Written by: Lise Vaillancourt, translated by Jill MacDougall
Written by: Anne Hébert, Translation by Pamela Grant and Gary Reid
Written by: Linda McCready
Length: 90 min.The play is about the need to pursue one’s passion in order to find happiness. In the summer of 1936, two women from Toronto go on a sketching trip to Baie-Saint-Paul in Charlevoix County, Quebec. Dorothy, a 35-year old commercial artist, is very serious about further developing her art, while...
Written by: Marianne Ackerman
Genre: Drama“Montreal, summer of 1774: a troupe of British Garrison officers attempt to stage Moliere’s Tartuffe, directed by a young Seigneur whose hidden ambition is to flout the authority of the Catholic Church. The project pits conqueror against conquered, with tragic results for the play.” (From the Playwright’s Website)
Written by: Erika Ritter
Length: 120 min.“In Louis XIV’s New France, the law demands that all bachelors select brides from among the filles du roi sent to New France by King Louis. Difficulties arise when the young men and their intendeds confront one another in Winter 1671.” (From the CPO Website)
Written by: Aviva Ravel
Length: 90 min.“It is the mid-1930s, in the heart of Depression, when Mendel Fish, an enigmatic peddler, arrives on Main Street in Montreal with a solution to everyone’s problems. A latter-day Robin Hood, he gains the confidence of the people by fulfilling their modest dreams. When Mendel’s vision of brotherhood is shattered,...