Presented for the first time in Quebec! SCOOBY-DOO! AND THE LOST CITY OF GOLD on Sunday, April 24 at 3 p.m. @ Place Bell, Laval

performance in English

Family packages
availablewww.evenko.ca

The theatrical tour combines puppets, aerial arts, acrobats, magic, songs and music, dance and advanced technology,
all in an original story!

Montreal-based Monlove, in partnership with Warner Bros. Themed Entertainment and evenko, presents Spectacular Musical Scooby-Doo! and The Lost City of Gold on Sunday, April 24  at Place Bell in Laval!
 

Scooby-Doo!  and his band will embark on a new adventure in the famous Mystery Machine to solve a whole new mystery that will come to life on stage through state-of-the-art technology, original music, puppets, magic, singing, dance, interactive video, aerial and acrobatic arts, and video projections.

The Scooby created by Monlove is a Great Danish animatronic 6’4”,
an inhabited character designed by 12 craftsmen
which required more than 1,600 hours of work

In partnership with Warner Bros. Themed Entertainment, the show is produced by Monlove, a Quebec production company founded by Ella Louise Allaire with Martin Lord Ferguson as a partner. The eminent Montreal duo signs the original idea, the libretto, the music, and the lyrics of the show. This duo is behind several successful shows including Ice Age Live! A Mammoth Adventure which has toured in 48 countries, in 12 languages and has grossed over $100 million. Monlove is also known as the team behind Operation Hazelnuts & Friends and as a music director and composer for several Cirque du Soleil shows including ,  ZedMystere, Alegria, Saltimbanco (Arena), Holiday on Ice Energia, and many others.

Scooby-Doo! and The Lost City of Gold is directed by Pierre Boileau (Queen Elizabeth’s JubileeOpération Noisettes & Amis, Cirque Eloize), with puppets designed by Patrick Martel, (Toruk, Opération Noisettes & Amis), technical video innovations created by Yohan Gingras and Noémie Baron and groundbreaking sets created by veteran superstar Guy-St-Amour (Cirque du Soleil’s Mystere, Love, Viva ElvisMichael Jackson, and Wagner the Ring Cycleat the MET Opera).   The costume design is supervised by Guy Brassard who has collaborated on several famous projects such as Quidam, Dralion, O, La Nouba, Varekai, Zumanity with Thierry Mugler, Love and Viva Elvis in addition to Déline Petrone (prop designer),  Éric Olivier (choreographer),  Richard Lachance (sound designer), Nicolas Labbé (lighting designer), Nathalie Gagné (mask and make-up designer ), William Todd-Jones (inhabited character designer of Scooby-Doo), Pei Yao Xu (integrator and tour artistic director) and Serge Poupart (director inhabited character) technical).

The artistic team: Clément Chaboche (Scooby-Doo), Gabriela Jovian-Mazon (Scooby-Doo), Alicia D’Ariano (Velma), Samantha De Benedet (Daphne), Bryan Kling (Shaggy), Connor Briggs (Fred), Justin Lapeña (Ayar Manco), Krystel-Mary Assaf (Margareta), Alexandre Iannuzzi (Miguel), Camille Loiselle-D’Aragon (Luis), Selene Ballesteros-Mingüer (Dama de Oro), Andrée-Anne LeBlanc (Professor Falcone), Charlotte Gagnon and Ian Labelle (street artists), and Vincent Bourdages (understudy).

Monlove is also proud to point out that Frank Welker, recognized worldwide as the voice behind Fred Jones and Scooby-Doo! is the official voice of his Scooby-Doo.

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