Hosanna

Tableau D'Hôte Theatre

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When Hosanna, aka Claude Lemieux, returns home in tears from a Halloween party, the Cleopatra impersonator is forced to face her own illusions of identity and the insecurities that envelop her.

Hosanna, alias Claude Lemieux, croit réaliser le rêve de sa vie en se transformant en « Cléôpatre ». Au retour d’un party d'Halloween, elle est forcée à confronter ses propres illusions et vérités.

By Michel Tremblay
Translated by John Van Burek & Bill Glassco
Directed by Mike Payette
Starring Eloi ArchamBaudoin & Davide Chiazzese

Set Design by Lara Kaluza
Lighting Design by Audrey-Anne Bouchard
Costume Design by Noémi Poulin
Composer: Rob Denton
Photo credit: Jaclyn Turner

HORAIRE / SCHEDULE

  • Mardi 17 Mars 2015 / 20:00
  • Mercredi 18 Mars 2015 / 20:00
  • Jeudi 19 Mars 2015 / 20:00
  • Vendredi 20 Mars 2015 / 20:00
  • Samedi 21 Mars 2015 / 20:00
  • Dimanche 22 Mars 2015 / 14:00
  • Mercredi 25 Mars 2015 / 20:00
  • Jeudi 26 Mars 2015 / 20:00
  • Vendredi 27 Mars 2015 / 20:00
  • Samedi 28 Mars 2015 / 20:00
  • Dimanche 29 Mars 2015 / 14:00

100 minutes
Pour âges / For ages 16+
Retardataires / Latecomers : 100 minutes

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