Pipeline 2014 at the rialto

Infinithéâtre's Annual Pipeline Reading Series

This year's The Pipeline play reading series will be held December 3 - 7 at the Rialto Hall III,  5711 ave. du Parc, 3rd Floor. 

An important part of Infinithéâtre's ongoing efforts to bring the best writing to Montréal stages, Pipeline is a unique opportunity for audience members to voice their opinions on Infinithéâtre's future programming and influence Montréal's cultural landscape. We need/welcome your feedback after each reading.

All 5 plays in this edition of The Pipeline were submitted to this year's Write-on-Q! playwriting competition: Fanny La Croix's Joan's Not Here is the winner of the Pam Dunn Award and Write-on-Q! 2014, and Oren Sadie's Mr. Goldberg Goes to Tel Aviv and Tabia Lau's John 8 are the Write-On-Q! runner-up winners.

This year's Write-on-Q! jury members were Douglas Cohen, Infinithéâtre supporter, producer and lover of great theatre, and owner of Cantlie Suites Hotel; Diana Fajrajsl, one of Quebec's great actors and directors; and jury chair Kent Stetson, a Governor General's Literary Award Laureate and Member of the Order of Canada.

Please join us and tell us what is on your mind.

Pipeline 2014 at the Rialto
Rialto Hall III, 5711 ave. du Parc, 3rd Floor

Dec. 3 @ 7PM Progress! by Alyson Grant
Dec. 4 @ 7PM John 8 by Tabia Lau
Dec. 5 @ 7PM Battered by Arthur Holden
Dec. 6 @ 7PM Mr. Goldberg Goes to Tel Aviv by Oren Safdie
Dec. 7 @ 3PM Joan's Not Here by Fanny La Croix

Admission is pay-what-you-can ($10 suggested) at the door.


Please take a Moment

And read this post by Infinithéâtre Family Member tristan D. Lalla

Tristan D. Lalla is one of Montreal's great actors, a major contributor to our artistic community, a man we all look up to with huge respect ... you may have seen him in one of his  many productions in town,       (For us he was in David Sherman's,  Joe Louis in  the Bain St. Michel) Or touring Shakespeare with Repercussion.   Or you may have seen him in one of the American blockbuster films shot in  town. Or interacted with his voice playing video games. Tristan is an actor with extraordiary intelligence, talent and human compassion. He even put himself through the necessary on-line course so he could legally offciate at Stage Manager Michael Panich's wedding....

I ask you to take a moment and read Tristan's  eloquent dissection of the unacceptable behaviour of our Montreal police force.

Tristan D. Lalla I Fit The Description 


We are looking for original works with the potential to shake up the Quebec theatre scene – send yours in!

Lost & FOund

Running February 12 - 22, 2015 at the Piccolo Rialto Theatre. Written by David Sherman and Nancy Lee. Directed by Guy Sprung. Click here for more information.


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