Follow the Stanley family’s quest to overcome misfortune and build a new life on the frontier. Follow their trials and triumphs and those of their neighbours as they chase their dreams in a place called Wild Heart Acres.
Wild Heart Acres is a new kind of improv show. There are no story lines prepared whatsoever. Each episode will be entirely improvised in the moment, inspired by audience suggestions. Between January and May, a new installment will be presented each month.
JANUARY 30, 31 & FEBRUARY 1
BCT (Beautiful City Theatre) bares it all at the Centaur this week with their latest production, The Full Monty.
The Full Monty is the story of a group of unemployed men who pull together and perform a strip show in order to gather enough cash to make ends meet. The cast, who choreographed all the dance numbers themselves, take the audience on a hilarious and heartwarming journey as their characters band together to overcome their anxieties and insecurities.
Celebrate Black History Month all over the city through art, round table discussions and even comedy! Check out their entire program.
A word from this year’s spokesperson and what Black History Month means to her:
FEBRUARY 7 & 8
Addicted to LOVE
SBDC (Sonia Balazovjech Dance Company) is teaming up with Leave Out Violence (LOVE) Montreal to present Addicted to LOVE – a 90-minute dance and multimedia production exposing the challenges that youth face to deal with and overcome violence.
Music for Addicted to Loved will be performed live by Montreal-born songwriters David Hodges, Stefanie Parnell and Laura Newman as well as various portrayals of LOVE work.
Proceeds from the productions will be donated in aid of LOVE’s media arts and leadership training programs.
Last week Just For Laughs announced Bill Burr’s very first Canadian tour. Burr, Breaking Bad alumni, will leave the crowd at the Metropolis in stitches on March 5. Tickets are flying fast, so get on it!
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