Theatre News: June 25 – July 1

Local News The beloved Dora Wasserman Yiddish Theatre (DWYT) company, although bruised by budget cuts, will still be producing works for another year, but no main stage productions. Being a resident company at the Segal for many years, they hope to be able to continue producing musicals in their future and continue growing and exposing Jewish culture … Continue reading Theatre News: June 25 – July 1

Theatre News: June 17 – 23

Local News   Call for applications: 9 Internships in recognized art organizations thanks to démART-Mtl By: Conseil des Arts de Montreal Application deadline: October 13, 2017 From January to July 2018, démART-Mtl will enable 9 Montreal art organizations to enrol culturally diverse, newly arrived or first-generation professional artists into a paid internship. The goal of … Continue reading Theatre News: June 17 – 23

#fringebuzz wth Martin Law’s Odd, Offbeat, and Outlandish The Thrill of the Chaise 

by Caleigh Crow “I think I wrote the play in a coffee and ramen state in University,” says Martin Law, “I was probably just trying to escape being a University student but also imagining the bizarreness of what consciousness would be like in any other object. So, I put fully human emotions into chairs and … Continue reading #fringebuzz wth Martin Law’s Odd, Offbeat, and Outlandish The Thrill of the Chaise 

Fringe Buzzing with the team of La Troupe des Îles du Vent Moorea: Les Créanciers

By : Max Mehran This next article will be written in French as the team I interviewed came all the way from France to share with our Fringe Audience their critically acclaimed piece, Les Créanciers. I met with  Frédéric Fage (director/producer), Maroussia Henrich (actor/Tekla), Benjamin Lhommas (actor/Gustave), and Colombe Villaume (dancer). Around a table at Starbucks, … Continue reading Fringe Buzzing with the team of La Troupe des Îles du Vent Moorea: Les Créanciers