Death and other common experiences… coffee, lightning, flash-floods, laundry and a pinch of salt. Winners of Leipzig’s PALAZZO Award and Hollywood Fringe’s BLAFF Award. After 5 months performing in Europe, these exceptional physical performers bring their latest to Canada. “Brilliant. Absolutely brilliant.” – Montreal Hour “GO.” LA Weekly “Incredible” NY Times

Is it all over? What’s left of the communist ideal, now that the great revolutions of the last century have been defeated? London, UK and BBC Slam Poetry champion David Lee Morgan spits rhythm, rhyme and intense lyrics over music composed by Michael Harding of Animat.

Jo-Mé Dance celebrates their 5th year as a Boston-based company. Founded in 2011, Jo-Mé Dance has grown into many divisions, giving young to professional dancers an opportunity to share their artistry. EVOLUTION brings back audience favorites in Jo-Mé Repertory, from high-energy to emotional pieces, and presents two new exciting works.

Two friends begin their journey toward becoming producers. Their task: to find a show worthy of Montreal’s Fringe Festival—or else. While being pitched shows, they’ll discover strange new music, overly-ambitious playwrights, friendship, and the true meaning of “low budget”.

FOLIE’S FOLLIES, Three short plays by Michael Folie about relationships, the good, the bad, and the absurd.

Formules de divagations littéraires est un happening où l’amoureuse mallarméenne a autant sa place que votre neveu de dix ans passionné par les folles aventures d’un sorcier de 13 ans. Un laboratoire littéraire décomplexé; voilà ce que vous propose la compagnie Le mot froissé. Pour votre plaisir, et celui des quatre comédiens, venez assister à la transformation de textes classiques à la manière oulipienne. Un régal auditif.

At 22, Andrew Bailey lived and worked at Windsor Castle amongst knights and royalty. Now he’s touring Fringe festivals. This is the story of where things went wrong. “Bailey has perfected the formula for funny” –Monday Magazine. “Finally, a storyteller with something to say” –The Edmonton Journal

One woman’s tell-all musical comedy about sex, love and everything in between. Called “a darling of a show” by Capital Critics Circle & On Stage Magazine says “Rachelle Elie has incredible energy”. Apt 613 says “A dynamic performance, moving easily between melancholy and exuberant, conspiratorial and defiant, precious and lewd…”