Adam Susser: Intensely Uncomfortable

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Adam Susser‘s debut of his prematurely-nixed show, Intensely Uncomfortable, was a hit at Theatre Ste. Catherine on August 23. The show had recently been cancelled because the Bell public television executives unanimously came… 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

Ben’s At Home @ World Film Festival

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Ben’s At Home, the first feature film from director/writer Mars Horodyski and actor/writer Dan Abramovici, will be making its Canadian premiere at Montreal’s World Film Festival tomorrow. I was privy to an advanced… Continue reading

BUMP: dullboy.

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Whenever a band you’ve only heard in a live setting puts out a record, there’s a certain give and take. The debut album by dullboy. is no exception. In a live setting their… 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

Citizen vs. Work @ Studio Porte Bleue

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Studio Porte Bleue is quickly creating an impressive reputation for itself by producing highly interactive pieces of theatre which aim to engage the audience in meaningful conversation. The company’s most recent piece, Citizen… Continue reading

I think I might collapse: Al’s Fringe Blog #9

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So we’ve passed the halfway point of the tour now, and I must say that although the summer isn’t turning out to be exactly what I expected to be, it is turning out… Continue reading

BUMP: Boots & Scoops

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Montreal duo Boots & Scoops describes their catchy mix of rap and pop as “music for girls with freckles.” I’m not sure about that definition, though. Their debut EP, Summer2014, is more like… Continue reading

Chloes by Dean Garlick

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I devoured this engaging little mystery in a matter of hours. Chloes, a novella by Montrealer Dean Garlick, is the story of a woman whose live-in boyfriend, Anson, inexplicably disappears one day. As… Continue reading