Montreal Theatre: What’s On This Weekend (March 10th – 12th)

Our selection of shows playing on stages across town this weekend!


  • You Will Remember Me makes its Quebec English language premiere at the Centaur Theatre (453 St. François-Xavier). A vivid and elegant drama of a modern family struggling to make room in their lives for their aging patriarch  – a university professor, political and intellectual force, and long-time sovereigntist – suffering from dementia. Buy tickets online ($28 – 51)
  • Kim’s Convenience presented by Soulpepper Productions runs at the Segal Centre for Performing Arts (5170 Côte-Ste-Catherine). The most celebrated Canadian comedy in recent history – now also a hit CBC TV series – presents the humorous and poignant story of a Korean-Canadian family and their convenience store in modern day Toronto. Buy tickets online ($25 – 60)


  • Honesty Rents by the Hour presented by Infinithéâtre opens Friday March 10th at the Rialto Infinite Studio (5711 ave. du Parc, 3rd floor). Three strangers meet at a cheap motel room in Montréal, but what was supposed to be a night of casual sex quickly turns into a confrontation of identity, sexuality, religion, desire and prejudice. Buy tickets online ($12 – 25)
  • Seven presented by Moving Forward Productions plays until Saturday at Le Y des femmes de Montreal (1355 boul. René-Lévesque Ouest). A staged reading of a riveting piece of documentary theatre telling the true stories of seven women who bravely fought for the well-being of women, families, and children around the globe. Buy tickets online ($10 – 20)
  • Adoration presented by Tantalus Montreal ends its run on Sunday, March 12th 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 ends its run on Saturday, March 11th 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)
  • The Hands of its Enemy presented by the Professional Theatre Program of Dawson College also closes on March 11th at the New Dome Theatre (2000 Atwater St.) An obstinate theatre writer begins rehearsals of her new play, with a hotheaded director who did not take the time to read the script. In this work, author Mark Medoff sheds light on the unique nature of the collaborative process as it transpires at a university resident theatre. (Admission is pay-what-you-can)

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