Theatre News: August 6 – August 12

Local News A look a the relationship between the National Theatre School in Montreal and the Shaw and Stratford Festivals in Ontario. See any familiar names or faces? (via the Montreal Gazette) *** Check in with Arts Alive! Quebec, a touring initiative by QDF Member ELAN, which has reached its halfway point. The festival has … Continue reading Theatre News: August 6 – August 12

Theatre News: July 30 – August 5

Local News Looking for directors for your board of directors? The Conseil des arts Montreal has an exciting program that pairs up your organization with potential board directors. The deadline to apply for the next session is September 4th so get organized and take advantage of this great resource early! (via CAM) *** Check out … Continue reading Theatre News: July 30 – August 5

Behind the Curtain: CABAL’s Anthony Kennedy and the Tragic Queens

By Caleigh Crow “We're not trying to be rebellious or provocative for the sake of it,” Anthony Kennedy says, “this is just what makes sense to us.” Anthony Kennedy is the director and one of six founders of CABAL Theatre, one of Montreal’s newest independent theatre companies, whose upcoming production, Tragic Queens, is a collectively … Continue reading Behind the Curtain: CABAL’s Anthony Kennedy and the Tragic Queens

Theatre News: July 23 – July 29

Local News CAM wants your opinion!Help guide the Conseil des Arts Montreal's future values by answering a few questions. 'Nuff said. (via ELAN) *** The National Theatre School is accepting applications for their Artistic Leadership Residency. They're looking for artistic leaders for a one year intensive residency that will prepare the selected candidate for life … Continue reading Theatre News: July 23 – July 29

Repercussion Theatre’s Shakespeare in the Park is back with Much Ado About Nothing

Here's a sneak-peek into the Bard's beloved rom-com Much Ado About Nothing. The show will tour Montreal parks from July 13 - August 15. More detailed schedule and ticketing information available here. If you're a fan of biting repartee, this is one of Shakespeare's most witty plays. Here's one of my favourite scenes from the … Continue reading Repercussion Theatre’s Shakespeare in the Park is back with Much Ado About Nothing