8 shows for all ages to discover this fall at the Maison Théâtre

The Maison Théâtre will welcome the public this fall. From rock concerts to feminist works, shadow theatre and a clownish play, the program promises to be rich in emotions. This season will also mark the return to the stage of the actress Eléonore Loiselle in J’ai jamais… and designer Karine Sauvé with Le Potager. Featuring a real family, the play Le musée de la famille will launch this theatrical season on September 23rd.

THREE ESSENTIAL PIECES TO AWAKEN YOUNG CONSCIENCES

LE MUSÉE DE LA FAMILLE

L’eau du bain

From 8 years old – September 23 to 25, 2022

Info: https://www.maisontheatre.com/spectacle/le-musee-de-la-famille/

In this performance featuring a real family, L’eau du bain knocks down the fourth wall and questions, with the audience, family ties. They invite spectators into the intimacy of everyday life shared between children and their parents. Biographical performance in which the family emerges as a unique work that unfolds in this museum with great pleasure and freedom.

J’AI JAMAIS…

Youtheatre

From 12 years old – November 1 to 6

Info: https://www.maisontheatre.com/spectacle/j-ai-jamais/

Teens will be served this fall with J’ai jamais… , a solo performance filled with magical realism carrying the torments of adolescence at arm’s length, in which Éléonore Loiselle occupies the stage in a masterful way. 

TONNE DE BRIQUES

Samsara Théâtre

Ages 8 to 12 – November 17 to 27, 2022

Info: https://www.maisontheatre.com/spectacle/tonne-de-briques/

A true look behind the scenes, Tonne de briques is a large playground where a mother, father and daughter have fun transposing their own roles to create a play. Between fiction and documentary, the play blurs the boundary between reality and imagination. Real life becomes theatre and this family reveals the sometimes chaotic beauty of the bonds that unite its members.

ROCK, FEMINISM AND POETRY: A BURSTING AUTUMN AT MAISON THÉÂTRE

LE POTAGER

Le Petit Théâtre de Sherbrooke

2 to 7 years old – October 1 to 16, 2022

Info: https://www.maisontheatre.com/spectacle/le-potager/

A rock concert for toddlers conceived of by Karine Sauvé and Érika Tremblay-RoyLe Potager features a greenhouse on stage in which a singer, a guitarist and a drummer are gradually revealed. Children let themselves be won over by the music that can be downloaded before or after the show.

CELLE QUI MARCHE LOIN

Ombre Folles and Cie du RoiZIZO

10 to 14 years old – October 19 to 30, 2022

Info: https://www.maisontheatre.com/spectacle/celle-qui-marche-loin/

International co-production, Ombres Folles and the Cie du RoiZIZO present this resolutely feminist theatre show. They invite the public to go back in time to the 1800s to discover the story of Marie Iowa Dorion, a pioneer and forgotten heroine. 

LETTRES DE LA VILLE-PEINTURE

Valise Théâtre

3 to 7 years old – November 9 to 13, 2022

Info: https://www.maisontheatre.com/spectacle/lettres-de-la-ville-peinture/

An intimate, poetic and playful show, Lettres de la ville peinture is a work by Arash Badrtalei and Mojtaba Moaf. The play was supported by the program The Chambre d’amies, which aims to support the next generation and diversity in theatre for young audiences.

TWO SHOWS DURING THE HOLIDAY SEASON

ATTENTION: FRAGILE

Samsara Theatre and The Back Stage

5 to 10 years old – November 30 to December 20, 2022

Info: https://www.maisontheatre.com/spectacle/attention-fragile/

The two characters of Attention: Fragile will once again be delivered all packed on the stage of the Maison Théâtre. It’s the return of the first man and woman to the age of online shopping! Clownish theatre that deals with overconsumption. 

ARCHIPELAGO

L’Illusion, Puppet Theatre

3 to 6 years old – December 27, 2022 to January 8, 2023

Info: https://www.maisontheatre.com/spectacle/archipel/

L’illusion, Théâtre de marionnettes, presents its new show Archipel. In this delicate and poetic tale, flesh-and-blood characters and a constellation of inventive puppets mingle.

The full 2022-2023 program is available at maisontheatre.com

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