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Our stint remounting Sapientia at Centaur Theatre's Wildside Festival was a whirlwind. What a great opportunity for us to bring the show to new audiences, to hone the work even more and to get us in touring shape! We'd like to thank Eda Holmes, the Artistic Director of Centaur Theatre, for inviting us to be a part of the festival after seeing our show this summer at Mainline Theatre. We were so happy to share the stage with all of the wonderfully curated shows in Wildside 2019! Our original team got back together, and we even managed to get our director back in town for a few days during rehearsals. It's a rare thing to revisit a show, but to do it with the exact  same team and get to continue its development is magical.

The show sold really well and we got great feedback from our audiences. Click here to read a new review from Montreal Theatre Hub. Thanks again to all the audiences who came out in the desperate cold to see our work, and especially to those who...

We're finishing up 2018 by prepping for a huge 2019 to come. We have a remount of our META award winning production [Outstanding Independent Production and Outstanding Contribution to Theatre (Evan Stepanian) ] of Sapientia at the Centaur's Wildside Festival, Jan 17-19, and then we go right into rehearsals for the premiere of our newest creation YEV at the MAI, March 14-24. 

And we launched our yearly donation campaign so if you feel so inclined to help us produce these works, and more, please mosey over to our Donation page. We're so thankful to all of you who have supported us, and those who came to see our work in 2018. 

If you are planning on catching some of the Wildside Festival this year, you should also check out our friends, La Fille du Laitier, performing Macbeth Muet.   Little known fact, it premiered as a five minute cabaret act in our Grand Guingol and Vaudeville Fundraiser three years ago. Theirs is another fine example of object theatre, and they have been tourin...

We are halfway through the run of our Show Sapientia, and we are pleased to announce that we have been sold out (save for one matinee), and the rest of the run is almost sold out as well! 

Plus we've been receiving wonderful feedback from the critics!

-"This show deserves to play to full houses [...] and tour so that more people can discover humanity’s first known female playwright and this theatre company’s original, rallying projects." - Yanik Comeau, ZoneCulture

-Check the 9 minute mark for a glowing review in French on CIBL on Au Pied du Lit

-"The masterful team behind this production take Hroswitha’s blunt narrative and work magic to make it compelling."

Rachel Levine,  Montreal Rampage.

-Le Devoir review by Marie Labrecque, in French.

Photo of Paul van Dyck, Robert Leveroos, Alexandra Petrachuk and Alison Darcy by Andrew Patrick Boivin

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