Category Archive: Theatre

While Rats Eat Pie @ Studio Porte Bleue

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Studio Porte Bleue‘s current production, While Rats Eat Pie, is a unique piece of dinner theatre. The show is as immersive as it is thought-provoking: audience members are invited to sit around a… Continue reading

MainLine’s 2014/2015 Season + Fundraising Campaign

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MainLine Theatre‘s 2014/2015 is already off to a great start. Having opened with Bard Fiction, Beyond the Mountain’s recent Toronto Fringe hit, they are currently hosting the 7th edition of Harvest, a festival… Continue reading

2014 METAs

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Last year, the METAs (Montreal English Theatre Awards) made their debut on the local arts scene to great acclaim. Born from a perceived need to recognize the accomplishments of the most talented anglophone… Continue reading

Persephone Productions’ Spring Awakening

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Remounting their acclaimed rendition of Spring Awakening as part of Centaur Theatre’s Brave New Looks program, Persephone Productions brings to life an energetic and touching coming-of-age musical. An impressive cast of no less… Continue reading

Retreat @ Theatre Brouhaha (Toronto)

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After having seen Punch Up at this year’s Toronto Fringe, I instantly became a diehard Kat Sandler fan. So when I heard there was a brand new Theatre Brouhaha show running this month,… Continue reading

The Clawfoot and Hot Tub Interviews @ MainLine Theatre

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The Clawfoot and Hot Tub Interviews is a very cute play about love, strangers and hot water. A lone woman is looking to sell her clawfoot bathtub, the symbol of a relationship which… Continue reading

The Graduate @ Segal Centre

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Brigitte Robinson as Mrs. Robinson – Photo by Andrée Lanthier Currently running at the Segal Centre, director Andrew Shaver’s re-imagining of the modern classic The Graduate is an enchanting piece of theatre. The… Continue reading

Mistakes Were Made @ MainLine Theatre

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Brave New Productions’ Mistakes Were Made is an intense, unforgettable monologue by Donald Rees in the role of Felix Artifex, a manically overworked producer. Rees is unrelentingly energetic and demonstrates impeccable comedic timing,… Continue reading

Rose Quartz @ MainLine Theatre

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Got a hankering for a sizzling, film noir-inspired dark comedy? Rose Quartz is just the ticket. Presented at MainLine Theatre from Thursday, August 28 to Saturday, August 30 (with two showings every night… Continue reading