Times are changing indeed… Women, Art, Seduction, Mystery and Justice in the spotlight in Montreal.

The Times They Are a Changin’ at the Segal Centre

*** UPDATE concerning COVID-19

  • The rest of the run of The Times They Are a Changin’ is cancelled. 
  • Teesri Duniya’s production of Counter Offence (mentioned below) in the Studio will run as scheduled until further notice.

Take a groovy trip down memory lane through the music of the 1960s!

Tony Award nominee and four-time Dora Award winner Louise Pitre and W. Joseph Matheson (as seen in The Angel and the Sparrow!) have teamed up to produce a spectacular musical concert with five live musicians that pay tribute to the Jewish voices who spoke to an entire generation through their music.

Experience the songs of Bob Dylan, Mama Cass, Simon & Garfunkel, Leonard Cohen and Carole King in tandem with striking projected images of marking events of the 60’s such as the Vietnam War, the Civil Rights Protests , Feminist Movement and the assassinations of US President John F Kennedy and Martin Luther King .

For more information on the play : www.segalcentre.org.

WHERE: 5170 chemin de la Côte-Sainte-Catherine, Montreal, H3W 1M7

Louise Pitre &
W. Joseph Matheson

Welcome to the extravagant and voluptuous world of Cabaret burlesque II running until March 28th at the Cabaret du Casino de Montréal !

International burlesque star, Scarlett James , surrounded by her seductive troupe of artists, transports you into her glamorous and naughty world, to make you live an exciting and singular evening.

With an optional dinner-show special available from 6 pm , live musicians and several seductive male and female dancers dressed in racy outfits performing sensuous acts such as aerial dances and bathtub rubdowns, Cabaret Burlesque II  will amaze you with its originality and authenticity.

A literal feast for the eyes ! Audience members are encourages to dress up in burlesque wear and may be asked to participate on stage with some of the performers.

Cabaret Burlesque 2 

8:30 p.m. | Doors open at 6:00 p.m. Dinner-show special also available

90 minutes no intermission – free coat check and valet parking !

For more information please visit:  https://www.ticketmaster.ca/cabaret-burlesque-2-tickets/artist/2686723

MOB – At Centaur Theatre until March 29th, 2020

The English version of the original French psychological thriller written by Catherine-Anne Toupin – La Meute , has already been extended by a week due to popular demand.

We are introduced to Sophie who loses her job under traumatic circumstances. She seeks refuge by leaving town and coming to the door of a remote Bed & Breakfast run by the elderly but welcoming Louise and her pleasant nephew, Martin.

What happens next will leave you gasping.

This brilliant psychological thriller- centered around the topic of misogyny and trauma – promises to keep the audience in suspense up to the very end.

Written by Catherine-Anne Toupin
Translation by Chris Campbell
Directed by Andrew Shaver
With Susan Bain, Matthew Kabwe and Adrianne Richards

Runs nightly until March 29th at the Centaur Theatre,

For tickets call 514-288-3161 or visit centaurtheatre.com.

Counter Offence,

Running March 11th -29th at the Segal Centre

The Teesri Duniya Theatre is delighted to invite you to a timely re-creation of playwright and artistic director, RAHUL VARMA’s, play entitled Counter Offence.

What happens when crimes against women turn into crimes against race?  This 90-minute murder mystery shines a harsh light on the realities and living impacts of domestic violence and racism in our communities.

Counter Offence photo by Svetla Atanasova

You will leave the theater questioning your own held prejudices and motivations for justice.

DID you KNOW ?

67% of Canadians know at least one woman who has experienced abuse. Every day, more than 6,000 women and children sleep in shelters because they don’t feel safe at home. www.canadianwomen.orgcanadianwomen.org/out-of-violence/

Racial profiling is identified as a systemic problem, prevalent among the
Montreal Police www.nationalobserver.com.

** Warning: Occasional use of strong language. Themes of domestic violence and racism. 
Latecomers not permitted

For tickets , please contact The Segal Centre for Performing Arts at (514) 739-7944 or click on the ticket link below:

If you, or a person you know is in an abusive situation, please visit  teesriduniyatheatre.com/counter-offence where you can find resources and seek assistance.

Thierry Quenette Photographe – ‎Resilience Photo Vernissage

All the women captured above have a story to tell….. Violence, Abuse, Degradation , Contempt, they share the common thread of suffering.

Some of their personal stories will make you cry or feel terrible anger at their violators, others will simply break your heart .

Luckily with this black and white photo exhibit , their voices are no longer silenced and these women, who have found new strength in the face of adversity, are eager to shed their pain and burn brighter than any sun ♡

Thierry Quenette Photographe – ‎Resilience Photo Vernissage

Running from the 11th of March to the 9th of April at 3536 boul. St-Laurent, Montréal, H2Z 2V1