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In Romeo and Juliet, it takes the death of two young children for the adults to acknowledge the blind hatred that drives them. It’s sobering to realize that today, children everywhere on the planet are still the victims of our quarrels and wars. Jacqueline Gosselin


Falling in love: so love is a fall? Sometimes. And it can be fatal! Think of Romeo and Juliet: two warring families pitted against two determined teenagers with loving hearts.

DynamO Théâtre shakes up the classic tale, incorporating acrobatics, swordfights, juggling, and a rotating set. Four actors play all the parts and comment on the action; Shakespeare himself is invited to speak. Can the inevitable be avoided? All we know is that if we’re going to reinvent the story, we have to find a way to overcome the power of hate.

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7 Apr

  • 3:00 PM Post-Show Chat

8 Apr

  • 3:00 PM


Performance is approximately 55 minutes with no intermission.

video: Et si Roméo & Juliette...
Et si Roméo & Juliette...
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© Guy-Carl Dubé


  • Concept and direction by Jackie Gosselin
  • With Rosalie Dell’Aniello, Marie Fannie Guay, Marc-André Poliquin and Rémy Savard
  • Assistant director Audrey Blouin
  • Stage manager Marie-Chantal Bonin
  • Dramaturg Kim Selody
  • Sets and costumes Pierre-Étienne Locas
  • Lighting Martin Sirois
  • Music and sound Pierre Guy Blanchard
  • Makeup Suzanne Trépanier
  • Fight coach Jean-François Gagnon
  • Acrobatics coach Hugues Sarra-Bournet
  • Voice Marie-Lise Hétu
  • Voice over Lucien Bergeron
  • Creation team Rosalie Dell’Aniello, Marie Fannie Guay, Marc-André Poliquin, Dominic St-Laurent and Catherine St-Martin
  • Production collaborator Josée Fontaine Rubi
  • Illustration Sébastien Thibault
  • Production DynamO Théâtre
  • With support from ’Espace Théâtre Muni-Spec (Mont-Laurier), La TOHU, La Maison de la culture Mercier and Théâtre de la Ville (Longueuil)