The words of Michel Tremblay, Marcel Dubé and Eric-Emmanuel Schmitt will be honored in the next theatrical season of the salle Albert-Rousseau.
After a summer under the sign of the musical “Footloose” (adapted and staged by Serge Postigo), Benoît Brière, Martin Drainville and Luc Guérin will lengthen the warm season in September by showing up to Albert-Rousseau with Peter, John, James, summer production at the Théâtre du Vieux-Terrebonne.
The hit comedy Ladies Night (we’re talking about a 100th representation in the capital…) will again be presented on 17 and 18 December, followed a month later of Toc Toc of the French comedian Laurent Baffie, then the Mystery of Irma Vep, a play where all the characters are worn by Serge Postigo, and Éric Bernier.
Balance sheet of Marcel Dubé, in a staging by Benoît Vermeulen) and Laurel and Hardy of Patrice Dubois and Luc Michaud will be presented at once at the beginning of February, while march will host The elephant man by Bernard Pomerance, Child insignificant by Michel Tremblay (an adaptation of the novel Conversation with a curious child), and Tanguy, transposition of the theatrical movie from Étienne Chatiliez.
Make yourself a beautiful life of François Chénier and The mystery Carmen Eric-Emmanuel Schmitt, — in which the author shares the boards with the singer Marie-Josée Lord, will close the theatrical season of the salle Albert-Rousseau.
Details and full program at sallealbertrousseau.com.