Dine and mingle with fellow Centaur Theatre supporters! Enjoy a gourmet French meal, followed by a presentation of 'Bed and Breakfast'.
After the performance, guests will have the chance to meet the cast over dessert and coffee.
April 20, Monntreal Gazette, Jim Burke
Gently revolutionary: Bed and Breakfast serves up message about diversity in small tourist towns
Looking to get away now that the weather’s turning, but don’t fancy getting snarled up in the inevitable traffic? You could always try checking into Brett and Drew’s...
April 14, montrealtheatrehub, Camila Fitzgibbon
Review: Centaur’s “Clybourne Park” explores illusion of racial progress
a delightfully caustic comedy of a battle over claims to turf and tradition. The play’s broader focus on the individual and collective concerns towards the future of our families, communities, and nations make it one ...
April 8, Curtains Up, Yolande Ramsay
Moving Out and In to Clybourne Park at the Centaur Theatre
The cast is fantastic. Each actor performs dual roles with the right pitch for the respective time periods. They bring to life characters that are so familiar with their flaws, good intentions, and humanity. They lace the anger, both righteous and indignant, with the tension of fear...
April 7, Montreal Gazette, Jim Burke
Theatre review: Clybourne Park homes in on prejudice
In the second half of Bruce Norris’s Clybourne Park, playing at the Centaur Theatre, a white couple aims to make a killing in a black Chicago neighbourhood by demolishing a sturdy old property and rebuilding on its foundations....
March 31, Montreal Gazette, Jim Burke
Provocative satire embodies Ellen David's theatrical raison d'être
Here are a couple of ideas for a play. Godot spends his time indulging in displacement activities — anything to put off going to a meeting he has arranged with two tramps. Or, a housing committee meets to strategize...
March 22, The Globe and Mail, Robert Everett-Green
Centaur’s new director Eda Holmes confronts theatre’s role in diverse society
Eda Holmes got her first professional directing gig at Montreal’s Centaur Theatre in 1999, and since then has been a frequent guest instructor at the National Theatre School and McGill University...
March 15, Montreal Gazette, Jim Burke
Centaur opens season with a hockey legend, closes with Tremblay’s trans heroine
In a bittersweet event held to announce his last season at Centaur, artistic and executive director Roy Surette introduced his successor, Eda Holmes. Holmes, who is associate director of the Shaw Festival, will take up...
Feb 10, Montreal Gazette, Jim Burke
Eda Holmes takes reins at Centaur Theatre as Roy Surette’s successor
The long wait, the wild speculations and the feverish rumour-mongering are all over. The name of Roy Surette’s successor as artistic and executive director of Montreal’s – indeed, Quebec’s – leading anglo theatre...
Presenting Centaur Theatre’s new
Artistic and Executive Director, Eda Holmes
Centaur Theatre’s Board of Directors is pleased to announce the appointment of Eda Holmes as the new Artistic and Executive Director. She assumes the role on August 1, 2017.
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