Arts in brief

Where the Blood Mixes at Centre Culturel Calixa-Lavallee.
Christine, a child of residential school survivors, was removed from her home at a young age. Now she must try to reconnect with her family and community as they try to move forward from the social injustice done to them. With a diverse cast featuring Alarey Alsip as Christine, Charles Bender as “Mooch”, Eric Hausknost as George, Jeremy Proulx as Floyd, and Emilee Veluz as June and with music by Dumisizwe Vuyo Bhembe, Where the Blood Mixes promises to be a thorough, thought-provoking, and hopefully healing piece of theatre.

Where the Blood Mixes runs Sept. 13 to 30.
Wednesday to Saturday 8:00 p.m. Saturday and Sunday Matinee 2:00 p.m.

Centre Culturel Calixa-Lavallée
3819 av Calixa-Lavallée (parc Lafontaine)
Box Office: 514 848 0238

Adults: $24, Seniors: $20, Students: $12
Special 2 for 1 pricing: Wednesday evenings and Saturday matinees

Ne meurs pas tout de suite on nous regarde at Tangente
A twist on the traditional story of Adam and Eve, this dance takes place in a weird post-apocalyptic world, where L and M are possibly the last two human beings left on earth. With carefree oblivion they reinvent chaos and flirt with kinesthetic existentialism. A beautiful piece and a must see for lovers of dance.

Sept 20, 21, 22 at 6:30 p.m.
Sept 23 at 4 p.m. Studio Hydro-Québec – Monument-National
Regular tickets $20, Student Discount $16.

Richard III by Metachroma Theatre

“Now is the winter of our discontent
Made glorious summer by this sun of York.” – Richard III

One of Shakespeare’s timeless tragedies, the story of Richard III is both horrific and captivating. Ever the outsider, Richard struggles to win the monarchy, foregoing all consequences and committing terrible deeds. A psychological journey of a man shunned from society for his deformed appearance, Richard III is a play of schemes, tyranny and evil. Complete with Concordian veterans Jamie Robinson, Quincy Armorer, Jimmy Blais and director Joel Miller, this inaugural piece, with the generous support of The Segal Centre for the Performing Arts, is sure to entertain.

Richard III runs from Sept. 19 to 30 at the Segal Centre for Performing Arts Studio, 5170 Côte-Ste-Catherine Rd.

Perpetually Becoming at Maison culturelle et communautaire de Montréal-Nord

An art exhibition that travels through time, Perpetually Becoming, the first solo exhibition for Montreal North artist and Concordia graduate Adriana Coluccio, displays “unfettered spaces and lost recollections in constant motion across eras while past and present are intertwined on the canvas,”according to the show’s press release. Coluccio is fascinated by the juxtaposition of old and new media, transferring from one form to another and exploring the dimension at the edge of creation or collapse. Her work is sure to fascinate all audiences.

Perpetually Becoming will be at the Maison culturelle et communautaire de Montréal- Nord from Sept. 13 to Oct. 14, 2012.

Hours: Tuesday – Friday 12:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. Saturday – Sunday 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.


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