World premiere of the opera L’orangeraie on October 19-20-21!

The vocal creation company CHANTS LIBRES has announced the world -premiere of its latest creation, L’orangeraie by Zad Moultaka (music) and Larry Tremblay (libretto), staged by -Pauline Vaillancourt. The performances will take place in the heart of the Quartier des spectacles in the Ludger–Duvernay Theatre of Montreal’s Monument-National on October Continue Reading

Award-winning show returns: YEV, at select Maisons de la culture – October 20-22, Scapegoat Carnivale

Created and directed by Alison Darcy & Joseph Shragge Choreographed by Andrew Turner Mark these dates in your fall calendar: Wednesday-Friday, October 20-22, 2021 Yev is a hermit living in a remote region of the Siberian Taiga, the sole survivor of a family who fled civilization for fear of religious persecution. Matthew, a biology student Continue Reading

HIP-HOPÉRA, CARMEN: The famous opera revisited and presented free of charge in the Quartier des Spectacles in September

AN UNPRECEDENTED ENCOUNTER BETWEEN HIP-HOP AND OPERA A MUSICAL SHOW THAT REVISITS CARMENFROM SEPTEMBER 16 TO 19 AND FROM SEPTEMBER 23 TO 26 ON THE PLACE DE LA PAIX The Quartier des Spectacles Partnership, the National Theatre School of Canada, the Société des arts technologiques [SAT], and the Festival Mode + Design are partnering to present the Continue Reading

The Future is Another Country: a multidisciplinary piece on connection & mutual refuge by Manolis Antoniou (Boulouki Theatre) @ MAI, Sep 28–Oct 9

If individualism saturates the present, securing it (but just for some), what will the future be made of? The Future is Another Country grapples with this question via a single staple: the potato. A storehouse of nutrients and narratives, Manolis Antoniou (Boulouki Theatre) uses this historically rich root vegetable as a bridge to territory, Continue Reading