Beyond the Hook is a series of Question & Answers with theatrical artists from Montreal or gracing our fair city with their presence. All questions are meticulously concocted by the Midnight Poutine team to truly reveal the subject's true character and desires.
Uncalled For is infinitely pleased to present their first dramatic work, the Governor General award-winning Possible Worlds, written by Canadian playwright John Mighton and directed by Liz Valdez. Possible Worlds runs from October 13-24 at MainLine Theatre. Possible Worlds is a sci-fi love story, a philosophical murder mystery, a tragedy stretched across multiple universes. At its heart is an emotional, intelligent romance that will keep you questioning reality long after the lights come up.
I recently had the chance to sit down with the entire crew from Uncalled For via an email I sent which they collectively answered:
Here's the deal with The Bitter End: the upcoming show this week in the Montreal Improv Fest is taking the place of our monthly show called The Bitter End Presents. Every month we mount a new genre in which to improvise an entire film. So Totally Warped! is just one of many both before now and to come in the future. It's a unique experience in long-form improv, from the people behind the web series of the same name at thebitterend.tv.
I recently had a chance to sit down via Gmail with Dan from The Bitter End to ask him some in-depth about life, love, and the tribulations of living in Montreal:
Last Friday, I climbed up MainLine Theatre's dark staircase to witness The Mid-Life Crisis of Dionysus, an original theatre production rife with wine, women and song, written by Jeremy Hechtman and Patrick Goddard.