At the core of the Fringe Festival is a bewildering number of plays. Unless you’ve seen previous shows by the same people or have spoken with the performers and directors and heard what they’re planning, it’s hard to know what’s good early on in the festival, just based on descriptions in the programme.
The thing about the James Bond franchise that’s so alluring is that it’s a melange of action, satire, and sexy times. And if you agree with that statement, then you should probably see Acme Burlesque’s “From Acme with Love” !
We usually try and stay away from politics here at WATS and just stick to the fun stuff. But every once in a while, we gotta break the rules. Especially when entertainment and parody overlap with the political zeitgeist with social commentary as brilliant as this performance at the Candy Ass Cabaret.
“Gratuitousness is boring, Burlesque has content.”
No corseted queens. No fishnet Betties. Welcome to Montréal’s burlesque underground
The Bad Ladies and the Detective is a defiant return to classical burlesque – in all its glittery glory.
“Let’s Start A Country”, is back at the MainLine Theatre with an all-new cast for a 2nd go at democratically creating a new country within the borders of the theatre.
Local stand-up comic DeAnne Smith loves putting on a good show. She produces “Stand Up / Strip Down” at the cosy and elegant Theatre Sainte Catherine using only the best local talent.