Gabriel Robichaud

Marianne Duval

  • Written by Gabriel Robichaud

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In a small, isolated village near an unknown border, a newcomer disrupts the status quo when she decides to buy an old bar. Into the bizarre setting of this unusual place, with its two cemeteries and steeple-less church with a somehow malevolent aura, the young woman arrives and tries to fit in. But not just anyone is welcome here, and she soon faces a terrible dilemma: whether to give life to the village, or death.

This script was given a public reading at the Festival à haute voix in Moncton in April 2017, and will be produced by théâtre l’Escaouette and Théâtre de la Vieille 17 during their 2018–19 season.

Credits

  • théâtre l’Escaouette (New Brunswick)
  • in coproduction with le Théâtre de la Vieille 17 (Ontario)

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Text: Gabriel Robichaud

Artistic direction: Marcia Babineau et Esther Beauchemin

Reading: Robert Marinier

Cast: Roch Castonguay, Sébastien Lajoie, Marc Lamontagne, Annick Landry et Diane Losier

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