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“Logically, there are some species that are meant to live alone and should never meet face to face. But our territory is too small, our numbers too great, our incompatibilities too common, and dark and deserted times and places too plentiful to leave any room for logic.” Bernard-Marie Koltès

NAC Co-production

** Please note, seats are not assigned for this performance. Spectators will sit on stage on two sets of bleachers, with the set in the centre.**


An astonishing verbal sparring match between a dealer and a client, in which poetic flashes alternate and intersect with mere trivialities. An intense exchange, a struggle of power and desire. A ferocious encounter between dog and wolf.


Press clippings

Available only in French

Le Devoir, 26 janvier 2018

La Presse, 29 janvier 2018


Performance is approximately 1 hour and 10 minutes with no intermission.

video: Teaser
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  • Written by Bernard-Marie Koltès
  • Directed by Brigitte Haentjens
  • With Hugues Frenette and Sébastien Ricard
  • Assistant director Jean Gaudreau
  • Dramaturg Mélanie Dumont
  • Set design Anick La Bissonnière
  • Lighting Alexandre Pilon-Guay
  • Music Bernard Falaise
  • Costumes Julie Charland
  • Makeup Angelo Barsetti
  • Sound Frédéric Auger
  • Technic direction Jérémi Guilbault-Asselin
  • Production direction Sébastien Béland
  • Administrative direction Xavier Inchauspé
  • Production Sibyllines
  • Co-production NAC French Theatre