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|Under the guidance of Mask Master Brian Smith, using comic half masks and under the ‘trance’ of the mask, actors will find contemporary characters and situations to render the obscure Elizabethan language and word-play understandable to a contemporary audience. |
This production will allow the distinct voices of Montréal, discovered by the magic of the comic half-mask, to distil the words of Shakespeare into stories and emotions so contemporary they will sound as if spoken on the streets and subways of Montréal today.
Through action, through distinct character choices which the mask work forces an actor to make, the myriad of potential meanings of Shakespeare’s Elizabethan poetry are distilled into limpid clarity for our contemporary audience.
|Moyse Hall McGill University
853 Sherbrooke St W
Montreal, QC H3A 0G5
|From October 22nd 2018 to October 27th 2018
Special One Week Limited Engagement!
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|Write On-Q! draws in submissions from first-time playwrights, students and from established writers including Québec's most celebrated playwrights. For Infinithéâtre’s Artistic Director, Guy Sprung, The Pipeline reading series has become a vital step in the process of developing new plays and making programming choices for Infinithéâtre's upcoming seasons. |
Friday Nov. 30th at 7pm -QWF Playwriting Prize Winner (Sponsored by Gabriel Safdie in conjunction with Infinithéâtre)
Paradise Lost, by Erin Shields
With: Jillian Haris, Meagan Schroeder, Alexandra Petrachuk, Gabriel Schultz, Diana Fajrajsl, Dakota Wellman and Eric Davis.
Directed by: Shawn Campbell
The 17th century and present day are seamlessly intertwined as Satan vents to an audience about her frustration at being cast out of heaven and her thoughts on oppression.
Saturday Dec. 1st at 7pm- Write on Q! 2nd Place Winner
Chained Woman by Lorne Svarc
With: Alex Poch Goldin, Michelle Heisler, Janis Kirshner, Jonah Carson, Joanna Caplan and Nir Guzinski
Directed by: Ellen David
Sarah Kandelshein is an ultra-Orthodox Jewish woman. When her abusive husband refuses to grant her a religious divorce, she must choose between her freedom and her faith – that is until a “gangster” rabbi offers his services to help “change
|Espace Knox in NDG
6215 ave Godfrey
Montréal, QC H4B 1K3
|From November 30th 2018 to December 2nd 2018
Fri, Sat & Sun 7pm-2pm
|Captured on the Gold Coast and imprisoned in a cage, Redpeter's only escape route|
is to become a walking, talking, spitting, hard-drinking member of the Peace Industry, the entrepreneurial world of mercenary soldiers that is one of the biggest growth industries of the 21st century. In detailing the journey of his enforced evolution from Apedom to Humandom, Mr. Redpeter is a living embodiment of the irony that perhaps now he is more animal than he ever was as an Ape.
“Spung's adaptation is smoothly done, reinventing the story for today using the
elements of contemporary culture. Howard Rosenstein knocks it out of the park in the
title role. Bravo! At just over one hour's duration, Kafka's Ape is fascinating,
provocative and funny. Don't miss it."
Pat Donnelly, Montreal Gazette
6215 Avenue Godfrey
|From February 8th 2019 to February 27th 2019
Various Venues and Times. Please see schedule.
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Francis Jeffery Dickens arrives in Canada in 1874 with all the prejudices and presumptions of a white colonist/settler. After serving 11 years as a member of the North West Mounted Police, horrified by the mendacity and theft that robbed the Indigenous Peoples of their lands, Frank learns to respect the traditions and wisdom of First Nations culture and begins to understand the urgent need to live in harmony with Mother Nature.
Laboratoire créatif autour de Francis Jeffrey Dickens et son exploration de l\'Ouest canadien en 1874. Malgré ses préjugés et sa présomption de colonisateur blanc et après 11 ans de loyaux services dans la Gendarmerie royale du Canada, il est choqué par les mensonges et les pillages auxquelles les peuples des Premières Nations furent victimes. F.J Dickens apprend à respecter les traditions et la sagesse de la culture des Premières Nations, il se rend compte de l’urgence de vivre en harmonie avec Mère Nature.
|Espace Knox, 6215 Ave. Godfrey||From March 21st 2019 to March 24th 2019
Thursday March 21st, 8pm
Friday March 22nd, 8pm
Saturday March 23rd, 8pm
Sunday March 24th, 2pm
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