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Mark Lawes | La Trilogie Supernova

Mark Lawes | La Trilogie Supernova

March 22, 2019
Usine C 1345, ave Lalonde, Près du Métro Beaudry
26$


In this three-part work, Mark Lawes becomes a sociological detective searching for a multi-disciplinary stage language that delves into our society’s schizophrenic consciousness. At the outset, preoccupied by the growing use of technologies and its impact on our behaviour and our relationships, he merges the worlds of dance, philosophy, pop-rock music, ready-made installation and video in a vast construction site of possible futures. The trilogy follows the cycle of the life of a star and a possible reconciliation with our pre-apocalyptic world.

→ Founded by Mark Lawes in Calgary, Theatre Junction is a space for multidisciplinary experimentation dedicated to the creation and dis- semination of contemporary performances. Trilogy Supernova, was developed in residencies at Usine C, Théâtre Koreja (Italy), Carré Colonnes (France), as well as at Théâtre 140 (Belgium).

Thursday, March 21
Volet 3 (1 h)
Friday, March 22 + Saturday, March 23
Integral (3 h with intermission)

CLEAN SLATE

CLEAN SLATE

March 22, 2019
La Chapelle Scènes Contemporaines 3700 Saint-Dominique
18.5$

Written by Catherine Chabot | Translated by Jennie Herbin

Directed by Leslie Baker

 

Talisman Theatre Production

March 18th to 30th 2019 | At
La Chapelle, Scènes Contemporaines
Box office: 514 843-7738 | lachapelle.org









An all-woman
cast tackles contemporary femininity in Talisman’s Clean Slate


In Clean Slate six friends
gather to celebrate life, and death in a brave, messy, and above all authentic
portrait of millennial sisterhood. This examination of young women reclaiming
their sexuality is a celebration of Montreal’s emerging talent and makes Clean Slate a play to watch out for in
2019.



 

Talisman Theatre’s March 2019 production of Clean Slate is a translation of
Catherine Chabot’s award-winning play Table
rase, first presented in 2014 at and since reprised twice due to popular
demand. Chabot is a graduate of the Conservatory of Dramatic Arts in Montreal,
and is winner of Best Text from the Quebec Association of Theatre Critics for Table rase (AQCT/2016).



 

“How do we make meaning of our lives? How do
young women express their sexuality? What is the value of community and
friendship in our digitized world?  These
questions draw me into the world of Clean
Slate: a visceral and raw examination of life, friendship, personal choice,
sexual expression and the creation of a meaningful life.” -Leslie Baker, Director of Clean Slate

 

Talisman Theatre was founded in 2005 by
National Theatre School graduates Lyne Paquette and Emma Tibaldo. Guided by
Artistic and Executive Director Lyne Paquette, its mission is to produce
professional English-language premieres of contemporary Quebec plays. Talisman
Theatre is funded by Canada Council for the Arts, Conseil des arts et du
lettres du Quebec, and Conseil des arts de Montreal.





Cast : Cleopatra Boudreau, Rebecca Gibian,
Michelle Langlois Fequet,
Gita Miller, Kathleen Stavert and Julie
Trepanier



 

Director Leslie Baker | Set Design Peter Bottazzi | Costume Design Sophie El Assaad | Lighting Design Cédric Delorme-Bouchard | Sound Design Peter Cerone | Stage Manager Isabel Faia | Assistant Director Katey Wattam




Exhibition - Paris on Display: 18th-Century Boutiques

Exhibition - Paris on Display: 18th-Century Boutiques

April 25, 2018 - March 24, 2019
Musée Stewart 20, chemin Tour-de-l’Isle, Parc Jean-Drapeau
14.5$

From April 25 to March 24



Take a unique
journey
 to the heart of the French capital in the
18th-century, a flourishing commercial hub. Visit three of the main
districts
 and discover the fashionable boutiques of
the period, some of them famous for their prestigious clients: Madame de
Pompadour and Louis XV.



 

Almost 400
18th-century French artefacts
 from the Stewart Museum's outstanding
collection have been assembled to showcase the luxury and variety of
products offered by Parisian merchants. The exhibition also features a virtual
reality
 experience that will immerse you in this city of contrasts and
poetry.

Marché Jean-Talon

Marché Jean-Talon

farmers market, category-mustdo, market
free
In the heart of Little Italy, the Jean-Talon Market is one of the oldest public markets in Montréal. When it originally opened in May of 1933, it was named “Marché du Nord” (north-end market) before becoming the Jean-Talon Market, named in honour of the first Intendant of New France.

The Jean-Talon Market is known for its numerous local fruit and vegetable vendors as well as the cultural diversity of its shopkeepers. It is one of the largest public markets in North America and its atmosphere is lively in both summer and winter. It’s like a little village, a place where families have gathered and generations have grown, merchants and customers alike.

At the Jean-Talon Market, you won’t just find fruits and vegetables, but also flowers, spices, oils, cheese, meat, fish and artisanal bakery goods, in addition to a wide selection of regional products from all over Québec!
La Boite Aux Huîtres

La Boite Aux Huîtres

Street Vendors, Seafood Markets, Seafood
La Boîte Aux Huîtres

La Boîte Aux Huîtres

Street Vendors, Seafood Markets, Seafood
Verger Lacroix

Verger Lacroix

Farmers Market
Poissonnerie Odessa

Poissonnerie Odessa

Marchés aux fruits de mer
Marché aux Puces St-Michel

Marché aux Puces St-Michel

Flea Markets
Fripe-Prix Renaissance

Fripe-Prix Renaissance

Used, Vintage & Consignment, Flea Markets
Osheaga

Osheaga

Festivals
Olly Fresco's

Olly Fresco's

restaurant végétarien, seafood markets
Seafood Markets
Bouffons Montreal

Bouffons Montreal

Food Trucks, Festival
Montreal Mega Reuse Center

Montreal Mega Reuse Center

Antiquités, Magasin de meuble, Marché aux puces, Magasin d'occasion
Marche aux Puces Metropolitain

Marche aux Puces Metropolitain

Marché aux puces
Le Grand PoutineFest Laval

Le Grand PoutineFest Laval

May 26, 2016
free

LE GRAND POUTINEFEST DÉBARQUE POUR LA PREMIÈRE FOIS À LAVAL

Après un énorme succès l'an dernier au Vieux­Port de Montréal, le Grand Poutinefest s'installe à Laval pour la toute première fois. Les gens de la région auront droit aux meilleures spécialités culinaires dignes des plus grands chefs poutiniers québécois. C'est lors des deux dernières fins de semaine de mai que des milliers de visiteurs fouleront le sol de la Place Montmorency en quête de plaisirs gourmands. Choses que les chefs les plus renommés en la matière sauront leurs offrir. C'est un rendez­-vous où découvertes et saveurs sont synonymes d'expérience hors du commun.

Lors du Grand PoutineFest, c'est vingt chefs québécois qui rivalisent de talent pour faire découvrir plus de 40 variétés de poutine aux amateurs présents. Du 26 au 29 mai prochain, on révolutionne la «bouffe de rue», l'art gastronomique revisité où homard, foie gras et canard se marient avec perfection avec le trio «fromage, patates frites & sauce barbecue ». On y offre entre autre la poutine «Pâté chinois» de chez Planète Poutine, la poutine «Grilled cheese» de chez Heart attack ou encore les classiques du restaurant L'Gros Luxe.Un rendez­vous gastronomique où autant les amateurs que les épicuriens y trouveront leur compte.

 

À propos des Productions Festco

Les Productions Festco s'imposent parmi les plus grands organisateurs et producteurs d'événements culinaires au Québec. L'organisation s'implique aussi dans la communauté et permettra à la Fondation des Loups de Laval de toucher une partie des fonds récoltés en mai.

La Fondation des Loups de Laval a pour but de promouvoir et de supporter les activités sportives et l'encadrement du football scolaire à l'école Curé Antoine Labelle ainsi qu'à l'école Poly­Jeunesse de la Commission scolaire de Laval.

Entrée gratuite pour tous !

Dates des événements à venir

 

 

#LeGrandPoutinefest :


Laval 26 mai de  17h à 21h , du 27 au 29 Mai 11h à 23h

Place (Métro) Montmorency au 1900 rue Jacques Tétreault

Montréal 23 juin de 17h à 21h, du 21h au 26 juin 11h à 23h 

Quai de l'horloge dans le Vieux­Port de Montréal

Québec du 11 au 14 août ­ À confirmer 

Sherbrooke du 1 au 5 septembre ­ À confirmer