What’s On This Weekend (September 23-25)


These are the selection of shows happening in Montreal throughout this weekend of September 23rd-25th, 2016:

  • Leila’s Death presented by Ali Chahrour is a ceremony of death brought to life by a mourner, a dancer and live musicians in a work that questions the relationship between the body and religion. Playing for two nights only (Friday and Saturday) at the MAI. TICKETS ($17-25)
  • My Name is Asher Lev by Aaron Posner tells the powerful and moving story of a young Hasidic man divided by his art and his religion and it continues at the Segal Centre for the Performing Arts until October 2nd. TICKETS ($24-60)
  • Damn Those Wedding Bells, the feel-good comedy by Tony Calabretta, is presented by Pellegrini Productions and it finishes its run at the Leonardo da Vinci Centre this Sunday the 25th. TICKETS ($40-50)
  • Friends by Kobo Abe is A Kafkaesque nightmare about a family that physically intervenes to save a man from his loneliness. Presented by the Professional Theatre Program of Dawson College until Saturday the 24th. TICKETS (PWYC)
  • A Shtetl Wedding is a special two-night-only concert revival of one of The Dora Wasserman Yiddish Theatre’s most popular productions at the Segal Centre Studio. SOLD OUT.

To see the full list of shows, check out our What’s On Calendar!

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