Review: “Leila’s Death” a requiem for the lost art of mourning

September 24, 2016

Created, directed, and choreographed by young Lebanese multidisciplinary artist Ali Chahrour, Leila’s Death is a relevant contemporary work of word, music, and movement that explores and exposes the perishing rituals, customs, and idiosyncrasies of a fascinating Middle Eastern culture of […]

Review: “A Song of Fiction: A New Musical”

September 15, 2016

The 8th Edition of CETM’s Next Wave – Canada’s Festival for New Musical Theatre kicked off this Wednesday, September 14th with the world premiere of A SONG OF FICTION – A New Musical presented by Kaleidoscope Theatre Montreal. […]

Review: “The Producers” at the Segal Centre

June 28, 2016

The renowned Dora Wasserman Yiddish Theatre (DWYT) and the META award-winning Côte Saint-Luc Dramatic Society (CSLDS) have joined forces for the first time to present a compulsively entertaining theatrical production of comic veteran Mel Brooks’ ’68 cult film, ’01 […]

Review: Segal Centre’s “Bad Jews”

May 11, 2016

What aspects of our cultural heritage do we hang onto as we come of age and which traditions do we let go of as older generations pass away? In Bad Jews by Joshua Harmon, directed […]

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