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Medhi Walerski has given up a commission for next season after widespread criticism that the program for which he was hired would not feature any women
It’s the Canadian premiere of Champion, about real-life boxer Emile Griffith, who killed an opponent in the ring in 1962.
Lynn Kozak’s Happy Hour Homer is part of her ongoing research into how Homer’s epics would have been made digestible for their first live audiences
Bare-bones play poses uncomfortable questions on utility’s purpose and policies.
The new $54-million complex, Le Diamant, will offer a venue and incubator for Canadian and international theatre-related art
Opera opening in Montreal creates a fictional dream world from the night before John F. Kennedy's assassination
After a fond farewell to former artistic director Gradimir Pankov, Ivan Cavallari takes the reins at the venerable Montreal troupe – and he's wasting no time veering company in a new …
At MAC exhibition, Clara Furey pays tribute to one of Canada’s most famous voices in silence
A rival event is being debated as the creator of the popular comedy juggernaut is toppled by sexual-misconduct allegations
Chouinard transforms Hieronymus Bosch’s The Garden of Earthly Delights in a three-act work
Runaway Girl is about the persistence of memory while 7 Pleasures explores getting rid of memory and starting over
Despite bringing the usual marvels that come along with a Cirque production, the new show has numerous dull patches
Les Grands Ballets Canadiens is one of four dance organizations moving into new quarters at the Espace Danse
Audience regeneration is a problem for proscenium arts companies all over North America, but Montreal poses special challenges
Theatre director Peter Brook and dancer-choreographer Akram Khan distill different episodes from the Mahabharata into presentations lasting not much more than an hour
Centre de Création O Vertigo and Les Deux Mondes have become hubs for developing new creative work
Producers are reworking the band's classic album The Wall – but can they really keep the English rock band's fan base coming back to the theatre?
Despite being written in 1956, the opera's themes are easily relevant to current conditions
L’Opéra de Montréal wants to tell stories that are rarely told in their art form, and involving the subjects every step of the way
National Arts Centre expects to invest the money in 15 to 20 projects a year, which do not have to appear on its stages
Annabel Soutar’s Fredy documents the 2008 shooting death by Montreal police of Fredy Villanueva
Nederlands Dans Theater brings performance to Montreal’s Place des Arts
Mike Ward may appear like a free-speech martyr, but comedians could learn some humility
Jérôme Bel brings a kind of movement karaoke to Festival TransAmériques
Bilingual comedy is Swiss director Christoph Marthaler’s very loose adaptation of La Poudre aux yeux
Hamlet is the best template for the province’s sovereignty, and may be even better as a frame for any PQ leadership campaign
Luzia sees characters clad in gossamer wings, iguana heads and cockroach costumes amid surreal evocations of the country’s culture
How do you reinvent the recognizable?
A tale about strip joint the Gayety plays fast and loose with facts, but lovingly
A sudden loss of funding for Montreal’s dance-oriented centre left room to focus more on residencies and service to artists
Avec pas d’coeur, by Montreal dance company Maï(g)wenn et les Orteils, explores the difference in emotional perspectives of three dancers with unusual genetic conditions