What’s On this Weekend (April 22nd – 23rd)


Image courtesy of the Segal Centre

Million Dollar Quarter begins performances this Sunday, April 23rd at the Segal Centre for Performing Arts. Featuring some of the 1950’s most beloved hits, this Tony Award-winning Broadway musical recounts the moment Sam Phillips, the “Father of Rock ‘n’ Roll,” brought together four music giants – Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis, Carl Perkins, and Elvis Presley – for one of the greatest impromptu recording sessions ever.

Tickets ($32 – 72) available at www.segalcentre.org | 514-739-7944

  • RELATED: On Saturday at 8pm the Segal hosts yet another edition of Broadway Café, its popular open mic series for musical theatre lovers! Then, on Sunday at 11am, check out the pre-show lecture series Sunday with the Segal in discussion of Million Dollar Quartet.

The Book of Mormon ends its limited engagement run at Place this Arts this Sunday the 23rd. The North American touring company of the hit Broadway musical returns to Montreal! This high-energy production from the creators of ‘South Park’ tells the satirical story of a pair of mismatched Mormon missionaries who are sent to Africa to convert citizens to their religion. Read our review of the show here

Tickets ($43 – 135) available at www.evenko.ca & www.placedesarts.com | 1 866 842-2112

  • RELATED: On Sunday, April 23rd at 9:30am, Quatrième Mur is hosting a dance workshop with Book of Mormon cast member CJ Pawlikowski at the Segal Centre! Places still available – see full details here.

Image Courtesy of the Centaur Theatre

Clybourne Park continues its run at the Centaur Theatre, with performances on both Saturday and Sunday. A spin-off of Lorraine Hansberry’s seminal play ‘A Raisin in the Sun’, Bruce Norris’ award-winning satire explores the politics of race, gentrification, and territoriality. Read our review of the show here

Tickets ($28 – 51) available at www.centaurtheatre.com | (514) 288-3161

The Shadow Box presented by d2 productions heads into its first weekend of performances at the MainLine Theatre. Set in a pastoral hospice, this poignant Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award-winning play examines questions not only of death and loss, but also of love, identity, and each person’s place in the world. Read our review of the show here.

Tickets ($12 – 15) available at www.mainlinetheatre.ca | (514) 849-3378

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