Claude Poissant, artistic director of Theater Denise-Pelletier, announced yesterday the content of his 2019-2020 season, with the desire to make us go to the theater, “to get out of ourselves, to go elsewhere and smell the air of the time, “reads the presentation statement. On the program in the two halls of the company, Goldoni, Miller, Ducharme … and many young emerging talents.
The actor Lâcher taken is part of the distribution of the Brave New World. Alongside Simon Lacroix, Ariane Castellanos, Benoît Drouin-Germain, Mohsen El Gharbi, Kathleen Fortin and Macha Limonchik will have a dialogue between “this story with our time and its horizon of trapped promises”.
From February 5 to 29, 2020, the actress is starring Marc Béland in Zoe, a creation by Olivier Choinière (Félicité, Chante avec moi, Public Enemy, Manifesto of the Jeune-Fill e), inspired by the spring 2012 student movement In his play, the author and director “attacks the role of education and pays homage to the teaching of philosophy, by posing some fundamental questions in passing”.
The author and actress will play in The lovers of the creator of the modern Italian comedy Carlo Goldoni, under the direction of the director Catherine Vidal (The big notebook, Honey is sweeter than blood, The idiot). With Simon Beaule-Bulman, Eric Bernier, Isabeau Blanche, Gabriel Lemire, among others.
From November 6th to December 4th
The artistic director of the Théâtre Denise-Pelletier has put together a beautiful program for 2019-2020, which is very representative of today’s talents and current affairs in the world.
The author of Five Faces for Camille Brunelle and Model Unit adapted Aldous Huxley’s flagship work, Le meilleur des monde s. A classic of the literature of anticipation published in 1932, in which happiness is established in universal law; “A dictatorship that would have the appearance of a democracy”. The director Frédéric Blanchette directs the production.
On stage, a work table, drawings, music and … Markita Boies, an actress Rejean Ducharme loved. “Martin Faucher orchestra a playful and poetic moment, bright and intimate, full of immense love for life, death, art and the writer disappeared,” writes one in the press contem e news Our Around me.
From October 29 to November 9
The prolific author signs a “fluid and innovative” adaptation of Arthur Miller’s Salem Witches . “Miller bases his play on the events surrounding a witchcraft trial in 1692 in Salem, Massachusetts. In 2020, The Salem Witches raises new questions, “summarizes the program.
From March 18 to April 15, 2020