February is the month of love, with pink and red decorations, and candy-filled walls no matter which store you walk into. So why not share some love and come check out what this month’s shows have to offer.
A play about a young girl’s journey in the online world and her discovery of cyber-porn. Pandora is a 16 year-old-girl who is curious about sex. She falls into the world of online pornography, and begins to struggle and compare herself to these women. The play discusses the issues women face with body image and sexuality. Pandora’s laptop is the modern day version of the ancient Greek myth of Pandora’s box, which holds all the evils of the world.
Strip Spelling Bee: Kittens Edition
Type of Event: Live Game
When: February 4, 2016
Where: Mainline Theater
Price: $10 [Purchase at the door]
Before attending the show, the Mainline Theater warns its audience that the spelling bee show can contain nudity. Strip Spelling Bee is played exactly like strip poker, when you spell a word right you sit down, but if you spell a word wrong be prepared to take something off. On top of that, you play in front of a live audience who will hoot, holler, and heckle. No booing and no pictures are allowed! It is also the Kittens edition, which means that anyone who comes in costume can sway the judges.
Star Trek: The Ultimate Voyage
This show is fusion of live symphony orchestra and clips from the movie and television series Star Trek. Be prepared to experience a musical and cinematic event like never before. While different clips are being projected on the large 40-foot screen, a live orchestra plays music from Star Trek: The Original Series, Star Trek: The Motion Picture, Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan, Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home, Star Trek: Insurrection, Star Trek: The Next Generation, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, Star Trek: Voyager, and much more. An event that is perfect for music lovers, filmgoers, science-fiction fans, and anyone who wants to experience a never-before-seen concert.
The Godfather Live
One of the greatest classics of all time, The Godfather, will be premiering in Montreal on the big screen. In English only with French subtitles, The Godfather will be playing while Nino Rota’s music plays simultaneously on stage by a live orchestra. Even if you’ve seen the movie a million times, you’ve never experienced it this way, and you should!