Curated by Thomas Frenette
Arts & Culture Co-Editor
Photo via Dawson College.
Dawson College’s Professional Theater Department presents the classic tale of love and separation of Orpheus and Eurydice contemporaneously refurbished with witty humor and surrealism. Catch the enthralling performance for willing payment every night at 7:30 p.m. from September 20 to 23 2023 at the Dawson New Dome Theatre (2000 Atwater Ave).
The Brian Jonestown Massacre
Photo via Louder Than War.
The invite is out to all fans of psychedelic rock, folk music, and shoegaze, or with an overall appreciation of the alternative rock currents of the 90’s to come see The Brian Jonestown Massacre at the Beansfield Theater (2490 Notre-Dame Ouest) on September 22nd. Tickets prices are set at 41.50$ and doors open at 7 p.m. (show at 8 p.m.).
Photo via @lucysdelirium on Instagram.
Underground local four piece femme/non-binary band Lucy’s Delirium are performing at the Turbo Haus on September 22nd. Unwind and dance in their delightful sonic environment with tickets available for 12$ at pre-sale and 15$ at the door. The show starts at 8:45 p.m.
Support Local Movie Theatres!
Photo via Cinéma Moderne.
At the Cinéma Moderne this month, catch “Yi Yi” (dir. Edward Yang), following a middle-class family over one year as they deal with life’s hard hitting questions on September 23rd at 5 p.m., “After Hours” (dir. Martin Scorcese), a man stuck in his routine who spends the wildest night of his life with a woman he met the same evening at a coffee shop on September 24th at 8:45 p.m., or “Even Hell Has Its Heroes” (dir. Clyde Petersen), the Québec premiere of the tale of the slowest metal band on earth, Earth (no pun intended) on September 30th at 3:40 p.m.