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In total, fifteen shows grace the stage of the 2024-2025 French Theatre season. Fifteen thrilling propositions, each a vibrant call to break free of our own constraints, yet beckons the collective ‘we’ to the core of our shared journey. This is an invitation to embrace the encounter with others, a call to redefine the structures that restrain us, but which cannot for much longer, especially if we unite and push together. 

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  1. In-person
    Illustration de la silhouette d’un homme qui, de profil, tient au-dessus de sa tête une poubelle métallique en faisant le geste de la vider.

    François Archambault and Gabrielle Chapdelaine specifically created this vitriolic text for fiery theatre graduates, who delight in using twisted morality and uncomfortable dialogues to criticize our toxic positivity and other seemingly…

  2. In-person Video
    Illustration d'un bébé assis dont on ne voit que le contour noir. Il porte autour du cou un long ruban bleu.

     A magnetic actor invites us to a shimmering forest of emotions. You hear a baby’s inner voice, their desire for both closeness and separation, as the radiant performer transforms these words into riveting physical play. Parents and…

  3. In-person
    Sur un fond rose, on voit la silhouette de profit d’une jeune fille qui semble s’envoler. Elle porte des collants blancs et une robe noire et le haut de son corps est une énorme tête d’âne.

    This theatre dreamscape portrays an astounding metamorphosis, a moulting: the tale of a woman on a quest for her true skin, a skin the colour of freedom. Astoundingly, the many characters in this reinvented fairy tale are all portrayed by two…

  4. In-person
    Illustration du corps d’une femme recroquevillé au sol. Au-dessus d’elle flotte une énorme main qui semble vouloir emprisonner son corps.

    This powerful show for a singer and choir singers was created based on the vitriol constantly spewed at Safia Nolin. The mirror doesn’t just show the image of an inspiring artist grappling with her identity; it also shows the terrifying…

  5. In-person
    Quatre personnages debout les uns derrière les autres portent un cinquième corps horizontalement au-dessus d’eux, créant l’effet d’une silhouette de licorne

    This caustic comedy for neurotypical and neurodivergent performers tackles contemporary ethical issues, including the infamous “who can play whom,” as laid out by Pirandello a century ago. But instead of walking on eggshells to tiptoe…

  6. In-person
    Illustration représentant un chef d’orchestre les bras levés vers le ciel, mais dont le haut du corps est caché dans un nuage. Sa baguette dorée perce le nuage.

     In this moment of pure theatre magic, we plunge with courageous little Harold into a raucous thunderstorm so we can get a good look at what’s really going on inside. What if those dark clouds were actually conducting an orchestra?…

  7. In-person Video
    Sur un fond rouge, deux mains noires semblent battre la mesure sur un tambour.

    In this lively show featuring juggling, rhythmic songs and percussive dance, four virtuoso Mozambican performers dazzle with sight, sound and sheer skill. The incredible memories of this show will sustain you for the rest of the year. 

  8. In-person
    Illustration montrant une imposante tête qui émerge de l’eau, telle une île, sur laquelle se tiennent deux personnages.

     When a creative company known for films dredges up from the vaults of the past a masterpiece of theatre by filmmaker Pierre Perrault, it throws the audience onto the banks of the river, dreaming of half-obscured horizons. This bewitching…

  9. In-person Video
    Illustration du profil d’un visage regardant vers le ciel. On dirait une montagne. De la bouche s’échappe une volute de fumée rappelant le corps d’une femme.

     The breathtaking Anne-Marie Olivier plays Maurice Dancause, a man who, after a violent stroke, woke up a total stranger to himself. Everything he had taken for granted had to be relearned: speaking, eating, holding a spoon. With help from a…

  10. In-person

     Five people, not so different from us, compete and form alliances to take possession of a comfy four-seat couch. Get ready for a theatrical battle that’s as hilarious as it is acrobatic, and that conceals beneath the cushions the thorny…

  11. In-person
    Illustration du profil d’un personnage rappelant Shakespeare, qui tient dans une main un crâne de squelette et dans l’autre un téléphone portable.

    A joyous exchange of ideas, eloquent and irreverent, about the works that have left their mark on Western theatre. A fantastic team of artists unabashedly plays with the ostentatious subject of what makes a “classic” to cast an…

  12. In-person
     Sur fond rose, une petite fille vêtue d'une robe blanche est penchée et regarde de haut la silhouette miniature d'un adulte.

     A mini life coach serves up a hilarious exposé on adults, in ten enlightening lessons. Reading between the lines, you’ll also learn about her own family’s life, which isn’t all sunshine and roses. This gem of a show…

  13. In-person Video
    Illustration de la silhouette d’un homme au dos courbé qui porte une énorme croix dorée dont une extrémité étincelle.

    This outlandish epic, which borrows as much from the history of Jesus as it does from pop culture, is a two-part work in the style of a hyperactive kaleidoscope. Dance, theatre, kung-fu, mime, song, lip synching: every performing art on stage at once…

  14. In-person Video
    Illustration montrant la silhouette d’une femme qui tient dans ses mains un arrosoir à la manière d’une guitare électrique.  

    What if veggies made rock and roll as they grew? Come experience this unique and immersive 360-degree show that will knock your socks off. Featuring a see-through greenhouse fully lit up with colourful video projections, and at the centre, an actual…