Playwright: Emma Haché © Shin Sugino
Francophone Theatre Lecture
  • Written by Emma Haché
  • Produced by Théâtre du Vent debout

Johnny is about denial—a profound denial that isolates a couple and freezes the partners in time. A time they try to hold back, but that forces them in spite of themselves to the breaking point. Johnny is Juliette and Bernard’s adopted son. Johnny is also the abyss of love that gradually drives them apart. Moving backwards, the play retraces the path of this denial and the couple’s transformation.

With Johnny, Emma Haché continues the reflection she began with L’Intimité, Wolfe et Exercices de l’oubli, about a couple that evolves in time and memory.

Emma Haché is an Acadian writer and director. She has written more than 20 plays, and is also a poet and screenwriter. Since 2019, she has been the artistic director of Théâtre du Vent debout. She is a member of the Centre des auteurs dramatiques (CEAD), and her work is published by Lansman. Emma Haché was also the National Arts Centre French Theatre’s Associate Artist from 2008 to 2012.

Playwright: Emma Haché © Shin Sugino

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  • Written by Emma Haché
  • Produced by Théâtre du Vent debout
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