Montreal Theatre: What’s On This Weekend (March 3rd – 5th)

Read our roundup of what's playing on stages across town this weekend!


  • Fancy Nancy, the Musical presented by the Côte Saint-Luc Dramatic Society ends its run at the Segal Centre for Performing Arts (5170 Côte-Ste-Catherine) on Sunday, March 5th. Based on the popular Fancy Nancy children’s book series by Jane O’Connor, this delightful new musical follows Nancy and her friends as they prepare to perform in their very first show. For audiences 3-9 years old. Buy tickets online ($25 – 30)
  • Adoration presented by Tantalus Montreal premieres at Studio Porte Bleue (3035 St. Antoine Ouest, Suite 378). Two former violinists reconnect after their mentor’s suicide in this non-linear play about how music simultaneously hurts and heals its makers. Reserve tickets at ($12 – 15)


  • Ruddigore presented by the Lakeshore Light Opera begins performances on Friday, March 3rd at Lakeside Academy (5050 Rue Sherbrooke, Lachine). classic comedic Gilbert and Sullivan operetta where the good become bad, bad become good, and heroes take the easy way out. Buy tickets online ($15 – 28)
  • Bringing Back Broadway presented by Full Circle Productions plays at Congregation Beth Tikvah (136 Westpark Boulevard, Dollard-des-Ormeaux)A musical revue featuring a cast of 27 Montreal singers and children performing the best of musical theatre. “If you can’t go to Broadway, let us bring Broadway to you!” Buy tickets online ($20 – 60)


  • Unity (1918) presented by the Professional Theatre Program of Dawson College closes on Saturday, March 4th at the New Dome Theatre (2000 Atwater St.) Kevin Kerr’s play tells a story of loss and courage in an intensely human and darkly comic saga that provides a glimpse into a forgotten moment in Canadian history. (Admission is pay-what-you-can)
  • Lear & Exit the King presented by the National Theatre School also ends its run on Saturday at Monument-National (1182, Blvd. St-Laurent). Brendan Healy directs the Graduating class of 2017 in “Lear & Exit the King”, a double bill featuring works by Young Jean Lee and Eugene Ionesco.  (Admission is pay-what-you-can)

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