The 3rd Annual MainLine Gala for Student Theatre!

MainLine Theatre & The Factory Line

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MainLine Theatre and The Factory Line collective Present:

''Carrelage'' écrite et mise en scène par Sophie Daunais-Ouimet, assistée par Myriam Fugère (UQÀM)

''If Phones Could Talk'' written and directed by Alyssa Harms-Wiebe

''The Carrier Pigeon Play'' (Fourteen to Never Theatre Company) written by Julie Foster, directed by Michelle Soicher (Concordia University)

''Solstices'' écrite et mise en scène par Laurie Murphy, assistée par Florence Rainville, (Cegep Saint-Laurent)

14 - 15 février/February @ 20h00
16 février/February @ 14h00 & 20h00

12$

Tickets on sale now!
514-849-3378
www.mainlinetheatre.ca

Important note / Note importante:
Une partie du profit de la porte ira dans les poches de chaque équipe! A share of the door's profit goes in the pockets of the production teams!

HORAIRE / SCHEDULE

  • Thursday 14 February 2013 / 20:00
  • Friday 15 February 2013 / 20:00
  • Saturday 16 February 2013 / 14:00
  • Saturday 16 February 2013 / 20:00

120 minutes
Pas de retardataires / No latecomers

Coming Soon

See the sensational play that sparked an international phenomenon. MainLine Theatre presents Richard O'Brien's musical-theatre masterpiece as camp sic-fi meets sexual exploration, glam-rock, and sensual daydreams to treasure forever. Experience #RockyMainLine up-close-and-personal in an intimate experience with a full live cast, band and dancers!!!

Annie Wilkes is Paul Sheldon’s #1 Fan. She’s read every single one of his novels, and she can hardly wait for his latest masterpiece, Misery’s Child, to make it to the newsstand. So when Paul happens to wreck his car near her remote Colorado town, Annie is only too eager to nurse her hero back to health. After all, Annie is sure Paul still has one more great novel left in him, and she will do everything in her power to make things right. Even if it kills them.

Soizick Hébert ​& ​ Frédérick Desroches: The concert of that madcap eccentric Jackie changes direction when the crazy Diva and ukulele player, realised she gets Edgar, as the insipid back up pianist. Edgar is discouraged the way music goes. Jackie uses her mimics, juggling or magic skills to bring the various repertoire, which travel from crooner songs to hip hop dance as well as original pieces, to a parade of brief, funny and punched sketches to perturb him. The hectic and tense ambiance between Jackie & Edgar brings hilarity all the way through the show. Avec/with: Soizick Hébert, Frédérick Desroches.