stealing isn’t always about taking things.”

Presented by the Centaur Theatre Company from March 19th to April 7th.

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CAD $30 – CAD $49

The Shoplifters

March 30, 2019 @ 2:00 pm - 8:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Performances from March 19th - April 7th
Centaur Theatre, 453 St. François-Xavier
Montreal, Quebec H2Y 2T1 Canada

Two-time Governor General Award-winning playwright, Morris Panych, pulls out all the comedic stops in his hilarious examination of the effects of capitalist culture on the haves and have-nots. Alma, a feisty career shoplifter with serious street cred, spends her time helping her less fortunate neighbours, and sticking it to “the man”, by redistributing what she sees as undeserved corporate profit. Dom, a righteous crime fighting evangelist having a very busy first day on the job, catches Alma and her skittish sidekick, Phyllis, with a couple of rib steaks stuffed up their skirts. Otto, the world-weary head security guard is called in to interrogate but it soon becomes apparent that he has a more magnanimous opinion of Alma’s sticky fingers because, according to her, “Stealing isn’t always about taking things.”

Presented by the Centaur Theatre Company from March 19th to April 7th.

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Twenty-Seven

March 30, 2019 @ 7:30 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Performances from March 23 - 31
Centaur Theatre, 453 St. François-Xavier
Montreal, Quebec H2Y 2T1 Canada

In their Parisian salon at 27 rue de Fleurus, Gertrude Stein and Alice B. Toklas welcome the greatest artists of the era: Hemingway, Picasso, Matisse, Fitzgerald. The context of the two World Wars will alter the quick wit and sense of mischief that was part of the famous couple’s daily life.

An irresistible recreation of the famous Parisian salon. A perfect opportunity to applaud our emerging artists. An opera that is not to be missed!

Presented by the Opéra de Montréal from March 23rd-31st at Centaur Theatre.

Find out more »
CAD $30 – CAD $49

The Shoplifters

March 31, 2019 @ 2:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Performances from March 19th - April 7th
Centaur Theatre, 453 St. François-Xavier
Montreal, Quebec H2Y 2T1 Canada

Two-time Governor General Award-winning playwright, Morris Panych, pulls out all the comedic stops in his hilarious examination of the effects of capitalist culture on the haves and have-nots. Alma, a feisty career shoplifter with serious street cred, spends her time helping her less fortunate neighbours, and sticking it to “the man”, by redistributing what she sees as undeserved corporate profit. Dom, a righteous crime fighting evangelist having a very busy first day on the job, catches Alma and her skittish sidekick, Phyllis, with a couple of rib steaks stuffed up their skirts. Otto, the world-weary head security guard is called in to interrogate but it soon becomes apparent that he has a more magnanimous opinion of Alma’s sticky fingers because, according to her, “Stealing isn’t always about taking things.”

Presented by the Centaur Theatre Company from March 19th to April 7th.

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Twenty-Seven

March 31, 2019 @ 2:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Performances from March 23 - 31
Centaur Theatre, 453 St. François-Xavier
Montreal, Quebec H2Y 2T1 Canada

In their Parisian salon at 27 rue de Fleurus, Gertrude Stein and Alice B. Toklas welcome the greatest artists of the era: Hemingway, Picasso, Matisse, Fitzgerald. The context of the two World Wars will alter the quick wit and sense of mischief that was part of the famous couple’s daily life.

An irresistible recreation of the famous Parisian salon. A perfect opportunity to applaud our emerging artists. An opera that is not to be missed!

Presented by the Opéra de Montréal from March 23rd-31st at Centaur Theatre.

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April 2019

CAD $30 – CAD $49

The Shoplifters

April 2, 2019 @ 8:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Performances from March 19th - April 7th
Centaur Theatre, 453 St. François-Xavier
Montreal, Quebec H2Y 2T1 Canada

Two-time Governor General Award-winning playwright, Morris Panych, pulls out all the comedic stops in his hilarious examination of the effects of capitalist culture on the haves and have-nots. Alma, a feisty career shoplifter with serious street cred, spends her time helping her less fortunate neighbours, and sticking it to “the man”, by redistributing what she sees as undeserved corporate profit. Dom, a righteous crime fighting evangelist having a very busy first day on the job, catches Alma and her skittish sidekick, Phyllis, with a couple of rib steaks stuffed up their skirts. Otto, the world-weary head security guard is called in to interrogate but it soon becomes apparent that he has a more magnanimous opinion of Alma’s sticky fingers because, according to her, “Stealing isn’t always about taking things.”

Presented by the Centaur Theatre Company from March 19th to April 7th.

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CAD $30 – CAD $49

The Shoplifters

April 3, 2019 @ 8:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Performances from March 19th - April 7th
Centaur Theatre, 453 St. François-Xavier
Montreal, Quebec H2Y 2T1 Canada

Two-time Governor General Award-winning playwright, Morris Panych, pulls out all the comedic stops in his hilarious examination of the effects of capitalist culture on the haves and have-nots. Alma, a feisty career shoplifter with serious street cred, spends her time helping her less fortunate neighbours, and sticking it to “the man”, by redistributing what she sees as undeserved corporate profit. Dom, a righteous crime fighting evangelist having a very busy first day on the job, catches Alma and her skittish sidekick, Phyllis, with a couple of rib steaks stuffed up their skirts. Otto, the world-weary head security guard is called in to interrogate but it soon becomes apparent that he has a more magnanimous opinion of Alma’s sticky fingers because, according to her, “Stealing isn’t always about taking things.”

Presented by the Centaur Theatre Company from March 19th to April 7th.

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CAD $30 – CAD $49

The Shoplifters

April 4, 2019 @ 8:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Performances from March 19th - April 7th
Centaur Theatre, 453 St. François-Xavier
Montreal, Quebec H2Y 2T1 Canada

Two-time Governor General Award-winning playwright, Morris Panych, pulls out all the comedic stops in his hilarious examination of the effects of capitalist culture on the haves and have-nots. Alma, a feisty career shoplifter with serious street cred, spends her time helping her less fortunate neighbours, and sticking it to “the man”, by redistributing what she sees as undeserved corporate profit. Dom, a righteous crime fighting evangelist having a very busy first day on the job, catches Alma and her skittish sidekick, Phyllis, with a couple of rib steaks stuffed up their skirts. Otto, the world-weary head security guard is called in to interrogate but it soon becomes apparent that he has a more magnanimous opinion of Alma’s sticky fingers because, according to her, “Stealing isn’t always about taking things.”

Presented by the Centaur Theatre Company from March 19th to April 7th.

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CAD $30 – CAD $49

The Shoplifters

April 5, 2019 @ 8:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Performances from March 19th - April 7th
Centaur Theatre, 453 St. François-Xavier
Montreal, Quebec H2Y 2T1 Canada

Two-time Governor General Award-winning playwright, Morris Panych, pulls out all the comedic stops in his hilarious examination of the effects of capitalist culture on the haves and have-nots. Alma, a feisty career shoplifter with serious street cred, spends her time helping her less fortunate neighbours, and sticking it to “the man”, by redistributing what she sees as undeserved corporate profit. Dom, a righteous crime fighting evangelist having a very busy first day on the job, catches Alma and her skittish sidekick, Phyllis, with a couple of rib steaks stuffed up their skirts. Otto, the world-weary head security guard is called in to interrogate but it soon becomes apparent that he has a more magnanimous opinion of Alma’s sticky fingers because, according to her, “Stealing isn’t always about taking things.”

Presented by the Centaur Theatre Company from March 19th to April 7th.

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CAD $30 – CAD $49

The Shoplifters

April 6, 2019 @ 2:00 pm - 8:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Performances from March 19th - April 7th
Centaur Theatre, 453 St. François-Xavier
Montreal, Quebec H2Y 2T1 Canada

Two-time Governor General Award-winning playwright, Morris Panych, pulls out all the comedic stops in his hilarious examination of the effects of capitalist culture on the haves and have-nots. Alma, a feisty career shoplifter with serious street cred, spends her time helping her less fortunate neighbours, and sticking it to “the man”, by redistributing what she sees as undeserved corporate profit. Dom, a righteous crime fighting evangelist having a very busy first day on the job, catches Alma and her skittish sidekick, Phyllis, with a couple of rib steaks stuffed up their skirts. Otto, the world-weary head security guard is called in to interrogate but it soon becomes apparent that he has a more magnanimous opinion of Alma’s sticky fingers because, according to her, “Stealing isn’t always about taking things.”

Presented by the Centaur Theatre Company from March 19th to April 7th.

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CAD $30 – CAD $49

The Shoplifters

April 7, 2019 @ 2:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Performances from March 19th - April 7th
Centaur Theatre, 453 St. François-Xavier
Montreal, Quebec H2Y 2T1 Canada

Two-time Governor General Award-winning playwright, Morris Panych, pulls out all the comedic stops in his hilarious examination of the effects of capitalist culture on the haves and have-nots. Alma, a feisty career shoplifter with serious street cred, spends her time helping her less fortunate neighbours, and sticking it to “the man”, by redistributing what she sees as undeserved corporate profit. Dom, a righteous crime fighting evangelist having a very busy first day on the job, catches Alma and her skittish sidekick, Phyllis, with a couple of rib steaks stuffed up their skirts. Otto, the world-weary head security guard is called in to interrogate but it soon becomes apparent that he has a more magnanimous opinion of Alma’s sticky fingers because, according to her, “Stealing isn’t always about taking things.”

Presented by the Centaur Theatre Company from March 19th to April 7th.

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CAD $30 – CAD $44

Blind Date

April 9, 2019 @ 8:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Performances from April 9th - 28th
Centaur Theatre, 453 St. François-Xavier
Montreal, Quebec H2Y 2T1 Canada

There’s nothing like the thrill of a first date ... anything can happen! To close the Centaur's 50th Season with love and laughter, we bring you the Dora Award-winning master of improv, Rebecca Northan, and the smash-hit that has been wowing audiences since 2008. You'll experience all the exhilaration and excitement of new love as, each night, a willing audience member is invited on stage for a blind date.

Presented by Centaur Theatre from April 9th to 28th.

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CAD $30 – CAD $44

Blind Date

April 10, 2019 @ 8:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Performances from April 9th - 28th
Centaur Theatre, 453 St. François-Xavier
Montreal, Quebec H2Y 2T1 Canada

There’s nothing like the thrill of a first date ... anything can happen! To close the Centaur's 50th Season with love and laughter, we bring you the Dora Award-winning master of improv, Rebecca Northan, and the smash-hit that has been wowing audiences since 2008. You'll experience all the exhilaration and excitement of new love as, each night, a willing audience member is invited on stage for a blind date.

Presented by Centaur Theatre from April 9th to 28th.

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CAD $30 – CAD $44

Blind Date

April 11, 2019 @ 8:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Performances from April 9th - 28th
Centaur Theatre, 453 St. François-Xavier
Montreal, Quebec H2Y 2T1 Canada

There’s nothing like the thrill of a first date ... anything can happen! To close the Centaur's 50th Season with love and laughter, we bring you the Dora Award-winning master of improv, Rebecca Northan, and the smash-hit that has been wowing audiences since 2008. You'll experience all the exhilaration and excitement of new love as, each night, a willing audience member is invited on stage for a blind date.

Presented by Centaur Theatre from April 9th to 28th.

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CAD $30 – CAD $44

Blind Date

April 12, 2019 @ 8:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Performances from April 9th - 28th
Centaur Theatre, 453 St. François-Xavier
Montreal, Quebec H2Y 2T1 Canada

There’s nothing like the thrill of a first date ... anything can happen! To close the Centaur's 50th Season with love and laughter, we bring you the Dora Award-winning master of improv, Rebecca Northan, and the smash-hit that has been wowing audiences since 2008. You'll experience all the exhilaration and excitement of new love as, each night, a willing audience member is invited on stage for a blind date.

Presented by Centaur Theatre from April 9th to 28th.

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CAD $30 – CAD $44

Blind Date

April 13, 2019 @ 2:00 pm - 8:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)
Performances from April 9th - 28th
Centaur Theatre, 453 St. François-Xavier
Montreal, Quebec H2Y 2T1 Canada

There’s nothing like the thrill of a first date ... anything can happen! To close the Centaur's 50th Season with love and laughter, we bring you the Dora Award-winning master of improv, Rebecca Northan, and the smash-hit that has been wowing audiences since 2008. You'll experience all the exhilaration and excitement of new love as, each night, a willing audience member is invited on stage for a blind date.

Presented by Centaur Theatre from April 9th to 28th.

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