Each month THE MONTRÉAL BUZZ features a selection of gay or gay-friendly things to do or see around the city. Recommendations range from parties to bistros to festivals to boutiques to cultural events. Here are our suggestions for the month of December.
Results for Theatre
“A knock-out by any definition… Canada’s most famous she-male… a Tiger Woods of plastic surgery.” – Shihan Govani, The National Post Art is a product and a process that expresses emotion or sentiment through various mediums such as song, painting, literature, photography, video or beyond. Some brave individuals choose their own body as their medium. Nina Arsenault is one of these individuals. And Ms. Arsenault is coming to Montreal. We chatted with the artist about transitioning, social media, and (of course) Montreal!
Oh Montreal, why can’t you just give me a weekend off? I keep thinking that one of these weekends there will be NOTHING to do, and I’ll be able to get caught up on sleep and pay my bills and floss my teeth and do stuff that people with spare time do. But alas, my dear Montreal, you keep presenting me with so many wonderful temptations. Here are ten fun things to keep you in trouble this weekend.
Last month, I told you that fall was the perfect season to see the symphony. I was totally right. Based on the overwhelming success of that prediction (as judged by me), I’m here with another confidant autumn call: this is also the perfect time of year to go see a play…
It’s Thanksgiving this weekend in Canadaland! While some people in Montreal will fill their bellies with delicious turkey dinners, many others will opt to shake their bootays to the best electronic music at the most successful all-night dance party on the planet – Black & Blue. If you’re looking for more than stuffed birds or sexy dance parties, we’ve also got some contemporary breakdancing, Canadian theatre, some princesses dancing on frozen water and plenty more.
The Montreal Harvest theatre festival began 6 years ago to ensure that lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans folks had spaces to perform. The festival is a mélange of theatre, music and dance, perfect for anyone with an appreciation for LGBT cultures.
Montréal has many summer festivals. We are internationally renown for the Jazz Fest and Just For Laughs, and we enjoy welcoming the world. The Fringe Fest, however, exists on the opposite end of the festival spectrum. After 20 years of fun and debauchery, the locally raised, theatre festival still maintains its beloved place in the hearts of Montréalers.
Truth is a good thing. So I’m going to be truthful with you – Montréal is not necessarily the destination you might think of when considering the North American (English) theatre scene. But every once and a while a gem comes along that you don’t want to miss. A gem has arrived. Get the explicit details…