The first season dreamed up by Mani Soleymanlou. A hand outstretched to artists right across the country. Through that gesture, our stage is being redrawn, connections are being made, communities are coming together, and stories are being written. It’s a time to reflect, to laugh, to whisper, to shed a tear, to grit our teeth, to be astonished, to imagine together. It’s a time for reunion. It’s a time to go to the theatre. Together.
You’re invited to follow me, to follow us, to try to put into words, to define. You’re invited to figure out the rest, together.
A year and a half ago I wrote you a letter. Like tossing a bottle into the sea. Theatres in every city were closed. We were told to stay home, safe in isolation. On my island I often thought of you, whom I no longer saw.
The theatre doors are open again. The artists are there, full of enthusiasm, eager to welcome you and a host of other children.
How do you put an intuition into words? Name the unnameable? It's impossible to put into words the immense pleasure, the mounting vertigo and the ever-increasing happiness sparked by the prospect of getting (back) on stage.
French Theatre is offering delightful shows for adults and teens alike. There’s something for every personality type.
Spectators, pram pushers, passers-by with headphones, window washers, garbage-picking pigeons and flying squirrels, beware! No one escapes the pop colours of artist Gabrielle Laïla Tittley, aka Pony.
Three projects that reach out to artists, audiences and a new generation. Featuring: Le collectif, La résidence, along with the return of Les laboratoires.
Creative projects, videos, multiple resources and learning tools—that’s just a taste of what’s on offer for you to explore anytime, in the classroom or even in your living room
Dive into our revamped version of NAC French Theatre’s Cahiers! Discover texts that delve into our season’s theatrical productions and explore what makes each of them distinct and extraordinary. All whims are allowed, if not encouraged – bifurcate, jump ahead a section, or flip back to a part you skipped! You can also get a printed copy of Cahiers in the lobby at every NAC French Theatre performance.